My Laos Experience: Part II

My Laos Experience: Part II

Farmers & Cooperatives How poor quality coffee becomes great: the time it takes Between 2004 and 2014, Tyson was in and out of my sights as he ferried back and forth between Laos and the United States. He was a very internet-savvy millennial and did a few...
Women in Coffee: Part I

Women in Coffee: Part I

Farmers & Cooperatives By Joan Katzeff, Co-Founder & Director of Operations at Thanksgiving Coffee Company I first visited Nicaragua in the early 1990’s. The terrible years of the Iran Contra Civil War were still dominant in the memory of the people, and its...
Natural (Dry) Processed Coffee

Natural (Dry) Processed Coffee

Farmers & Cooperatives In a world getting short on water, coffee lovers should begin to get their palates ready to recognize “Dry Processed” or “Naturals” when they buy coffee. Naturals are processed from cherry to green bean without the...
Origin Trip: Nicaragua 2015

Origin Trip: Nicaragua 2015

Farmers & Cooperatives This coffee buying trip to Nicaragua marks the 30th year Thanksgiving Coffee has traveled to this beautiful country. It is also the first year that Thanksgiving Coffee is sending staff without the guidance and counseling of CEO Co-Founder...