Bob-o-Link, Rancho Dantas or Bobilon: you have noticed that FAF Coffees keep a prominent place in our offer, year after year. Because they're good. And because their vision of a different Brazil continues to inspire us.
Vera Baier is Head of Impact and Communications at FAF Coffees. We took the opportunity of her visit to talk with her.
August is not just synonymous with holidays. It's also the peak of the harvest in Brazil, from where our Purchasing Director Sébastien Lafaye has just returned.
As we wait for the results of the Flower Corridors project, which we carried out in Colombia with Sudus and De'Longhi, I wondered about the impact of pollinators on coffee production, as acknowledged in the scientific literature. If we are convinced of their benefits, how beneficial are pollinators?
Have you ever wondered how a coffee nursery works? In this article, we’ll explain what is a coffee nursery, and how does it works, step by steps, following the example of Habtamu Abebe and his farm, Matapa Michiti, in Ethiopia.
How is the market faring? The current situation in Brazil gives us some indications for the next two years.
With the evolution of price premiums on the coffee market price, it appears that a fall in prices is taking hold.
Have you ever heard that coffee is available all year round in Colombia? While in the vast majority of coffee-producing countries there is only one harvest per year, the situation in Colombia is special!
In some regions, there are several harvest periods a year. So it's fair to say that coffee in Colombia is available all year round. In varying quantities, but available!