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Mexico’s coffee production last season was the lowest in 20 years

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – Ongoing problems for Mexican coffee producers have resulted in the worst year ever for the industry with total output during the 2015-2016 harvest season of just over 2 million 69-kilogram sacks. During their heyday some 20 years ago, cafetaleros produced around 6.5 million sacks of coffee beans.

Ethiopia: Coffee Conference – Apt to Nurture Ethiopia’s Coffee Industry

Produced in over 50 developing countries, coffee is a key crop in generating rural income, providing significant employmen...

Ugandan coffee entrepreneur enters deal with Total

Instant coffee maker and exporter, Good African Coffee, entered into partnership with Total Uganda, an integrated oil and ...

The Dubai Coffee Museum: a coffee lover’s paradise in Fahidi

DUBAI - Coffee, as we all know, is an integral part of the culture of the Middle East. Given the fact that Dubai is popula...

How they make it: Kokako lifts the lid on roasting speciality coffee

Specialty coffee company Kokako, based in the trendy Auckland suburb of Grey Lynn, sources its certified organic, Fairtrad...

Uganda’s first-ever coffee auction to take place in January 2018

KAMPALA, Uganda – Uganda Coffee Development Authority in partnership with the African Fine Coffees Association will provid...

How two brothers established Café Neo, Lagos’ first coffee shop chain

LAGOS, Nigeria – Despite a number of African countries being significant coffee-producers – such as Ethiopia, Rwanda, Côte...

Papua New Guinea’s coffee company makes big stride to raise quality

EASTERN HIGHLANDS PROVINCE, Papua New Guinea – Papua New Guinea's Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd says having a team of newly qualified graders should lead to much higher returns for smallholder farmers. It has trained its first four Q graders, whose job it is to assess the quality of the coffee for acidity, body, flavour, aftertaste and ...

Coffee growers get boost with processing center at BSU

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet, Philippines - - The Department of Trade and Industry, in partnership with Benguet State Universi...

Philippine coffee featured for first time at Global Coffee Expo in Seattle

WASHINGTON, DC, U.S. – For the first time in Philippine coffee history, Philippine coffee varieties from different production areas were cupped and graded by certified Q graders from across the globe following the cupping protocol of the Specialty Coffee Association of America.