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Coffee and Tanzania

Coffee and Tanzania

Coffee now accounts for 5% of Tanzania’s total exports, and earns the country $100 million per year (Kimaryo, 2017). 400,000 smallholders produced 90% of the coffee, providing income and jobs to the country.
Mexico and Coffee: A History

Mexico and Coffee: A History

In 1954, when the coffee prices peaked, emerging on the international market, production was moved to cheaper locations such as Chiapas. Since then, it has become the major region of coffee production/cultivation in the country.
Colombia and Coffee

Colombia and Coffee

One of the greatest examples of both the importance and power of the coffee bean comes from the beautiful Colombia, a giant in the coffee productio...
What Makes Us Different?

What Makes Us Different?

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages across the world, but to Aurum V: Coffeehouse, it is so much more. They believe coffee is more than a d...
A Brief History of Brazil and Coffee

A Brief History of Brazil and Coffee

***This is our first article. We will be publishing more periodically.*** Political power on an international stage is often earned or bought by a ...
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