Seth Petchers

Leader of Oxfam's Coffee Program

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Leader of the Coffee Program at Oxfam, a nonprofit organization that works to end global poverty

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Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee, applied to trademark three of its most famous varieties.  After a protest by the  National Coffee Association , the  US Trademark and Patent Office …

Is Starbucks Blocking Ethiopia's Bid to Trademark Coffee?

Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee, applied to trademark three of its most famous varieties.  After a protest by the National Coffee Association , the US Trademark and Patent Office …

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