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#12 | July 2, 2020 Recap: Recent Developments in Coffee

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This week on Recap: The first-ever Ethiopian Cup of Excellence auction broke the record for total auction sales, raising US$1,248,690 across 28 lots; The Standard reports that coffee farmers in Kenya have uprooted their trees in protest of poor earnings; a new study published in Global Change Biology suggests that Robusta is far more sensitive to temperature than previously thought; World Coffee Research announced four global priorities for their work after conducting a global consultation.

Learn more about this episode of Recap, made possible with the support of DaVinci, including a full transcript and links for further reading at sca.coffee/sca-news/recap/12/july-2-2020

This week on Recap: The first-ever Ethiopian Cup of Excellence auction broke the record for total auction sales, raising US$1,248,690 across 28 lots; The Standard reports that coffee farmers in Kenya have uprooted their trees in protest of poor earnings; a new study published in Global Change Biology suggests that Robusta is far more sensitive to temperature than previously thought; World Coffee Research announced four global priorities for their work after conducting a global consultation.

Learn more about this episode of Recap, made possible with the support of DaVinci, including a full transcript and links for further reading at sca.coffee/sca-news/recap/12/july-2-2020

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