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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 ...

Papua New Guinea coffee goes places — from Helsinki to Rarotonga

Patrick Killoran is one of Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand’s colourful clients. The tall gangly Australian has been opera...

World’s most oil-dependent country looks to coffee

The world's most oil-dependent country is hooked on coffee. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced today that it's investing $3.18 million...

Watch the three new episodes of the talent show Barista & Farmer

Barista & Farmer, the first international talent show dedicated entirely to the world of top-quality coffee, has relea...

Uganda: increased production boosts expectations for the new season

KAMPALA, Uganda – A coffee replanting initiative, which started nearly five years ago, is expected to boost the country’s crop volumes starting this year. “We are seeing an increase in the coffee export volumes this year as the crops we started planting more than three years ago in the replanting exercise have started to yield,” said ...

Gayo Arabica coffee recognized by the UE as collective trademark

JAKARTA, Indonesia – Gayo Arabica coffee has officially been recognized by the European Union (EU) as a trademark following the issuance of the coffee's collective trademark registration certificate. The certificate issued by the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market was given to Central Aceh Regent Nasaruddin by the Law and Human Rights ...

The challenge and opportunity of fair trade coffee in Mexico And Guatemala

CACAHOATAN, Chiapas — The lives of thousands of small-scale coffee growers in Latin America and Mexico are better off beca...

From hillsides in South Sudan to coffee cups in France

Nespresso has recently announced the launch of Suluja ti South Sudan, the first coffee to be exported from South Sudan. Bu...

Change is brewing for Haitian coffee farmers

Brazil dominates the market today, but in the late 18th century Haiti exported half the world’s supply of coffee. Over the...

Tree kangaroo-friendly coffee – a triple win story in nature conservation

Business is increasingly regarded as a key player in leading nature conservation. This week IUCN is engaging with represen...