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Nestlé opens Quirino province coffee buying station in the Philippines

MANILA, Philippines – A Nestlé satellite coffee buying station was recently opened in Diffun, Quirino province in North Luzon to enable producers in the area to sell their green coffee beans with greater convenience consistent with prevailing world market price. Nestlé coffee buying stations in the country are all located strategically ...

Report says your coffee contains a bunch of insect or insect fragments

PENNSYLVANIA, U.S. – What goes well with coffee? The last thing you’d guess would probably be insects — but you’d be wrong. If you have a cup of coffee in your hands, you're probably drinking them right now. According to a report by Terro, an insect control company based in Pennsylvania, coffee and other common household goods ...

Green Intermediate course at Nuova Simonelli factory on July 4-5

BELFORTE DEL CHIENTI, Italy – On July 4-5 Nuova Simonelli will host the Green intermediate course (Coffee Diploma System) with Alberto Polojac, green coffee expert.

Vietnamese firms aim for higher profits by selling processed coffee

DAK LAK, Vietnam - Vietnamese coffee companies are trying to export processed products instead of raw materials, while in the domestic market, they are attempting to change consumer habits with the message ‘clean coffee’. After deciding to spend VND1 trillion to develop hi-tech agriculture in Dak Lak province last week ...

Mercon Coffee Group is launching Robusta coffee from Nicaragua

MANAGUA, Nicaragua – Mercon Coffee Group is launching Robusta coffee from Nicaragua for export. The company made the announcement at the 2017 Global Specialty Coffee Expo in Seattle and is now offering washed and natural Robusta coffees from this origin. For the past 10 years, the company has been the pioneer of Robusta coffee production ...

Vietnam in gradual shift to exporting more roast and ground coffee

BINH DUONG, Vietnam – The TNI King Coffee Factory that recently opened in Vietnam's southern province of Binh Duong is the latest player to join the race to ship more finished coffee products from the world's second-biggest producer. With an investment of ...

Cepea says 20% of the Brazilian Arabica 2016/17 crop is left to be traded

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The arabica volume left from the 2016/17 season at growers and cooperatives is around 20% of the production, considering regions surveyed by Cepea. In the same period last year, roughly 15% of the crop was still available to be traded. Most part of this product left in 2017 has intermediate quality, but there is also ...

Growing your own coffee beans in New Zealand – it’s not impossible

Waking up, picking a handful of beans from the coffee bush on the coffee table, a quick roast, grind and brew, and a homeg...

Olam meets demand for certified Arabica

LONDON, UK – Two Olam International (“Olam”) coffee plantations in Africa have achieved Rainforest Alliance and UTZ certif...

Ethiopia to start electronic coffee trading in three towns

Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Marketing Development Authority finished preparations to start electronic coffee trading in three...