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GCP announces first Membership Assembly

The Global Coffee Platform is pleased to announce the opening of its 1st Membership Assembly. that will take place in Gene...

Ncba Clusa partners with El Salvador Government to support coffee farmers

Partnering officially with the Government of El Salvador last week, NCBA (National Cooperative Business Association) CLUSA...

Usaid and Starbucks partner on coffee yield improvement project in Colombia

Usaid and Starbucks partner to increase high-quality coffee production while helping Colombian youth build greater experti...

Coffee and honey protect biodiversity and generate incomes in Ethiopia

ESCHBORN/FREIBURG/HAMBURG, Germany – Sustainably produced fair-trade organic foods are enjoying a surge in demand in the E...

IICA promotes new approach to tackling coffee leaf rust in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Coffee farmers from nine communities in the Blue Mountain will today begin a two-day workshop where they will receive training in how to use a climate forecasting system developed by local and overseas scientists, to better prepare for coffee leaf rust infestation.

Starbucks distributes one million coffee trees to farmers

SEATTLE, U.S. – Starbucks Coffee Company has expanded its commitment to supporting the specialty coffee industry by addres...

Timor-Leste forms first coffee industry Association

Key stakeholders representing all segments of Timor-Leste’s coffee industry have come together to form the first professional coffee trade association in the producing origin’s two hundred-year history. The Timor-Leste Coffee Association ...

UTZ announces new Global Markets Director

UTZ’s leadership team has been strengthened with the appointment of a new Global Markets Director, Justin Leavenworth (in ...

African coffee farmers combat climate change

Ethiopia is known as the birthplace of coffee, and wild coffea arabica trees are common in Oromia, the nation’s larges...

European Union to help Fiji’s coffee industry after Winston Cyclone

NADROGA PROVINCE, Fiji – Yesterday, Bula Coffee co-founder, Luke Fryett, displayed the newly acquired mobile coffee processor in Nadroumai Village (Nadroga Province), which will allow Bula Coffee to expand its coffee supply base to isolated locations in Vanua Levu, thus increasing the company’s coffee supply and offering farmers new income.