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Links 10 31 16

Here’s a few more for your reading enjoyment. Have a great week & a safe Halloween!

Coffee prices have been rising as stocks deplete and demand grows (Bloomberg)

Millennials are driving the high demand for coffee (Bloomberg)

Adult Coffee Art Latte Competition in Vancouver (Roast)

Coffee brewing techniques for all your outdoor adventures (Perfect Daily Grind)

At a coffee Halloween party (Sprudge)

Halloween Latte Art – Cool! (Sprudge)

Coffee is Ok for heart attack patients

Boom in the number of US Coffee shops to continue (CoffeeTalk)

Stunning map shows all the river basins in the US (Daily Mail – UK)

 

2016 New Year’s Coffee Links

Happy New Year 2016! We start a new year, a little fresher, perhaps reminiscent. Wherever we are today, one thing is for sure: last year is over. Welcome New Year, and may it bring the best to all of us.

I’ve been able to do some reading over the holidays in between family, and odd bits of work that cropped up. Here are some that I feel worthy of your attention:

Ethical Coffee

Modern Slavery in the Coffeelands

This eight part series by Michael Sheridan investigates Brazils efforts to reduce slavery in agriculture. A must read.

Three Reasons Why You Should Drink Direct Market Coffee From the vault…

Equity for Coffee Farmers via Fortune

Odds & Ends

A Photo Journey to La Revancha Estate

A Coffee Bar Recording Studio in Brooklyn Via Sprudge: A Coffee Loving Musicians dream studio

Dating a Coffee Lover 5 Things You Need to Know Lots of good info on what makes your coffee loving significant other tick. Via: Perfect Daily Grind

The Rise of the Robot Barista: Fact or Fiction

Ports of Long Beach & Los Angeles Seek Expanded Latin Trade

Coffee crisis to hit within three years as finer tastes lead to shortage

Best wishes for a truly happy and prosperous 2016!