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Kenya: New plan brewing to make farming of coffee profitable again

ROME, Italy – A coffee farmers union in Kenya has come up with a four-year strategy that it hopes will get the ailing sub-...

Ministry to promulgate new regulations for coffee blending in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries says steps are being taken to promulgate...

Drinking coffee on planes is safe. Outdated information is the real threat

After a day of breathing dry, re-circulated air in the airport and on the plane, a cool glass of water or a comforting cup...

Vancouver City Council wants public consultation on disposable cups

VANCOUVER, Canada – Vancouver is pushing ahead with a plan to shift away from coffee cups and other single-use items cluttering up trash cans. City council voted unanimously Tuesday to support public consultations on how to reduce disposable cups, foam takeout containers and plastic bags – with the result being a potential outright ban on items.

Kenyan government to gazette new regulations to boost coffee earnings

NAIROBI, Kenya – Kenya plans to gazette coffee regulations next month that will help to boost earnings from the sector. ...

Adapting labor regulations to the realities of the Colombian coffee growing sector

BOGOTA, Colombia – The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) are working together to adapt labor regulations ...

US FTC wins summary judgment against pitchman of deceptive green coffee weight-loss ads

At the request of the Federal Trade Commission, a U.S. district court judge issued a summary decision and judgment against...

European food and beverage companies get green light to use new sweetener options

MINNEAPOLIS, U.S. – With the European Commission amending its current steviol glycocide specifications on Nov. 3, 2016, Eu...

South Korean government to restrict ads of caffeinated foods and beverages

SEOUL, South Korea — High-caffeine foods and drinks will be restricted from media ads starting in November, the government...

Coffee’s role in the future of a peaceful Colombia

A few weeks ago, some exciting and hopeful news came out of Colombia.  You might have missed it, as It was predictably los...