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Honduran Dairy Farmers, Lacthosa and the Government sign agreement

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – For Lacthosa it is very important to participate in the purchase of more economic milk options in ...

Update on the Status of Exchange Licensed Coffee Warehouses in Miami

NEW YORK, U.S. – All warehouse operators in Miami, FL with facilities licensed to store Coffee “C”® have reported that the...

FNC launches global call for proposals to increase harvesting efficiency

MEDELLÍN, Colombia – Within the framework of its 90th anniversary, the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) launched a public and global call to identify innovative proposals that increase efficiency of selective coffee harvesting. The initiative, known as CoffeepickINN, encourages entrepreneurs, research groups and ...

Towards Triestespresso Expo. LF spare parts speak Russian

CESENA (Italy) - LF (Triestespresso Expo stand 12 hall 30), world leader in spare parts for professional kitchens (commercial refrigeration, washing machines, laundry, coffee and vending), has ...

Coffee futures fall on bearish news

MILAN - The Colombian government and truckers unions reached an agreement on Friday to end the longest and most costly str...

Barry Callebaut selects Descartes to enhance global transportation management

WATERLOO, Ontario, U.S. - Descartes Systems Group, the global leader in uniting logistics-intensive businesses in commerce...

Chongqing turning into coffer trade powerhouse

Chongqing, a municipality in southwestern China, might have seemed like an unlikely place for a coffee trade center before...

Strauss goes with Mantis’ Logistics Vision software suite

Strauss Group is a major international company in the food sector operating 26 factories in 24 countries. According to ana...

S. Korean organizing committee launched to bid for int’l coffee headquarters

A group of people from all walks of life on Thursday launched a civic body tasked with placing a bid to host the headquarters of the International Coffee Organization in South Korea ...

How few multinationals control coffee industry

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s task force on coffee, appointed last month, has a very difficult task ahead. If the terms of reference it has been assigned is anything to go by, the team led by economist Prof Joe Kieyah...