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World Bank to provide US$238 million to reform rice, coffee industries

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved $315 million in two credits for Vietnam to support the government’s...

Huge youth employment and business opportunities in Africa’s cocoa sector

The African Development Bank and the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) are poised to boost business opportunities in...

Cooperation at Expo – ‘The Future of Development Cooperation in the Cacao-Chocolate industry’

“The Future of Development Cooperation in the Cacao-Chocolate Industry” is the theme of an encounter which took place on 2...

IDB partners with IFC, Exportadora Atlantic and Starbucks to help Nicaraguan farmers combat coffee rust disease

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will provide long-term loans to help Nicaraguan coffee farmers combat the devast...

Starbucks more than doubles global farmer loan commitment to $50 million by 2020

Starbucks Coffee Company has announced an additional commitment of $30 million as part of its Global Farmer Fund program, ...

Dominican Republic commits to strengthening cocoa sector for 40,000 farmers

In a landmark agreement signed by the Government of the Dominican Republic (GoDR), the National Cocoa Commission (NCC) and...

EU supports efforts to fight the coffee leaf rust

The European Commission announced last week around €230 million to support the efforts towards the sustainable development...

Starbucks places high price on Rwandan premium coffee

Starbucks places high price on Rwandan premium coffee. Rwanda will this year fetch more than $3 million from 14,400 bags o...

Jacobs Foundation launches TRECC to partner with World Cocoa Foundation’s CocoaAction

Jacobs Foundation launches TRECC to partner with World Cocoa Foundation's CocoaAction. Yesterday, at the Clinton Global In...

EU supports people in Guatemala & Honduras affected by drought and coffee rust

EU supports people in Guatemala & Honduras affected by drought and coffee rust. The United Nations World Food Programm...