A Pretty Picture to Paint?
I enjoyed some 15 minutes of fame when a reporter from Reuters wrote up a little story on the 100th year anniversary of the Journal and myself this past month. I proudly e-mailed it to my parents and other family members. My 80-year-old father claimed it "got lost on the internet" after I accused him of not caring enough to read it, but I digress di·gress
intr.v. di·gressed, di·gress·ing, di·gress·es
To turn aside, especially from the main subject in writing or speaking; stray. See Synonyms at swerve. . The reporter fairly represented two of our readers' views. I thank Rob Stephen of Dunkin' Donuts Sources:
Dunkin' Donuts is an international coffee and donut retailer founded in 1950 in Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S. by William Rosenberg. Corporate Profile
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a young fowl for eating; weighs 5 to 7 lb at 6 months of age. claimed he didn't read this magazine because we paint too rosy a picture of everything.
So I thought, Am I painting too rosy a picture?
Several months ago, I cried as I read Tim Castle's article on East Africa, about an entire continent under siege, its coffee industry a shadow of its once glorious self. I heard complaints from the Kenyan and Costa Rican growers when several industry members reported in our magazine that these countries' coffee quality were slipping. Several of our stories attacked the foodservice industry, accusing them of downgrading downgrading
A reduction in the quality rating of a security issue, generally a bond. A downgrading may occur for various reasons including a period of losses, or increased debt service required by restructuring a firm's capital to include more debt and less the sector of the industry -- promptly setting off a war in print among some roasters and equipment manufacturers. The plight of the Mexican and Guatemalan coffee farmers meeting their death as they tried to enter the U.S. looking for Looking for
In the context of general equities, this describing a buy interest in which a dealer is asked to offer stock, often involving a capital commitment. Antithesis of in touch with. better jobs makes one pause and reflect. Green coffee prices are still at an all-time low and there seems to be no recovery in sight. I had hoped that this crisis would have passed by now. But I see hope as the Guatemalans stage the "Guatemalan Cup of Excellence" internet auction in conjunction with the SCAA SCAA Specialty Coffee Association of America
SCAA School Curriculum and Assessment Authority (England)
SCAA South China Athletic Association
SCAA Spill Control Association of America
SCAA State Communities Aid Association , George Howell For other persons named George Howell, see George Howell (disambiguation).
George Howell (5 October 1833 - 16 September 1911) was a prominent British trade unionist and reform campaigner in the 19th century. and others. The auction commanded high p rices from scrambling traders from all around the world, proving to the farmer that excellent quality coffee is worth so much more.
This month, correspondent Larry Luxner visits Cuba and reports of its diminishing and eroding coffee conditions. He writes about Jose Gavina, whose family lost their entire coffee farm during Castro's regime. While Gavina was justifiably angered, he said he would be willing to come back and rebuild the coffee industry after Castro is no longer in power.
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