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Coffee Lovers Can Help Restore Forests This Earth Month with a Cup of Tony's Coffee

Sunnyside Daily Sun 14 Apr 2021
Partnering with One Tree Planted, Tony's Coffee will plant one tree in Peru for every online order during the month of April ... Tony's Coffee works with farmer partners in Peru, Honduras, and many other countries to source quality, organic coffee that is grown in the shade of strong, healthy trees ... About Tony's Coffee ... SOURCE Tony's Coffee.
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Buck's Beans are 'handmade with love'

Statesville Record & Landmark 04 Apr 2021
And on his farm he roasts some coffee, ... With a coffee bean here,. And a coffee bean there, ... Everywhere a coffee bean, ... Some coffee facts ... The leading coffee-growing nation is Brazil, with Vietnam, Colombia, Indonesia and Honduras as other top growers ... The rankings of the last five or six coffee countries varies some from harvest to harvest.
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'They said, keep going': migrants escorted back to Mexico without any explanation

The Observer 04 Apr 2021
“I came through Reynosa, I went to the wall and immigration picked us up,” 25-year-old Joel Duarte Mendez, who had originally traveled from Honduras, explained ... Their trip from Honduras to the border took 12 days, he said. He owned a coffee farm and a home in Honduras, but both had been destroyed when massive hurricanes hit the country last November.
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Chattanooga coffee culture cultivates community

Times Free Press 01 Apr 2021
In our current age of artisanal coffees and glossy, high-end machinery, coffee culture has long permeated our daily lives. According to the National Coffee Association, about 62 percent of American adults consume coffee every day ... Coffee is a universal language, bringing us all together in different ways ... Mad Priest Coffee Roasters.
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Letter: Fanto vs. Biden — some thoughts in reaction to column

The Berkshire Eagle 31 Mar 2021
... violence, rape, hurricane damage and coffee prices too low to allow farmers — particularly from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador — to have a life.
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The Newbie: Hey Dartmouth, you've got some awesome trails!

The Herald News 29 Mar 2021
But first, a coffee. This week’s coffee was at Thyme Blossom in Fall River ... Owner Joseph Holdiman says it might be because of the exclusive coffee line from Los Portillo’s Farm in Honduras. “It's a 30-acre plantation and it's custom roasted for us through a partnership with New Harvest Coffee Roasters in Pawtucket,” he said.
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Honduras' trade deficit increased in January because of the decrease in fruit exports

Fresh Plaza 24 Mar 2021
In January 2021, the trade balance deficit of Honduras stood at 464.3 million dollars, i.e ... In that period, exports decreased by 12.9% when compared to January of 2020, totaling 358.7 million dollars, according to data published by the Central Bank of Honduras (BCH).
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Coffee and community: The Gilded Bean opens in Gibsonville

Burlington Times-News 22 Mar 2021
For owner Chuck Beard, opening The Gilded Bean in Gibsonville was a great opportunity to blend coffee and community. The coffee shop, located at 111 E ... Miller said The Gilded Bean will feature five coffee blends including a light, medium and dark roast, espresso and a decaf ... Coffee will be sourced from Rwanda, Brazil, Ethiopia and Honduras.
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Harvest House features local and imported products in Enosburg Falls

St Albans Messenger 22 Mar 2021
ENOSBURG FALLS — A unique grocery store has recently opened in Enosburg Falls ... They learned self-sufficiency and hard work from grandparents who built a successful transportation business in Honduras ... The family vision is to replicate the type of small general store that is common in Honduras. a place where people stop by to visit and have coffee ... ....
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Wake up and Thrive: Coffee for a cause

Athens Daily Review 20 Mar 2021
The smell of Honduran coffee beans, WiFi and a peaceful place to work and socialize await you inside Thrive Community Church ... The coffee shop actually serves a dual purpose though. “The coffee shop actually works full circle with the mission work we do in Honduras,” Nathan said.
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Surge in Migrants Defies Easy or Quick Solutions for Biden

Yahoo Daily News 17 Mar 2021
26, 2021 ... Finally, Biden has vowed to vastly increase support for places like Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala so that Central Americans no longer feel the need to flee their homes ... In Honduras, for example, the country’s coffee production has been hurt by hurricanes and slumping prices for coffee beans, driving many people into poverty ... .
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Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Special Assistant to the President and Coordinator for the Southern Border Ambassador Roberta Jacobson, March 10, 2021

The White House 11 Mar 2021
So, I think there’s a lot of things we learned, and a lot of things we learned about ensuring that funds get to the communities that are really in need, whether it’s post hurricane or coffee rust which was ravaging Guatemala and Honduras or, you know, historic drought. .
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Create your own story with Storymaker Coffee Bar

The Tribune Greeley 07 Mar 2021
For Kim and Donnie Richards, coffee is more than just a morning ritual ... For this couple, coffee is the beginning of what came to be an 18-year long love story ... Storymaker Coffee Bar co-owner Donnie Richards works on roasting beans. (Photo courtesy Storymaker Coffee Bar) ... (Photo courtesy Storymaker Coffee Bar) ... (Photo courtesy Storymaker Coffee Bar).
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Waverly coffee roaster wants each batch to be unique

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 03 Mar 2021
Craft coffee is energizing java enthusiasts -- like Erik Johnson of Waverly -- to create their own coffee blends at home using a delicate roasting process ... 418 Honduras signifies a darker coffee, while 391 Burundi refers to a lighter coffee. For coffee aficionados, it's easy to hone in on preferred tastes.
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Former Tide football player opening PJ's Coffee and Rita's Ice in Tuscaloosa

Tuscaloosa News 01 Mar 2021
In a written release, PJ’s Coffee roastmaster Felton Jones said “We only use the top one percent of Arabica beans, sourced from farms like Finca Terrerito Farm in Honduras, and we’re one of the few companies to small-batch roast coffee which is immediately bagged for the freshest possible taste.”.
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