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Freight and Logistics in the Coffee Sector

Freight and Logistics in the Coffee Sector

Logistics & challenges for shipping coffee Before they are roasted, ground, and brewed, green coffee beans are exported from producing regions around the world, and generally travel by sea freight in shipping containers. When green coffee is shipped, time is of the...

How have world events affected global shipping & logistics?

In the past 18 months, a number of events have affected global shipping, not least of which was the Covid-19 pandemic. Even today, some ports are closed or operating at limited capacity because of the novel coronavirus. Earlier in the year, the Chinese port of Yantian...

Camilo Marizalde, and the Santuario Project in Mexico

Coffee has been grown in Mexico since the 18th century, and is today cultivated across an estimated 700,000ha of farmland. However, as in many origin countries, a significant number of smallholder coffee farmers in Mexico struggle to drive up the quality of their crop...

Mexican coffee production

While coffee is grown in as many as 12 states in Mexico, Chiapas, Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Puebla are the most prominent. Mexican coffee is harvested between November and March, with popular coffee varieties including Typica, Bourbon, Caturra, Mundo Novo, Maragogipe,...

Luke Terrey interview

Luke Terrey interview

Meet the team: Luke Terrey We know that sourcing the high-quality coffee we do simply wouldn’t be possible without the skills and hard work of our team. That’s why we’re kicking off a new series of articles where readers can meet our team members, learn more about...

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