Starbucks traceability

Starbucks takes huge step in traceability

Starbucks’ new Digital Traceability tool transforms each bag of coffee beans into a digital passport, launching coffee drinkers on a virtual expedition to meet farmers, roasters, and baristas, and to explore coffee-growing regions around the world.
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coffee blockchain

BeanLedger improves coffee traceability with blockchain

BeanLedger is using Blockchain to improve traceability throughout the coffee industry, and People of Coffee is leading the charge to support it. When Amelia Franklin entered the coffee industry in 2006, she did so because she viewed it as an opportunity to make a living while making a positive contribution.  She operated as Amelia Franklin Coffee Roaster for 12 years, and in 2018, began the company’s transition to People of Coffee in Bellingen, New South Wales, to better reflect its community values. 
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Ever Meister Knowledge Talks

Ever Meister discusses traceability and marketing at Knowledge Talks

Ever Meister, Managing Editor of Cafe Imports, has wrapped up the 13th instalment of Toby’s Estate Knowledge Talks. Meister travelled to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth from 27 March to 2 April to talk about traceability, its relationship to quality and price, and the ethics of sharing producers’ information.
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Ever Meister

Book tickets to see Ever Meister at Knowledge Talks

Ever Meister, Managing Editor of Cafe Imports, will present at Toby’s Estate Knowledge Talks from 27 March to 2 April in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth. Meister will present on traceability within the specialty coffee industry – what it means, how it happens, why it matters, what’s so tough about it, and what the future looks like.
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