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Virtual Buyer Seller/Business Networking Meet held at the Embassy of India in Rome

ROME, Italy – A Virtual Buyer Seller/Business Networking Meet was organized on September 21st by the Embassy of India, Rome along with the Coffee...

Coffee Board of India registers 30,000 farmers on blockchain marketplace

MILAN – After a tepid launch earlier this year, the Coffee Board of India‘s (CBoI) blockchain coffee marketplace is seeing rising demand. The platform...

Indian Coffee Board to implement pilot blockchain-based e-marketplace

MILAN — The Coffee Board of India  is trialling a blockchain-based e-marketplace, with the aim of integrating coffee farmers with markets. In a development that...

Coffee Board of India delegation interacts with Iccc members

TORONTO, Canada — Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce met the visiting Coffee Board of India delegation at the ICCC headquarters on 12th March 2019....

Coffee Board of India lowers its estimate of coffee production for 2018/19

MILAN – The Coffee Board of India has lowered its forecast for the 2018/19 coffee crop. The Post Monsoon Crop Estimate based on crop...

Heavy rainfall may have destroyed 82,000 tonnes of coffee crop in India

The Union government of India is currently assessing the losses suffered by coffee planters due to the heavy rainfall that battered plantations in Wayanad...

Bangalore to host 7th India International Coffee Festival in January

BANGALORE, India – India Coffee Trust in association with Coffee Board on Thursday announced the seventh edition of India International Coffee Festival (IICF) in...

Indian State of Nagaland on a mission to relaunch its coffee sector

KOHIMA, Nagaland, India – The department of Land Resources of the Indian state of Nagaland is on a mission to relaunch its coffee sector, after the failure experienced over 30 years ago, in the early 1980s. The department aims to replicate the success story of the rubber growing, which was successfully introduced in some districts ...

Indian coffee exports may fall as much as 20 percent in current year

KOCHI, India – Indian coffee exports are likely to fall 15-20% in the current year as exporters haven’t got enough orders for the coming months. As per Coffee Board’s export data for the period from January 1 to July 17, 2017, the total export volumes were at 216,926 tonnes – a marginal drop compared to same period last year.

Boje Gowda appointed new chairman of the Coffee Board of India

NEW DELHI, India - Prabhat Kamal Bezboruah and M S Boje Gowda were today appointed as chairmen of the Tea Board and the Coffee Board, respectively. Bezboruah is a leading tea association industrialist and Gowda is a renowned coffee grower. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved their appointments ...

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