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    A new Spanish-language manual promotes research-backed farm practices and disease management in a simplified format geared toward small family farmers. The manual, titled Guía para trabajo con familias productoras, was produced by researchers at the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE), with funding from World Coffee Research (WCR) and other partners.

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  • Exim and WCR

    World Coffee Research (WCR) and Eximware Inc. today announced a strategic partnership to advance WCR’s global mission to enhance supplies of quality coffee while improving the livelihoods of the families who produce it. An initial area of focus will be to introduce WCR’s “Check-off” funding mechanism into Eximware’s Partner XM commodity management- coffee trading and risk management- software platform. This will allow Eximware clients to seamlessly direct “pennies per pound” contributions toward WCR’s mission through streamlined collection and reporting.

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  • Varieties catalog goes global

    WCR News

    Date: 2.16.18

    This week, World Coffee Research launched a major update to its Arabica Coffee Varieties catalog, expanding it to include varieties from six new countries: Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. The catalog previously only covered varieties commonly found in and around Central America.

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  • We are hiring!

    WCR News

    Date: 1.31.18
    WCR farm

    World Coffee Research is hiring Country Agronomists for our Global Coffee Monitoring Program in Peru, Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala/Mexico.

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  • WCR News

    Date: 11.28.17
    Publisher: Keys to the Shop
    Keys to the shop

    On a new episode of the Keys to the Shop podcast, we discuss the work of World Coffee Research and what retail cafes can do to promote sustainable coffee. The Keys to the Shop is a podcast hosted by Chris Deferio dedicated to the success of coffee shops and the professionals that make them work.

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