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Local government to introduce coffee growing in India’s Kalimpong

DARJEELING, India – The Gorkhaland Territorial Administration is all set to introduce coffee plantation in Kalimpong so th...

Ugandan government exhorted to support coffee businesses through e-commerce

Ever since Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) signed up on the Uganda Electronic Single Window (UESW) platform las...

Philippine government sees coffee industry growing under roadmap

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) expects the Philippine coffee sector to grow substantially. As reported in the ...

Philippines’ DTI sees bright prospects ahead for the coffee industry

While the Philippines consumes as much coffee as countries such as the United States, Brazil, Japan, and the European Unio...

The United States announces the withdraw from the International Coffee Agreement

MILAN – The United States is leaving the International Coffee Organization (ICO). In fact, the Government of the US has an...

National Coffee Association statement on Wednesday’s Prop. 65 Ruling

NEW YORK, U.S. — Wednesday’s ruling in a long-standing legal case concerning coffee companies and California’s Prop. 65 ha...

Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire sign Abidjan Declaration on the cocoa sector

Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire have resolved to address the challenges of the cocoa sector, within the framework of the implement...

Kraft Heinz’s purchase of Cerebos will not include fresh coffee business

Kraft Heinz’s acquisition of the food and instant coffee business of Cerebos Gregg's has been conditionally approved by th...

Philippines leaders see bright prospects for the domestic coffee industry

The attainment of the goals set in the country’s coffee roadmap is determined by public and private convergence thus, prog...

Uk Government promises no effective action for coffee cup waste

LONDON, UK — The British Government has refused to take any decisive action on the complex issue of coffee cups – includin...