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As part of the Australian Organic Awareness Month this September, we take a closer look at one of Colombian Supply Partners
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We get quite a few enquiries about how organic certification works, especially regarding importing coffee and quarantine requirements.
The US’s recent withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement has done nothing to soothe global anxieties about climate change’s pealing alarm bells. For members of the Specialty Coffee community, that tolling is a particularly urgent knell.
The subject of gender equality is increasingly acknowledged within the coffee industry in all aspects of the trade. As a result of this, we are seeing an increase in organisations supporting gender diverse trade and implementing projects aimed at recognizing and encouraging the participation of women within the international coffee community.
An update on 2012-13 outputs; the agricultural strike in Colombia comes to an end and dry weather in Costa Rica fuels roya spread.
Bennetts HQ received some international visitors last week, all the way from UTZ Certified HQ in The Netherlands!
The latest 2012/13 total production estimates from the ICO, a new development program to combat climate change, and weather conditions in South America.
In response to a recent decline in demand for Fairtrade Certified coffee, Bennetts take a look at what the system stands for and share our motivations behind supporting the certification program.
An update on 2013/14 crop year sentiments in the wake of a continual decline in the market price of coffee, Vietnam's lucky escape from super typhoon Haiyan, and the recent Let's Talk Roya event in El Salvador.
The little green frog of Rainforest Alliance is recognized around the world as a seal of certified environmental, social and economic sustainability.
The current situation in Nyeri, Kenya has lead the industry news this week, drawing particular attention from the specialty coffee sector.