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Colombia aims to cover all coffee farms under a verification standard by 2027

MILAN — Created in 1927, the Federación Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia (FNC) is a forerunner of all organisations that ...

Brazil’s price averages in January 2019 are the lowest in 4 years, says Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil — Coffee prices remained stable Brazil in January (Dec. 28 2018 – Jan. 31 2019), but the average monthly...

Xinhua-Yunnan (Pu’er) Coffee Price Index officially unveiled in Beijing

BEIJING, People’s Republic of China — China Economic Information Service (CEIS) of Xinhua News Agency, the government of P...

Ethiopia: coffee export show 21.78% increase up from previous fiscal

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Development and Marketing Authority said coffee export showed an incremen...

Kenya’s coffee still fetching premium price at New York Exchange

ROME, Italy – Kenya's coffee continues to fetch a premium price in the world market, making it the most valued beverage at...

Ecosia search engine will help plant 360,000 native trees in Cauca areas

POPAYÁN, Colombia – In partnership with the global network Pur Projet and the revolutionary search engine Ecosia, the Colo...

Vietnam coffee shipments were down over 15 percent in first half

MILAN – Coffee shipments from Vietnam, the world’s largest producer and exporter of the Robusta variety, are expected to drop an estimated 15.5 percent in the first half of calendar year 2017, government data showed on Thursday. Exports are estimated at 829,000 tonnes, or 13.8 million 60-kg bags during the January-June period ...

Tanzania: Research Institute launches scheme to increase production

MOSHI, Tanzania – The Tanzania Coffee Research Institute (TaCRI) has embarked on a training programme for farmers on modern crop husbandry in order to enable coffee to regain its lost glory. Under the programme, several farmers in Kilimanjaro Region have been assisted in forming groups under which they are exposed to ...

Coffee farmers in Jamaica urged to adopt best practices for sustainability

ST. ANDREW, Jamaica – A call has been made for players in the coffee industry to utilise best practices for its sustainability. Making the call, Member of Parliament for East Rural St. Andrew, and wife of the Prime Minister, the Most. Hon. Juliet Holness, says the industry is a mainstay of her constituency, and a major export commodity for Jamaica.

Scientists improve Vietnam’s coffee processing with enzyme technology

HANOI – There are two major methods – wet and dry processing – to process harvested coffee beans. In the traditional method of dry processing, coffee beans are cleaned and dried under the sun for 7-10 days before they are husked. In bad weather with too much rain and little sun, farmers have to dry coffee beans with driers, but ...