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Cultivating progress: farming in Eritrea

*By Ondrus and Thomas Tiedemann, EU Delegation in Eritrea Standing amongst his coffee trees, Husen Mohamed Jimie Shibot i...

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...

Nestlé launches The Coffee Aroma Scholarship in Kenya

VEVEY, Switzerland - Nestlé has launched a US$33,500 scholarship programme aimed at improving the level of education in ei...
Ico coffee market

Market leaders sign historic declaration on the economic sustainability of coffee

LONDON, UK ‒ Leading coffee roasters and traders signed an historic declaration on the economic sustainability of the worl...

USA – Yemen specialty coffee sector featured at upcoming trade events

WASHINGTON D.C. – A delegation from Yemen and representatives of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)’s C...

Vacancies at the International Cocoa Organization, Abidjan

The International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) is seeking highly qualified and dynamic individuals to work at its new headqua...

Award-winning project may help revive coffee farming in Dominica

MIAMI, U.S. — Five-year-old Ezra Remer was thrilled when his mother would let him take small sips of her café mocha. Thus ...
development report

Ico’s Coffee Development Report 2019 (Cdr19) is available for download

LONDON, UK – The Coffee Development Report 2019 (CDR19) is the first issue of the new economic flagship publication of the...

FAO Intergovernmental Group on Tea has a new officer in charge

ROME – The FAO Intergovernmental Group on Tea has a new officer in charge: Senior Economist, Jean Luc MASTAKI NAMEGABE PhD has replaced Kaison CHANG since start 2017. The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation has its headquarters in Rome Italy. In charge of monitoring the global food supply via the global agriculture ...

Nespresso and TechnoServe help revive high quality coffee production in South Sudan

Nespresso had been the first major coffee company to re-enter South Sudan in 2011.The company and its partner TechnoServe ...