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BCA launches new Sustainability Mission for the UK coffee industry

CHARLBURY, Oxon, U.K. – The British Coffee Association (BCA) has just published its first Sustainability Mission statement...

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 ...

Drinking coffee on planes is safe. Outdated information is the real threat

After a day of breathing dry, re-circulated air in the airport and on the plane, a cool glass of water or a comforting cup...

SCA Statement on Dubai as a Host of the World Coffee Championships

MILAN – SCA, the Specialty Coffee Association, issued yesterday the following statement concerning the World Coffee Champi...

Coffee prices fall, after reaching 4‐month highs, as market is well‐supplied

LONDON – The ICO composite indicator rallied briefly to above 135 US cents/lb but quickly fell back to the level of June. ...

FNC launches global call to make coffee harvesting more efficient

BOGOTA, Colombia – The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) recently launched a global call for making selective coff...

National sustainability curriculum of Arabica launched in Indonesia

The Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) has launched a National Sustainability Curriculum for Arabica (NSC-A)...

ICCO Cocoa Market Review: average price unchanged in August

ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire – The current review of the cocoa market situation reports on cocoa price movements on the internat...

SCA’s first sustainability conference “Avance” to take place in October

MILAN – SCA is launching “Avance”, its first sustainability conference. The event will take place on 11-12 October 2017 in Guatemala City, at the headquarters of Anacafé, the national coffee association of Guatemala. The conference is named after the Spanish word for “advance”, or “move forward”. This title ...