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Puerto Rico commits $1.4 million to repair the facilities of the Coffee Trade Program

GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico – Puerto Rico's agricultural industry is preparing to receive over $2.6 million from the Federal Eme...

Hawaii coffee producers face hard times with no help from federal relief program

MILAN – The congressional delegation from Hawaii has urged the U.S. Department of Agriculture to expand its coronavirus re...
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Government of Guatemala announces its intention to withdraw from the Ico

MILAN – The Government of Guatemala confirmed on Thursday its intention to leave the International Coffee Organization (IC...

Bca: «Food suppliers to the hospitality industry have become the squeezed middle»

CHIPPING NORTON, UK – The British Coffee Association (BCA), alongside more than 20 organisations from across the ‘farm-to-...

Starbucks reverses policy and allows employees to wear Black Lives Matter clothing

MILAN — Starbucks said Friday that employees will be allowed to wear clothing and accessories in support of Black Lives Ma...

Honduras allocates funds and resources to support coffee producers

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – The government of Honduras through an executive order declared as national priority supporting foo...

Welsh Government to support Climate Change Coffee Partnership

CARDIFF, Wales, UK – More than 3,000 Fairtrade farmers in rural Uganda will be supported by a Welsh Government - backed pa...

Colombia launches $60 million coffee fund to support prices, boost quality

MILAN – In a bid to help coffee farmers improve their revenues, Colombia is launching a special fund worth 218 billion pes...

Switzerland to keep emergency coffee stockpile after public outcry

MILAN — After a public outcry, Switzerland has reconsidered a proposal to put an end to the emergency coffee stockpile for...

Mexico calls for Mesoamerican countries to join together to influence coffee prices

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – At the 17th Summit of the Tuxtla Mechanism and on behalf of the Government of Mexico, the Secretary ...