Today on the podcast we’re sharing the audio from an interactive webinar we hosted last week, part of our series on the Coffee Price Crisis.
SCA board member Vera Espindola Rafael and Fairtrade International’s Peter Kettler joined Vicente Partida for a discussion on issues related to farmer incomes, the work of Fairtrade, and research being conducted on costs of production. Vera and Peter also took questions from the audience.
After listening to this podcast, if you’re interested in learning more about the work that the staff and volunteers of the SCA’s price crisis team have been working on, please visit sca.coffee/pricecrisis.
- Watch the video of this webinar on YouTube
- Download Fairtrade’s Living Income Strategy document (PDF)
- Learn more about SCA’s Price Crisis Response Initiative
About Petter Ketler
Peter Kettler brings over 25 years specialty coffee experience, across manufacturing, retail, trading and finance, with Stone Creek, Holland Coffee, Taylor Maid Farms, Coffee Kids, Wolthers Douque, and Trilliant Foods. In 2004, he also founded Radio Lifeline, a service to help remote farmers at origin improve farming methods. In 2019, Peter joined Fairtrade International, as Senior Manager, Coffee.
What is the SCA doing about the coffee price crisis?
The SCA’s Price Crisis Response initiative, led by a team of staff and volunteers of the SCA’s Sustainability Center, is aimed at researching the crisis and providing recommendations for the specialty coffee industry. Over the past few months, the SCA has hosted a series of webinars and events to amplify the work being done in this field by individuals in the private sector, academia, producing countries, and others in the coffee community. To learn more about the initiative and to find links to articles, webinars, and additional resources on the topic, visit sca.coffee/pricecrisis.
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