#73 | Re:co Podcast – Carlos Brando and Veronica Herlina on Scaling Local Action for Global Sustainability Results (S5, Ep. 3)

This podcast is brought to you with the support of Today, we’re very happy to present the third episode of the “The Role of Innovation and Technical Advancement,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. This session explored and evaluated advances in innovation positioned to make an impact within our industry as we …

#72 | Re:co Podcast – Vera Espindola Rafael on Markets in Producing Countries (S4, Ep. 2)

This podcast is brought to you with the support of Today, we’re very happy to present the second episode of “Growing Consumption: Letting Go of Sameness,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. We’ve grown accustomed to specialty coffee consumption growing at a fast pace, but some signs indicate it may be slowing. …

#71 | Re:co Podcast – Phyllis Johnson and Keba Konte on Letting Go of Sameness (S4, Ep. 1)

This podcast is brought to you with the support of Today, we’re very happy to present the first episode of “Growing Consumption: Letting Go of Sameness,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. We’ve grown accustomed to specialty coffee consumption growing at a fast pace, but some signs indicate it may be slowing. …

#70 | Re:co Podcast – Greg Lowe on Financing Resilience (S3, Ep. 5)

This podcast is brought to you with support from Today, we’re very happy to present the fifth and final episode of “Value Chains: Transparency and Market Linkages,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. Acknowledging that this isn’t the first coffee price crisis, this session brought leaders together to ask: How successful were …

#69 | Re:co Podcast – Ellen Jordan Reidy on Quality Foundations for Success (S3, Ep. 4)

 This podcast is brought to you with the support of Today, we’re very happy to present the fourth episode of “Value Chains: Transparency and Market Linkages,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. Acknowledging that this isn’t the first coffee price crisis, this session brought leaders together to ask: How successful were …

#68 | Re:co Podcast – Ted Fischer on Coffee and Values (S3, Ep. 3)

This podcast is brought to you with the support of Today, we’re very happy to present the third episode of “Value Chains: Transparency and Market Linkages,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. Acknowledging that this isn’t the first coffee price crisis, this session brought leaders together to ask: How successful were the …

#66 | Re:co Podcast – Michelle Johnson on An Exploration of a Sustainable Value Chain (S3, Ep. 2)

This podcast is brought to you with the support of Today, we’re very happy to present the second episode of “Value Chains: Transparency and Market Linkages,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. Acknowledging that this isn’t the first coffee price crisis, this session brought leaders together to ask: How successful were the …

#65 | Re:co Podcast – Andrea Olivar on The Coffee Barometer and Its Relevance to the Specialty Sector (S3, Ep. 1)

This podcast is brought to you with the support of Today, we’re very happy to present the first episode of “Value Chains: Transparency and Market Linkages,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. Acknowledging that this isn’t the first coffee price crisis, this session brought leaders together to ask: How successful were the …

#64 | Re:co Podcast – David Browning on Using Technology to Help Smallholder Farmers (S2, Ep. 5)

Today, we’re very happy to present the fifth episode of “Cost of Production and Profitability for Coffee Producers,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. Buyers and producers alike need to understand what it takes to produce specialty coffee so that it can be produced sustainably, so we convened experts to ask: Do …

#63 | Re:co Podcast – Danielle Knueppel and Enrique Magaña on Profitability from the Ground Up (S2, Ep. 4)

Today, we’re very happy to present the fourth episode of “Cost of Production and Profitability for Coffee Producers,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. Buyers and producers alike need to understand what it takes to produce specialty coffee so that it can be produced sustainably, so we convened experts to ask: Do …