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    From Farmer to Consumer - Celebrating the work of Women and Gender Minorities in the Global Coffee Industry

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    Listen - Learn - Share - Network

    Join us for the inaugural Women and Gender Minorities in Coffee event 

    DATE: Sunday 15th of September 2019 10:00am - 12:00pm

    LOCATION: John Burton Ltd, 4/159 Marua Rd, Mount Wellington, Auckland 1051

    TICKETS: $30pp (all proceeds going towards supporting diversity in the coffee industry. For unwaged concessions, flick us an email!)


    10:00am - 10:45am - DEMONSTRATION STATIONS 

    Learn from the best! Visit a range of demonstration stations to learn more about coffee. Whether you're new to the wonderful world of coffee, or already know a lot, this is your chance to network and learn something new. Each demonstration will take approximately 15 minutes.

    • Take a tour of John Burton Ltd's coffee warehouse
    • Order you coffee in New Zealand Sign Language
    • Always wondered how to make the perfect plunger?
    • Try your hand at latte art and learn more about milk alternatives
    • Have a go at cupping
    • Ever considered how coffee is roasted? See a roaster in action
      + more!

    10:50am - 11:30am - PANEL: Women and Gender Minorities in Coffee

    During this panel you'll hear from our friends at origin, as well as our very own Alice Burton, Claire Matheson, Jessica Sanders, Christina Fuzaro, Hannah Cho, and panel chair Lexie Matheson, as we discuss the work of women and gender minorities in the global coffee industry.


    Proceeds from this event will go towards supporting The Lucy Foundation promote inclusion, diversity and access in the global coffee industry.

    Drawing of hands holding coffee beans

    Three logos: John Burton, The Lucy Foundation, The Colab Hospitality Group

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