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3 Post-Harvest Challenges that Affect Green Coffee Beans

Keeping the irresistible taste and aroma of coffee intact—from farm to cup—is challenging to say the least. Before green coffee beans reach the roasters or during the post-harvest stage alone, there are multiple factors that can cause them harm or damage. In this article, let’s take a look at some of these hurdles to preserving coffee quality and learn how to overcome them.

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Reducing Environmental Risks Through Post harvest Systems

Written by Victor Dela Casa, Sustainability Development Officer of GrainPro

 

Scientists are worried that the worsening climate change, extreme droughts and floods, will further increase the number of people who are already suffering from hunger and malnutrition from 10 to 20 percent by 2050.

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Small-scale agriculture: supporting smallholder farmers

During the earliest civilizations, agriculture was a part of daily life that supported communities and small societies for their sustenance. A dependable food supply allowed us to evolve from hunting and gathering to lead more a refined, sophisticated way of living. Other forms of livelihood became possible because of the evolution of society from one that is nomadic to one that has permanent settlements and structures. Small-scale agriculture became the center of many societies when farmers worked the land to support the community and so the community relied solely on those farmers to provide a large percent of what they needed.

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