The VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has successfully used cellular agriculture to create coffee cells in a bioreactor. Read More
Research conducted by American finance advisor SavingSpot has examined the average cost of consuming coffee in 104 countries and found that South Korea was the most expensive, with the average price of coffee costing US$7.77. Read More
A study led by American based Rutgers University has predicted that COVID-19’s socio-economic effects will likely cause a severe production crisis within the coffee industry. Read More
When Sasa Sestic first introduced carbonic maceration (CM) to the global coffee community on the 2015 World Barista Championship (WBC) stage, the industry saw the value the new processing method could offer in terms of taste and coffee quality. CM sees farmers ferment coffee in a controlled setting, allowing them to bring out complex flavours and ensure greater consistency.