World Coffee Research is excited to welcome our newest member Beck Flavors. Beck has made a commitment to support sustainable coffee production and coffee-farming families.
News and knowledge
Beck Flavors Announces Commitment
WCR NewsDate: 5.4.18
2017 Annual Report
WCR NewsDate: 4.18.18
Using advances in agricultural science, it is possible to dramatically improve coffee yields, coffee quality, climate resilience, and farmer livelihoods. Our globe-spanning research is designed to deliver higher-quality coffee, more productive coffee farmers, and higher profits for coffee farmers. Our new Annual Report details our efforts in these areas in 2017.
WCR Welcomes New Molecular Breeder
WCR NewsDate: 4.10.18
World Coffee Research is thrilled to welcome Lucile Toniutti, an agronomist specialized in plant breeding, as our new molecular breeder. Toniutti holds a PhD in the ecophysiology and adaptation of plants from Montpellier SupAgro in France.
Where to find us in Seattle
WCR NewsDate: 4.3.18
Next month in Seattle, the global specialty-coffee community will descend on Seattle for the Specialty Coffee Expo, taking place April 19-22. World Coffee Research (WCR) will be engaged in a wide range of activities at the show; here is a list of what we’ll be taking part in and some of what we’ll be checking out at Expo 2018.
Louis Dreyfus announces $50,000 commitment
WCR NewsDate: 3.30.18
World Coffee Research is thrilled to announce our newest member: Global agricultural goods merchant Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC), which has announced a US$50,000 commitment to World Coffee Research to boost coffee sustainability and support coffee farmers.