27 Apr '17, 3pm

Café de mujeres en Ruanda. Buenos días.https://t.co/sCR59YH7fq

Café de mujeres en Ruanda. Buenos días.https://t.co/sCR59YH7fq

In the past, Let’s Talk Coffee Rwanda has been both an educational opportunity for farmers and buyers to learn more about each other’s role in the coffee supply chain and a celebration of the hard work being done at origin to improve coffee quality and realize the full potential of Rwandan coffee. Speakers and presenters from all over the supply chain—including roasters, educators, and farmers—have spoken at past events, and producers have been able to see their coffees fetch higher prices through increased market transparency. The price for attendance is only $150, so

Full article: http://www.baristamagazine.com/lets-talk-coffee-rwanda/

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