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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...

Vietnam to replace ageing coffee plants with new high yield varieties

HANOI, Vietnam – Vietnam will grow young coffee plants or other plants in its current old coffee-growing areas to raise yi...

The new Head of Operations at Ico Gerardo Patacconi takes up post

Gerardo Patacconi, the new Head of Operations at the International Coffee Organization, has taken up his post. Mr Pataccon...

Vietnam to bring total area under coffee down to 600,000 ha by 2020

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam – Vietnam continues to replace old coffee tress. In the meantime, coffee polices aim to bring th...

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...

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...

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...

Towards a Diverse and Sustainable Coffee Culture

A Panel Discussion under the theme: “Towards a Diverse and Sustainable Coffee Culture” was held on March 07, 2016 followin...

USA – Clinton stops at Iowa coffee shop to kick off 2016 campaign

A good presidential campaign apparently requires a good shot of caffeine. Hillary Clinton's second presidential campai...

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...