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Australian Grown Coffee
in the Media

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Why Australian-grown coffee is creating a buzz (plus eight to try)

September 2022

Good Food

 

The pandemic, global warming and changing consumer trends are throwing a spotlight on Australian-grown coffee. How do our beans (and the industry that produces them) stack up?

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Can Australia grow its own coffee?

March 2021

ABC - The Conversation Hour

 

A cup of takeaway coffee is predicted to cost $7 a cup by the end of the year, thanks to skyrocketing shipping prices, supply chain issues and frost in Brazil. Instead of fixing global supply chain issues, should Australia focus on growing its own coffee farming industry?

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Think you're paying too much for your morning coffee? The worst is yet to come

March 2021

ABC News

 

It is a daily ritual for millions of Australians, but if you have noticed the price of your morning flat white or soy latte increase, brace yourself — it is likely to get worse.

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Australian coffee growers get innovative to encourage consumers to drink local

February 2021

 

ABC News

 

Australia is known as a nation of coffee obsessives, but few have tried a local cup.

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Why Australian coffee is the best in the world – and where to drink it

January 2017

 

50 Best

Thought New Zealand was home to the best flat white on the planet? Think again, says Pat Nourse, 50 Best Academy Chair for Australasia and Oceania and Deputy Editor of Australia's Gourmet Traveller.

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Everything you need to know about Australian-grown coffee

May 2021

SBS

The local coffee farming industry is thriving. In fact, from the Byron Hinterland to the Atherton Tablelands, it's bean an effort to keep up with demand.

 

Better Australian coffee varieties for farmers, but a decade before consumers get a taste

Nov 2021

ABC News

When you next sip on a locally grown single-origin Arabica coffee, the variety of tree it is sourced from might not matter to you, but it does to growers.

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