12 Jul '18, 3pm

Growing Value: Competitions at Origin

A cup-quality competition takes farmers from Brazil to Colombia to learn about and encourage new and innovative growing practices. BY RACHEL NORTHROP SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Barista and brewing competitions are only increasing in popularity across the world. Cup-quality competitions at origin are also becoming more prevalent, with producers from farms of all sizes eagerly tweaking production in hopes of claiming top prizes. One such cup-quality contest is offered by EMATER-MG, a governmental program of the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais that offers technical assistance to family farms, in partnership with Atlantica Coffee . This annual competition offers the chance for four winners from each region of Minas Gerais to participate in a trip to get to know another culture and a different kind of coffee production in Colombia. In May, Ally Coffee had the opportunity to tr...

Full article: http://www.baristamagazine.com/competitions-at-orign/

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