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More than 40% of coffee areas in India’s main states affected by crop loss

MILAN – About 43% of the total coffee-bearing areas of Karnataka and Kerala, India’s main coffee states, are reported to h...

New project helps 130,000 small-scale coffee farmers in Oromia, Ethiopia

MILAN – Farm Africa has launched a new project to help more than 130,000 forest coffee producers in Ethiopia’s Oromia regi...

Local government in the Philippines gives farmers coffee processing equipment

ANAHAWAN, Southern Leyte, Philippines – The Department of Agriculture (DA) - Regional Office 8 (DA-8) has turned over to a...

The Producer & Roaster Forum 2020 will take place in Copán, Honduras

MILAN – The fourth Producer & Roaster Forum (PRF) will be held in Copán, Honduras on the 26th and 27th March, 2020. Th...

Harvesting of the 2019/20 Robusta crop is completed by over 50%

SAO PAULO, Brazil — The firm weather in June contributed for a fast harvesting pace for the Brazilian 2019-20 coffee crop,...

Weather reduces harvesting pace in Brazil while prices rise, reports Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil — The harvesting of the 2019/20 coffee crop, which started in April, was slower than expected in May, ma...

Fnc Ceo Roberto Vélez explains critical situation of coffee producers in Colombia

TOKYO, Japon – The CEO of the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC), Roberto Vélez, explained to key players in the Ja...

Vietnam to monitor quality through new data base of coffee areas

HANOI, Vietnam — A database of coffee areas will be used as a digital tool to assist partners in managing coffee plantatio...

Conab pegs coffee production in Brazil at 50.92 mln bags, down 17.4% on year

MILAN – The second official estimate for Brazil’s 2019-2020 crop released this Thursday (16) by the National Supply Compan...

The Future of Coffee Communities: Perspectives from Young Farmers

BERLIN, Germany – How does the future of young people in coffee growing regions look like and how can coffee be an attract...