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Dak Lak is preparing for the 7th Buon Me Thuot coffee festival in March

BUON MA THUOT, Vietnam – Dak Lak is preparing for the 7th Buon Me Thuot coffee festival. The seventh edition of the annual Buon...

3,000 Vietnamese coffee farmers to benefit from new sustainability project

DAK LAK, Vietnam — Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) announced yesterday the launch of a new coffee sustainability project to benefit some 3,000 farmers in...

Umami Area in Vietnam: New Coffee Camps coming soon (Slideshow)

After the first coffee formation camp held last year in the Central Highlands, great demand for the discovery of this country, its coffee and...

Vietnam’s Central Highlands region whitened by blooming coffee flowers

CENTRAL HIGHLANDS, Vietnam – Both the flower shoot and the fruit set of the coffee flower, the fragrance, shape and colour of which are reminiscent of jasmine. At the end of spring, the Central Highlands is covered by the white colour of coffee flowers. Amidst the blazing sunshine of the Central Highlands, the coffee field ...

International coffee fair opened yesterday in Dak Lak Province, Vietnam

BUON MA THUOT, Vietnam – An international coffee fair themed “Quality Coffee for the Health of the Community” opened yesterday in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak. This year’s fair has attracted the participation of 234 businesses with 735 booths displaying mostly coffee and coffee-related products.

Vietnam’s Dak Nong province increases aid to the coffee growing sector

DAK NONG – The Central Highlands province of Dak Nong is providing better access to loans and training courses to farmers in an aim to increase productivity and quality of coffee farms. Lê Trọng Yên, director of the province’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, said authorities would help farmers understand ...

Vietnam: Daklak’s 6th Coffee Festival to kick off next month in Buon Ma Thuot City

HANOI, Vietnam – Daklak’s 6th Coffee Festival will kick off at the beginning of next month, aiming to attract record local participation and to...

Vietnam reduces coffee areas

Vietnam’s premier coffee growing region has replaced more than a hundred thousand hectares of the crop with other cash crops like cashew and pepper. Hit hard by drought and market ...

Interest in coffee farming wanes in Vietnam

Huynh Quoc Thich, deputy director of the Dak Lak Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, said farmers have become more cautious when choosing plants...

Vietnam to connect coffee belt with multi-billion infrastructure investment

The Vietnamese government will invest VND115 trillion dong ($5.1 billion) to boost transport infrastructure in the Central Highlands over the next four years, said...

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