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The Coffee Paradox

Global Markets, Commodity Trade and the Elusive Promise of Development

by Benoit Daviron

  • 327 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Zed Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture & related industries,
  • Consumer Economics (General),
  • Industries And Trades (Economic Aspects),
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • International - Economics,
  • Industries - General,
  • Business & Economics / Economics / International,
  • Consumer Behavior - General,
  • Coffee industry

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8927671M
    ISBN 101842774565
    ISBN 109781842774564

    The hallmark of coffee literature is Daviron and Ponte's 'Coffee Paradox' (Daviron & Ponte, ), with the paradox being that producers in the global South are struggling immensely with coffee.   The Coffee Paradox, by Benoit Daviron and Stefano Ponte (Zed Books, ) analyzes at length the disturbing trend that, just as coffee has grown fashionable and retail prices for coffee have increased in regions where coffee is consumed, like North America, Europe and East Asia, the basic prices paid to growers for their green coffees have decreased, rather radically.

    Bibliotekernes beskrivelse The global coffee chain is currently characterized by a paradoxical coexistence of a 'coffee boom' in consuming countries and a 'coffee crisis' in producing countries. This book shows that the 'coffee paradox' exists because the coffee farmers sell and the coffee consumers buy embed increasingly different 'attributes'. This book recasts the "development problem" for countries relying on commodity exports in entirely new ways by analyzing the so-called coffee paradox--the coexistence of a "coffee boom" in consuming countries and of a "coffee crisis" in producing countries. In consuming countries, coffee continues to grow in popularity.

      This is a revision of an article first published by Coffee Review editor Kenneth Davids in Roast Magazine in We offer it here as a considered overview from Ken on point ratings systems for coffee and on the problematics and philosophy of coffee evaluation. Paradox Coffee Roasters are responsible custodians of the coffee journey, always putting people first. From the farmers we source from, respected industry partners we work with, our expert team that roast and share their knowledge, wholesale partners and baristas who serve coffee, to .


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This book recasts the "development problem" for countries relying on commodity exports in entirely new ways by analyzing the so-called coffee paradox--the coexistence of a "coffee boom" in consuming countries and of a "coffee crisis" in producing countries.

In consuming countries, coffee continues to grow in popularity.4/5. At the same time, international coffee prices have fallen dramatically and producers receive the lowest prices in book shows that the coffee paradox exists because what farmers sell and what consumers buy are becoming increasingly 'different' coffees.

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