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Increasingly more women are coffee-farming leaders in Colombia

BOGOTÁ, Colombia — In the coffee elections of September 8 and 9, women and young people increased their participation as f...

Low coffee prices slow down coffee crop renewal in Vietnam’s Dak Lak

HO CHI MINH CITY – Low coffee prices are deterring investments in coffee crop renewal in Vietnam. According to Vietnam ...

Canadian public sector pension fund invests in Brazilian coffee company

MILAN – Canadian public servants are investing in the Brazilian coffee industry. The Public Sector Pension Investment Boar...

Colombian growers are facing their worst crisis in over a decade, say reports

Low prices are hitting hard on the Colombian coffee industry: growers are experiencing their worst crisis in over a decade...

Jamaican businessman make substantial donation to help coffee farmers

Philanthropist and businessman Michael Lee-Chin and his family have made a donation to help small coffee farmers in Jamaic...

Heavy rainfall may have destroyed 82,000 tonnes of coffee crop in India

The Union government of India is currently assessing the losses suffered by coffee planters due to the heavy rainfall that...

Kenya: Ico Executive Director received by Nyeri Governor Kahiga

H.E Mutahi Kahiga, the Governor of the County of Nyeri in Kenya, met with the International Coffee Organization (ICO) team...

India: Floods damage in Karnataka and Kerala may slash production by 20%

India’s coffee production may fall by as much as 20% on year after massive floods hit some of the country’s key producing ...

Kenyan farmers express interest to sell their coffee directly to American roasters

Coffee farmers from Murang’a county in Kenya are eying a share of American market for their produce. According to Kenya Ne...

Rains induce blossom in the Brazilian 2019/2020 Robusta crop

With the end of the 2018/19 Robusta harvest in Brazil in early August, the first flowers from the 2019/20 season could be ...