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How much does it actually cost to grow organic coffee in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico? Jose, our long time friend and co-founder of the Maya Vinic cooperative, explains how much it costs him to cultivate organic coffee in Chiapas.
A report from Herman Chirihambali Lwango, On the Ground’s Community Liaison for Project Congo and farmer at Muungano Coffee Co-op, discussing impact in part a result of Higher Grounds funding support.
Our friends at Handground compiled some great tips for brewing in a French Press.
Leave traffic behind with TCFF's free bike valet! Park at Bijou by the Bay, walk to your favorite film, and our friends at Norte will give you a coupon for free HG coffee—our way of saying thanks for doing your part to help the planet.
Higher Grounds’ relationship with the Maya Vinic coffee cooperative in Chiapas, Mexico has a long and storied history and is our foundational partner in our circular economic model based in quality and sustainability.
Since HG became a Certified B Corporation this past February, we’ve been taking a closer look at some of our policies and procedures in an effort to push ourselves to be even more sustainable.
Repost from Feature Article on Sprudge.com about Saveur du Kivu, the annual specialty coffee cupping competition and supply chain workshop co-organized by our sister non-profit, On the Ground and our co-founder, Chris Treter
Diana Mnatsakanyan interviewed HG's director of coffee for the Barista Magazine blog.
When spring and summer roll around, cafes everywhere add another line to their menu: iced drinks.
Last week, the League of American Bicyclists recognized Higher Grounds with a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB℠) award.