Tiny Footprint Coffee: A Coffee Roaster with an Environmental Cause
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Tiny Footprint Coffee: A Coffee Roaster with an Environmental Cause

The global population today marks 7.8 billion. Many scientists predict that in 50 years, there will be a population boom to 9.8 billion. Although it will shrink to 8.8 billion by 2100, this is still not good news. The environment will likely suffer and scarcity good create havoc among those sharing the tight space. Is…

Pachamama Coffee Review: Redefining Cooperatives in Coffee
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Pachamama Coffee Review: Redefining Cooperatives in Coffee

The coffee farmers behind the success of Pachamama are bold and fearless. With the commodity price for coffee recently as low as $0.50 per pound, the third generation of coffee farms is dwindling and specialty coffee cultivation is not presently profitable to small farmers. As a result, farmers in Peru made the impossible possible by…

Why Happy Cup Coffee Invests in Their Community and You Should Too
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Why Happy Cup Coffee Invests in Their Community and You Should Too

This pandemic has taught people to rethink their choices and goals for the future. If you’re starting to write your bucket list of brands to support in a post-coronavirus world, then you may want to consider buying from Happy Cup Coffee, from Portland, Oregon. for post-lockdown coffee consumption. We’ve reviewed what we think are the…

Portland Roasting Company Review: How Sustainability and Coffee Make Connections
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Portland Roasting Company Review: How Sustainability and Coffee Make Connections

While most roasters claim to sell only the best coffee from regions where coffee plant cultivation is rich and abundant. In the case of PORTLAND COFFEE ROASTERS (formerly known as Portland Roasting Company), it’s all about building sustainable relationships and connections. Is this marketing propaganda or smart business?   Definitely a little of both. In…