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World Coffee Producers Forum will become a not-for-profit

MEXICO CITY — The executive committee of the World Coffee Producers Forum (WCPF) met in Mexico City on 8 and 12 April, 201...

Sustainable Coffee Challenge forms partnership with Ico and Uganda

ARLINGTON, Va., U.S. — Today, the Sustainable Coffee Challenge announced new collaborations with the International Coffee ...
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National Coffee Association of USA Statement on U.S. withdrawal from the Ico

NEW YORK, NY, U.S. — The National Coffee Association USA (NCA) released the following statement today in response to the a...

In pursuit of great coffee: Usaid Hub supports buyers mission to Rwanda

The U.S. buyers from Boston, Salt Lake, San Antonio, and New York, chat excitedly about “washed and natural coffees”, idea...

Cabi partners with Iseal to support growers with pest and disease management

WALLINGFORD, UK — The Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International, or CABI, has joined forces with the ISEAL Inte...

International variety trial reports first data and a surprise finding in Laos

PORTLAND, U.S. – The World Coffee Research is a non-profit research and development program founded with participation or ...

Women in coffee will be the theme for the 2018 International Coffee Day

LONDON, UK — To mark International Women’s Day, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) is celebrating the role of wom...

Public-private partnerships lead to first certified coffee mill in El Salvador

During 2016 and 2017, NCBA CLUSA worked with El Salvador’s Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock programs, Amancer Rural a...

ICI, Nestlé help Didier Drogba Foundation open first school in Côte d’Ivoire

Children in Pokou-Kouamekro, Côte d’Ivoire, as well as their families, have a good reason to be happy – they can now go to...

Colombian coffee region embarks on partnership to boost tourism

BOGOTA – Colombia’s main coffee-growing region, the central province of Risaralda, has invested close to 20 billion pesos to boost tourism, Gov. Sigifredo Salazar Osorio told EFE. The funds will be used to promote several programs, some of which involve industry partnerships with the public sector, the governor said at the Colombian Association