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Closing our doors

Posted by Liz Foggitt, Communications Manager, Twin

Twin started in 1985 with a clear mission to revolutionise the approach to trade in favour of smallholder producers. We disrupted conventions, create...

A diverse response to the price crisis

Posted by Andrea Otte, Trader & Marketer, Twin

With coffee prices stagnating at rock bottom for all of 2019, coffee producers everywhere are looking for ways to mitigate the effects of the crisis....

A week at Twin

Posted by Alice Penn

Last week Alice Penn was in the office for a week of work experience. Alice is 17 and studying for her A-Levels. She wanted to get a taste of working ...

Considering the cost of coffee labour

Posted by Kim Ionescu, Chief Sustainability Officer, Specialty Coffee Association and Twin Board Member

A decade ago it was unusual to encounter a great cup of coffee in an airport, and twenty years ago the concept would have been laughable. These days ...

Coffee and collaboration: a success story from Peru

Posted by Liz Foggitt

In 2015, Twin set up a project to increase the resilience of coffee farming in Peru. The approach - to form an alliance between people across the whol...

Low Coffee Prices – We’ve Been Here Before

Posted by Will Tomlinson, International Development Consultant and Twin Board Member,

Once again, much of the coffee industry is struggling with low prices. Well, at least many of the smallholder farmers are.  Current coffee prices are ...

The role of business in empowering women farmers

Posted by Nicolas Mounard

Last summer, I went on a buyer trip to DR Congo. Above all the appalling and inspiring accounts from coffee farmers, one moment stuck in my mind. I w...

Traceability connects consumers to producers

Posted by Paul May

Last year, the crisis response by marketers to the discovery of horsemeat everywhere from Tesco to school dinners pushed food provenance into the mai...

The farmers and business women of Kopakama, Rwanda

Posted by Nilufar Verjee

I recently had the privilege of visiting women coffee farmers in Rwanda, a beautiful country known by its inhabitants as the Land of a Thousand Hills...

Conflict and coffee: reviving the industry in the DRC

Posted by Richard Hide

In 2008, thousands of refugees surrounded the shores of Lake Kivu in the eastern highlands of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The fallout fro...

Rethinking our broken food system

Posted by Nicolas Mounard

Last year, coffee prices continued their chaotic tumble on New York commodity markets, falling 20% to around $1.20 per pound.  Thousands of miles awa...

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