In an effort to bolster community development and financial security, “El Grupo de Mujeres” in Chaucha, Ecuador, mobilizes local producers FROM STAFF REPORTS Chaucha, Ecuador, a small coffee-growing village in the Andes Mountains, provides a clear example of a very particular crisis the coffee industry is now starting to face: … Read more →
Women in Coffee
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With a focus on women networking and learning together, the inaugural Women Barista Connect event is the first of its kind in the world People in the specialty-coffee world as well those observing it seem to ask pretty frequently why we don’t have more women in leadership positions in our … Read more →
Café Imports is building relationships with female producer partners in Mexico in unique program One of the reasons Café Imports is so successful in its mission to source some of the best coffees on the planet is the green-coffee company’s willingness to take risks. In 2011, Café Imports green buyer … Read more →
By Emily McIntyre, The LAB Here at The LAB, we celebrate the passionate folks who make great beverages. This month, our focus turns to eight female roasters who are changing the landscape of specialty coffee, each in her own way. I had the chance to speak with them about their … Read more →
We’ve got three amazing women on the cover of the new issue of Barista Magazine, and I want to tell you why we did it. I spent a lot of time talking to Anna, Sarah and Laila about issues facing women in the coffee industry—the conclusions they came to were … Read more →