#60 | Re:co Podcast – Taya Brown on Supporting Smallholder Entry into the Specialty Coffee Market (S2, Ep. 1)

Today, we’re very happy to present the first 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 …

#59 | Re:co Podcast – Dr. Janina Grabs on Overcoming the Single Exit Fallacy (S1, Ep. 4)

Today, we’re very happy to present the fourth and final episode of “Macroeconomic Dysfunction in the Coffee Trade,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. This session convened experts to understand the functions and challenges of the coffee system responsible for the volatile shifts in the coffee market. If you haven’t listened to …

#58 | Re:co Podcast – Jeff Glassie on Prices and Antitrust Law: Where’s the Line? (S1, Ep. 3)

Today, we’re very happy to present the third episode of “Macroeconomic Dysfunction in the Coffee Trade,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. This session convened experts to understand the functions and challenges of the coffee system responsible for the volatile shifts in the coffee market. If you haven’t listened to the previous …

#57 | Re:co Podcast – Vanusia Nogueira on The World Coffee Producers Forum: What to Expect (S1, Ep. 2)

Today, we’re very happy to present the second episode of the “Macroeconomic Dysfunction in the Coffee Trade,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. This session convened experts to understand the functions and challenges of the coffee system responsible for the volatile shifts in the coffee market. If you haven’t listened to the …

#56 | Re:co Podcast – Ric Rhinehart on Coffee in Crisis: A Call and Response (S1, Ep. 1)

In his opening remarks at this year’s Re:co Symposium, Executive Director Emeritus Ric Rhinehart set the stage for two days of learning, collaborating, and acting to address the coffee price crisis with his “dire warning speech.” This talk has been a fixture at the event for the past ten years. Unfortunately, many of the things …

#55 | Re:co Podcast – Peter Roberts on Empowering Specialty Coffee to Look Beyond the “C” (S5, E2)

Today, we’re very happy to present the second 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 work to resolve the coffee price crisis. We are pleased …

#54 | Re:co Podcast – Hanna Neuschwander on Unlocking Coffee’s Flavor Code (S5, Ep. 1)

Today, we’re very happy to present the first episode of “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 work to resolve the coffee price crisis. How does a living …

#38: Re:co Podcast – The State and Future of The Business of Coffee (S6 E3)

Special Thanks to Toddy This talk from Re:co Seattle is supported by Toddy. For over 50 years, Toddy brand cold brew systems have delighted baristas, food critics, and regular folks alike. By extracting all the natural and delicious flavors of coffee and tea, Toddy Cold Brew Systems turn your favorite coffee beans and tea leaves …

#37: Re:co Podcast – Janice Anderson on The State and Future of the Business of Coffee (S6 E2)

Today, we’re very happy to present the second episode of “The State and Future of the Business of Coffee,” a session recorded at Re:co Symposium this past April. This session gathered business leaders in Specialty Coffee to discuss the ways that the specialty coffee trade has changed in the past decade, the challenges businesses face …

#36: Re:co Podcast – The State and Future of the Business of Coffee (S6 E1)

Today, we’re excited to release the first episode from “The State and Future of the Business of Coffee”, a session at Re:co Symposium last April. This session gathered business leaders in Specialty Coffee to discuss the ways that the specialty coffee trade has changed in the past decade, the challenges businesses face today, and how …