PRODUCER & ROASTER FORUM - COLOMBIA 2022
PRF Colombia welcomed thousands of guests across both days in Medellín. Take a look at some of the highlights in this video!
PRF Colombia was the fifth iteration of the world-class coffee event: an industry-leading coffee forum taking place in an origin country.
As well as being an essential platform for coffee professionals, the event featured a lineup of industry leaders and experts giving speeches and hosting panel discussions over both days.
PRODUCER & ROASTER FORUM - HONDURAS 2021
The fourth edition of Producer & Roaster Forum welcomed more than 1,500 people from over 50 different countries to its virtual event. Across two days, coffee professionals from a range of backgrounds took part in discussions, attended networking rooms, and heard talks from leading figures in the sector.
With more than 800 companies represented and a high level of engagement that lasted long after the event, Virtual PRF achieved its aim of promoting constructive discourse about the real issues and innovations in the coffee sector.
PRODUCER & ROASTER FORUM - GUATEMALA 2019
More than 90 coffee roasters and 450 coffee producers – 33 of them on a scholarship funded by gold sponsor Mayorga Organics – came to Guatemala for the 2019 Producer & Roaster Forum. Over the five days, roasters experienced coffee cuppings, farm-visits, and presentations by industry leaders from as far afield as Europe, Oceania, and North America.
PRODUCER & ROASTER FORUM - BRAZIL 2017
The 2017 Producer & Roaster Forum was held in Brazil, the world’s largest producer of coffee. Why Brazil? Not only does this country have a huge impact on the global coffee industry, it’s also creating innovative solutions for issues including traceability, sustainability, and more. Many of these get overlooked because it’s Brazil – but we believe it’s time to change that dialogue.
PRODUCER & ROASTER FORUM - EL SALVADOR 2016
At the inaugural Producer & Roaster Forum, we headed to Cuatro M in El Salvador to learn from diverse voices in the coffee industry. Speakers came from all over the world – the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East – to discuss topics including specialty coffee production in Indonesia and Brazil, how producers can build relationships with roasters, and the best ways to use storage and drying technology.