Archive for September, 2014


Wholesale Organic Green Coffee from Colombia

Coffee production in Colombia is returning to pre-2008 levels. We noted this fact in our article Wanted: Coffee Pickers is Colombia. The June 2014/15 USDA forecast illustrates this fact with a graph. Colombia’s production is forecast up 1.0 million bags to 12.0 million on higher yields. Continued growth is expected following 7 years of below [...]

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Reduce Your Risk of Dying by Drinking Coffee

We often write about the many health benefits of both regular and healthy organic coffee. In short these benefits include a reduction in risk of getting type II diabetes, colon cancer, prostate cancer, endometrial cancer, skin cancer, depression, committing suicide, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and more. So, the natural question to ask is if you [...]

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Less Ringing in Your Ears with Coffee

There are all sorts of wonder health benefits from drinking coffee, especially healthy organic coffee. Now there is another benefit. It appears that you get less ringing in your ears with coffee consumption. This info comes from a prospective study derived from the Nurses’ Health Study II. Nurses’ Health Study II was established by Dr. [...]

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Vitamins in Coffee

The caffeine in healthy organic coffee wakes you up, reduces your risk of depression, improves athletic performance, increases sexual appetite in women and enhances sexual performance in men. Organic coffee antioxidants help reduce the risk of type II diabetes and several kinds of cancer. Now, it turns out that there are vitamins in coffee as [...]

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Wanted: Coffee Pickers in Colombia

There was an interesting item on the TV news last night out of Bogot­á. In Manizales in the heart of the Eje Cafetero (the Colombian coffee growing axis) they are concerned that there will not be enough coffee pickers in Colombia for what is shaping up to be a record harvest. The Colombian coffee harvest [...]

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Organic Coffee Threatened

We have written previously about the dilemma that organic coffee growers face when coffee leaf rust infects their crops. Now Bloomberg has taken notice. In an article entitled Organic Coffee Threatened by Global Warming-Stoked Fungus the news organization discusses how growers are faced with spraying and losing their organic status or not spraying and losing [...]

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Coffee, Please, No Dirt

We have found yet another reason to only buy whole bean healthy organic coffee from reputable suppliers. A recent article in the Washington Post noted that as coffee supplies diminish and prices go up some suppliers of ground coffee are adding things to their coffee. The title of the article is Dirt, corn twigs, soybeans [...]

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Brazil Drought Drives Arabica Prices Higher

The worst drought in Sao Paulo state in Brazil in 84 years could leave the 9 million person city of Sao Paulo without city water within 100 days according to a report on the Weather Channel. Brazil’s largest city could run dry in less than 100 days if the city’s government doesn’t act, Brazil’s Public [...]

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Robusta Coffee Beans

There are two basic types of coffee beans, Arabica and Robusta. We mostly write about healthy organic coffee made from Arabica coffee beans. But there is another whole world of coffee for different uses in the world of Robusta coffee beans. So, how do robusta coffee beans differ from Arabica and what are Robusta coffee [...]

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