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Weather in Central America, possible damages to coffee crops push up arabica prices

SAO PAULO, Brazil – Arabica coffee prices increased sharply in the Brazilian market in November, reflecting the international valuations for this variety, which, in...

Cirad and Catie renew their partnership for coffee projects in Central America

MILAN – CIRAD, the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development, and CATIE – the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center, based in...

German researcher analyses conditions for carbon-neutral coffee production

HOHENHEIM (Germany) — Producing carbon-neutral coffee is a possibility that is already being tested in Central America and could be made even more efficient...

Starbucks to provide emergency relief to smallholder farmers in Central America

SEATTLE, U.S. — In response to critically low coffee prices in Central America, Starbucks  announced today a commitment of up to $20 million to...

World Coffee Research varieties catalog goes global with a major update

PORTLAND, OR, U.S. – Last week, the World Coffee Research (WCR) launched a major update to its Arabica Coffee Varieties catalog, expanding it to...

Coffee exports from Honduras top 4 million bags in the October-April period

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Coffee exports from Honduras, Central America’s largest producer and exporter, surged 15.2 percent in April thanks to an increase in output, the National Coffee Institute (IHCAFE) reported on Tuesday. Coffee sales abroad rose to 821,318 60-kg bags last month, compared to 713,122 bags in April 2016 ...

Taiwan helps fight coffee rust disease in Central America

Taiwan ambassador to Honduras Joseph Kuo and Nick Rischbieth, executive president of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) signed an agreement to provide loans to Central American countries ...

Honduras coffee exports up 2.1 percent in Oct-Jan

MILAN – Honduras’ National Coffee Institute, or IHCAFE reported on Monday a 1.9 percent increase in exports in January. Shipments from Central America’s biggest...

Gelato World Tour turns to the Americas

Rimini, January 26, 2016 – After triumphant public response in Asia for the stages in Singapore and Tokyo in 2016, the Gelato World Tour...

Xylella fastidiosa introduction to Europe traced back to Central America

By Elizabeth Fichtner* The recent outbreak of the plant bacterium Xylella fastidiosa in southern Italy illustrates the potential for introduced organisms to incite widespread havoc...

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