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Uganda launched its first online auctions for Arabica coffee on Tuesday

Uganda launched the first electronic auction of its coffee on Tuesday, in a bid to better position its products on the int...

Market for green coffee bean extracts to rise at an attractive growth rate

The global market for green coffee bean extracts is poised to rise at an attractive growth rate over 2013–2018.  The risin...

Chongqing Municipality has become the largest coffee trade hub in China

The Chongqing Municipality, in Southwest China, has become the largest coffee trade hub in the country surpassing Shanghai...

First Watch introduces Coffee Program with a Cause with Mujeres en Café

UNIVERSITY PARK, FL, U.S. – First Watch, the popular breakfast, brunch and lunch concept, announced today that it has part...

Klem Organics are bringing their specialty coffees to the United States

MIAMI, FL, U.S. – Klem Organics - a company from Minas Gerais in Brazil,  specializes in bringing to other businesses the ...

U.S. Customs determines coffee bean country of origin is where roasted

Last month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) published its final determination that the country where raw green ...

Youngevity International receives purchase contracts for Nicaraguan coffee

MIAMI, FL, U.S. – Youngevity International, a leading omni-direct lifestyle company, today announced its wholly owned subs...

Sandalj creates the culture of specialty coffee at Host Milano 2017

TRIESTE, Italy – Sandalj Trading Company returns to Host with an intense programme of cup tasting sessions with a focus on...

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 ...