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Sustainable Initiatives with Role Model Coop Capucas, Honduras
These initiatives enable small-scale farmers to secure higher returns, access modern equipment, and build long-term relationships with coffee buyers.
Mayorga Coffee Competing at the World Coffee Championship
We'll kick off our journey to the world stage with an Instagram Live on Thursday, 6/13 at 6pm EST.
Mayorga Coffee’s Eduardo Choza Wins US Roaster Championship 2024: Exclusive Interview
Last weekend at the Specialty Coffee Association Expo (SCA) 2024 in Chicago, our Director of Coffee, Eduardo Choza, triumphed in the prestigious US Coffee Roasters Championship, securing the title as the nation’s top roaster.
Relationships Are About More than Just Paying a Good Price for Specialty Coffee
A holistic approach focused on healthy, stable, long-term trading relationships will support and empower smallholder coffee farmers to invest and improve in the long term.
Does Coffee Contain Toxins?
A food safety expert discusses the relationship between mold, mycotoxins, and the coffee in your kitchen cupboard.
Let's celebrate all things Latin America!
Welcome to the Orgullo Latino publication. This is where we’ll be sharing news, information, and general stories highlighting all beauty and positivity that our people, communities, and countries in and from Latin America have to offer.
Coffee... An Industry Built on Colonialism and Slavery
Coffee originated in Africa before making its way to Asia and Latin America. How did it travel so far? Through colonization and slave trade.
Cooperative Farming: Strength in Numbers
Good friends are an invaluable commodity when size isn't on your side. Often, many small Latin American coffee farmers rely on 'good friends' or cooperative farming to give them a fighting chance.