Cafe de MexicoCoffee was first introduced in Mexico in the 18th century by the Spaniards who brought plants from Cuba and the Dominican Republic and was made commercially viable by European immigrants from moved to Mexico from Central America. Today, like many other Central and South American countries, Mexico is gaining new attention for its single origin, Fair-Trade and organic coffees. Some of this is due to the Mexican Coffee Council, which has been working to increase Mexican coffee’s reputation by implementing an official quality certification program. Mexico was one of the very earliest countries to partake in the Fair Trade movement and today it is considered the largest producer of organic coffees. Both conventional and organic coffee in Mexico is grown by small farmers in the southern most states of Chiapas and Oaxaca. Majority of the farmers involved in growing coffee are indigenous people. Please check our offering for some new stock of Mexico FLO FT Organic and Mexico HG EP.

As a traditionally tea-drinking nation, China has in recent years displayed a raging thirst for freshly roasted ground coffee, turning it into one of the fastest growing markets. According to a report by the International Coffee Organization last year, growth of production and consumption of coffee in China has been in the double digits over the past few years, with consumption rising 16 per cent a year over the past decade. Imports of coffee have also grown significantly: 1.4 million bags entered the country from 2013 to 2014 compared with 418,000 from 2004 to 2005.
Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk

Black Coffee White CupDrinking coffee, tea or chocolate does not appear to cause heart palpitations, heart fluttering and other out-of-sync heartbeat patterns, researchers reported Tuesday. The report challenges a widely held belief that caffeinated drinks cause irregular heart rhythms that can lead to heart failure or dangerous heart rhythm disorders and is another vindication for coffee as a safe drink.  It might be time for doctors to lighten up on coffee, says Dr. Gregory Marcus, a cardiologist at the University of California San Francisco, who led the study.
Read more: http://www.nbcnews.com/health/

Coffee is often depicted as the poster child for the fair trade movement, which seeks to improve the social and environmental standards of a range of commodities. And the spectrum of stickers on a bag of coffee beans today are symbols for just how complex fair trade efforts have become.
“Fair trade is acting in a marketplace that is largely disconnected, anonymous, sort of faceless and consequently a lot of bad things happen,” said Rodney North, director of marketing and external relations at Fairtrade America, in an interview with Devex.
Read more: https://www.devex.com/news/can-fair-trade-create-a-more-sustainable-coffee-economy

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