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Golden Bean News

Empowering women to improve lives

Posted December 16, 2015 by Cafe Culture Mag

Legal and cultural practices in many coffee growing regions around the world restrict women from the economic opportunities that would generate significant improvements for their families, their businesses and their communities. The empowerment of these women with these opportunities to make social and economic change must engage both men and women in understanding the value […]

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Golden Bean News

Los Angeles roasters take out inaugural titles

Posted December 16, 2015 by Cafe Culture Mag

THE COMPAK GOLDEN BEAN NORTH AMERICA A well known and respected North American Coffee Roaster, Mike Perry from Klatch Coffee Inc. took to the stage in Portland OR at the awards night to accept the honor of being the first ever Compak Golden Bean Champion in this prestigious industry competition. Mike won the competition by […]

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General Interest

The origins of the COFFEEHOUSE

Posted December 15, 2015 by Cafe Culture Mag

Progression, Innovation & Caffeination By Jacqueline Mocek The proliferation of the café in Australia throughout recent history has escalated to a point where it has become synonymous with the Australian way of life. Our “café culture” is world renowned. Whilst we can wholly claim the culture we have built around our humble cafés, the origin […]

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General Interest

Candy Weiss & Mama Chomp

Posted December 15, 2015 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Culture has known Candy Weiss for at least six years. She works as Head Coffee Trainer for the iconic company Dimattina Coffee and has been an integral part of the Golden Bean barista team for the past four years. On the other side of her full-time job with Dimattina Coffee, Candy has a new […]

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Industry News

Sasa Returns

Posted December 15, 2015 by Cafe Culture Mag

To serve coffee to the farmers who grew his Sudan Rume By Habib Maarbani In March 2011 a seedling was planted 1,900 metres above sea level on a mountain on the west range of Los Farallones de Cali, Colombia. It was the first of 18,000 seedlings to be planted on what would come to be […]

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