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Archive for April 2017

What affects the price of coffee?

What affects the price of coffee? Well, the simplest answer is supply and demand. Coffee is an agricultural commodity, and production changes will affect price. Simply put, lower production equals higher price while higher production equals lower price. Simple right? Well, it’s actually not so cut and dry, and over the last decade the complexities […]

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S&D Coffee & Tea Sponsors Re:co Fellowship Program for Third Year

As the sole sponsor, S&D reaffirms its commitment to the future of the specialty coffee industry CONCORD, N.C. – S&D Coffee & Tea continues its commitment to the specialty coffee industry by serving as the sole sponsor for the Re:co Fellowship program for the third consecutive year. The Fellowship program grants access to individuals who […]

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S&D Coffee & Tea Joins Sustainable Coffee Challenge’s Collective Action Network

Leading coffee roaster to work alongside industry partners such as Conservation International to source sustainable coffee CONCORD, N.C. – S&D Coffee & Tea has announced its participation in the “Sourcing Sustainable Coffee” Collective Action Network, part of the Sustainable Coffee Challenge. This Network encourages collaboration that will significantly advance the progress toward sustainable coffee production. […]

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Connecting with S&D at the 2017 Global Specialty Coffee Expo

Next week, members of the S&D team will be headed to Seattle for Re:co Symposium and the Global Specialty Coffee Expo (formerly the SCAA Expo). The Symposium and Expo are always great opportunities to connect with other members of our industry to discuss consumer trends, supply chain developments and the future of coffee ― and […]

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Judging, Competing and Connecting: An inside perspective on CoffeeFest Nashville

CoffeeFest Nashville 2017 marked a bunch of firsts for me. I had the absolute distinct honor to join the World Latte Art Open Judges panel with fellow champion Shroeder Hsieh [Tokyo 2015], owner of Milkglider University, Taipei City, Taiwan, and David Schomer of Espresso Vivace, one of the first developers of latte art in America. […]

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