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Small but getting stronger: coffee and cocoa, the climate-smart way

Evelin Mairena smiles with her eyes and takes good care of her guests, with coffee and rosquillas, corn flour cookie. Her ...

Disease-resistant plants helps Guatemala recover from coffee rust

“We sell coffee, save money with the saving group, and, from the money we get, we save our seed capital so we are not left...

Swiss cocoa industry launches the Platform for Sustainable Cocoa

ZURICH, Switzerland – A total of 41 players from the Swiss cocoa industry have joined together to form the Swiss Platform ...

Can the sequencing of coffee genome lead us to the perfect cup?

MILAN – The following article, appeared in the issue 19/20 of the magazine Espresso Ideas published by Simonelli Group, pr...

La Niña likely past its peak as Pacific sea surface temperatures warm

MELBOURNE, Australia – A weak La Niña continues in the Pacific Ocean, but may have peaked in recent weeks, reports the ENS...

Weak La Niña pattern continues over the Pacific, says Australia’s Bom

A weak La Niña pattern continues in the tropical Pacific, reports the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology. This ev...

Mondelēz Intl. establishes new partnership to protect forests in Ghana

DEERFIELD, Ill., U.S. – Mondelēz International yesterday announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Fo...

Initiative for coffee&climate launches new online toolbox for coffee farmers

HAMBURG, Germany – Free and easy to use, openly accessible from everywhere in the world and practically supporting farmers...

Two of the world’s tea species extinct in the wild according to new report

The Red List of Theaceae, the tea family, published by the Global Trees Campaign (a joint initiative between Fauna & F...

Breedcafs: a new EU-funded project for a sustainable coffee sector

To develop a sustainable coffee sector, Europe funds Breedcafs, a four-year multi-partners project launched in June 2017, ...