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1st World Coffee Producers Forum

BioNovelus attends First World Coffee Producers Forum in Colombia

PHOENIX, U.S. – BioNovelus (ONOV) CEO and Founder, Jean Ekobo, took a prominent role in the First World Coffee Producers Forum in Medellin, Colombia, July 10 to 12. The forum was organized by a conglomerate of coffee producing countries. It brought together key players from the coffee production chain including exporters, importers ...

“Adding 5 cents to a cup of coffee wouldn’t really help the producers”

MILAN – Regarding yesterday’s article “Fair trade is not doing enough for coffee – senior UN advisor Jeffrey Sachs”, we have received the following...

First World Coffee Producers Forum’s Final Declaration adopted in Medellin

MEDELLIN, Colombia – The First World Coffee Producers Forum met in the city of Medellin, Colombia, on July 12, 2017, and considering that profitability of coffee farming in many producing countries faces a critical situation, even going through periods of losses, due to different factors such as …

Coffee is an anchor for rural development–former US president Bill Clinton

MEDELLIN, Colombia – Former US President Bill Clinton, recognized for his poverty alleviation and rural development efforts, said coffee is an anchor for rural development during his participation in the 1st World Coffee Producers Forum. Mr. Clinton participated in the panel “Economic Sustainability and Rural Development to ...

Angola wants to become again a major world coffee producer country

MEDELLIN, Colombia – Angola expects to produce 50,000 tons of coffee by 2022, six times more than the production of 8,000 tonnes recorded in the period from September 2016 to June 2017, the Angolan ambassador to Brazil,Nelson Cosme said on Wednesday in Medellin, Colombia. Cosme, speaking on behalf of ...

World Coffee Producers Forum plots roadmap to face common challenges

MEDELLIN, Colombia – The first World Coffee Producers Forum, which brought together representatives of the whole coffee value chain, concluded this Wednesday with a Final Declaration that includes an Action Plan to face common challenges, among other specific measures.

Global Coffee producers gather in Colombia to talk industry challenges

MEDELLIN, Colombia – The first ever World Coffee Producers Forum wrapped up in one of the world’s top coffee producing countries, Colombia. Experts from over forty countries across Asia, Africa and Latin America, addressed sustainability challenges to this globally important crop.

ICO head expresses concerns about long-term world coffee supplies

MEDELLIN, Colombia – The executive director of the International Coffee Organization (ICO) José Sette said on Tuesday that he was "concerned" about global coffee supplies over the next five years because of low prices and climate change. "In many countries, prices are not considered remunerable ...

1st World Coffee Producers Forum kicks off today in Medellin, Colombia

BOGOTA – Colombia will be this week in the spotlight of the global coffee industry, starting by the producers, who will be the protagonists. Few times, since the end of the International Coffee Agreement between coffee-producing and consuming countries in 1989, when the market was liberalized ...

President Clinton to participate in First World Coffee Producers Forum

BOGOTA, Colombia – President Bill Clinton, the Founder of the Clinton Foundation & 42nd President of the United States, will address the World Coffee Producers Forum, which will be held in Medellin, Colombia, on July 10-12, 2017. President Clinton, whose global work in Africa, Latin America, and around the world has been instrumental in the fight ...

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