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Lam Dong province to invest in Vietnamese coffee brand development

Lam Dong People's Committee Vice Chairman Pham S said Vietnam had high-quality coffee but it had failed to build a recogni...

Vietnam’s Son La Arabica coffee geographical indication announced

SON LA, Vietnam – The northwestern province of Son La has announced Son La coffee as a collective brand and held Mai Son C...

Organic coffee growing is thriving in Cuban province of Cienfuegos

Organic coffee growing is expanding in Guamuhaya mountains, in the central Cuban province of Cienfuegos, 250 km southeast ...

Hawaiian Ola Kona Coffee Leaf Teas offer a unique option for refreshment

KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii, U.S. – Brewed from lightly caffeinated Arabica coffee leaves harvested from the Kona coast of Hawai`i...

Coffee growers in Laos are turning to sustainable agricultural practices

Families from the Lao Tribe in the south are leading the way by turning away from a number of non-organic fertilisers that...

Nepal’s Development Strategy aims to double coffee production by 2022

KATHMANDU, Nepal – The Ministry of Agricultural Development (MoAD) is likely to endorse the five-year Coffee Development S...

EU’s IACT project supports the coffee value chain in the Fiji Islands

The European Union, through its increasing agricultural commodities trade (IACT) project, has assisted Bula Coffee in the ...

World’s most expensive coffee now being produced also in Coorg, India

India has delved into the production of civet coffee — the most expensive coffee in the world — which is made from the exc...

Sagada organic coffee from the Philippines wins prestigious award in Paris

Sagada, a town famous for its hanging coffins in Mountain Province of the Philippines, has been a producer of coffee and i...

Indian State of Nagaland on a mission to relaunch its coffee sector

KOHIMA, Nagaland, India – The department of Land Resources of the Indian state of Nagaland is on a mission to relaunch its coffee sector, after the failure experienced over 30 years ago, in the early 1980s. The department aims to replicate the success story of the rubber growing, which was successfully introduced in some districts ...