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The consequence of rising prices for green coffee

Dear Solino customers, As you have probably already seen in the news, the prices for green coffee have risen significant recently. This applies especially to the high-quality Arabica bean that we use, the price of which is currently at a multi-year high. The costs of local wages in Ethiopia, packaging, transportation and energy have increased significantly as well. In order …

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Green coffee gets cheaper and what does it mean for Ethiopia.

Green coffee prices decreased by 35% since 2015. As a result, coffee farmers in Ethiopia and in other coffee producing countries earn as well 35% less. With already very low earnings, this is dramatic for them. Even small price premiums which are paid by Fairtrade programs do not solve this fundamental problem and the contries´ dependency on farming. What helps …

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From Espresso to Filter Coffee….

We have just changed our 250g ground Espresso: to: 250g ground Coffee. As we have more and more demands for lighter roasted filter coffee, we decided to change this coffee. It is simply lighter roasted and has a really nice fruity flavour (personally I like this new Solino Coffee still as a light roasted Espresso).