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Jamaican government brewing new strategy to relaunch the coffee industry

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Jamaican government is looking at long-term solutions to relaunch the country’s coffee industry on...

Impact of rise in Vat still to be assessed in the Irish coffee shop market

DUBLIN, Ireland – The Irish restaurant and tourism industry entered the New Year with the threat of Brexit looming and the...

Colombia’s new Ministry of Agriculture highlights achievements in 2018

BOGOTA, Colombia — At the end of 2018 and to take stock of the first four months at the head of the Colombian  Ministry of...

Synergy between coffee and tourism can boost the Ugandan economy

KAMPALA, Uganda – The synergy between the tourism and coffee sub-sectors will be instrumental to getting Uganda’s economy ...

Bca welcomes the Government’s decision not to introduce a tax on disposable cups

CHARLBURY, UK – The British Coffee Association (BCA) supports the Government’s decision not to implement a tax on paper cu...

Ghana to introduce cocoa consumption into School Feeding Programme

ACCRA, Ghana — As part of the efforts to acknowledge the work of cocoa farmers to the Ghanaian economy and to promote coco...

Cadbury owner Mondelēz is stockpiling chocolate in case of no deal Brexit

Mondelēz International, the owner of the Cadbury brand, is reportedly stockpiling ingredients, chocolates and biscuits as ...

Colombia announces new scheme to help struggling coffee farmers

BOGOTA, Colombia – Colombia has announced an extraordinary scheme to bring relief to the coffee sector and help struggling...

FNC calls the global industry and the national government on falling coffee prices

Faced with the recent fall below 1 USD/lb of the international price of coffee in the New York Stock Exchange, the Steerin...

NAMA encourages members to file comments on Prop 65 changes

CHICAGO, U.S. — Robert Donohue, Canteen Corporation and Chair of CAVC’s Government Affairs committee, joined Sandy Larson,...