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Third Wave Coffees and Maya Farmers in Guatemala

Ted Fischer , December 3rd, 2014


$500 a pound coffee? Yes, the very best coffees these days are selling for astronomical prices. The $500/lb lot (from El Injerto in Guatemala) was a record, but…


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Third Wave Coffees and Maya Farmers in Guatemala

Ted Fischer , December 2nd, 2014


$500 a pound coffee? Yes, the very best coffees these days are selling for astronomical prices. The $500/lb lot (from El Injerto in Guatemala) was a record, but…


→Anthropological Observations . . . on economics, politics, and daily life

Third Wave Coffees and Maya Farmers in Guatemala

Ted Fischer , December 2nd, 2014


$500 a pound coffee? Yes, the very best coffees these days are selling for astronomical prices. The $500/lb lot (from El Injerto in Guatemala) was a record, but…


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Brazil’s Middle Class and the Price of Coffee in New York

Ted Fischer , August 5th, 2014


It looks like Brazil will surpass the U.S. this year as the world’s biggest consumer of coffee. The Wall Street Journal reports that this is driving up global…


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