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Asean Coffee Industry Development Conference to be held in November

The 1st ASEAN Coffee Industry Development Conference (ACID 2018) will be held during 22-25 November 2018 at Chiang Mai International Exhibition and Convention Centre,...

Colombian Federation reports decline in monthly production and export

MILAN – Colombia’s coffee production in February was 81,000 bags or 6.26% lower on year to 1,212,000 bags, according to the National Federation of...

Local government stirs up production in Philippines Cordillera Region

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet, The Philippines — To meet local demand and participate in the international market, the Department of Agriculture - Cordillera (DA-CAR) will undertake...

Colombian coffee production falls 2 percent in the last 12 months

BOGOTA, Colombia – As a consequence of the climatic effects through 2017 and the delay in flowering, production of Colombian coffee in the last...

Colombian coffee production closes calendar year 2017 at 14.2 mln bags

BOGOTÁ, Colombia – Within the forecasts of the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC), coffee production in Colombia, the world's largest producer of mild washed...

Ibge forecasts Brazilian coffee output for 2018/19 at 53.2 million bags

MILAN – Brazil will harvest 53.2 million bags of coffee in crop year 2018/19 up 14.9 percent on year, according to the first forecast...

Drought to affect Tanzania’s coffee production, says Coffee Board

ARUSHA – Tanzania’s coffee production is expected to go down in the next harvesting season, due to prolonged drought in the key producing areas,...

Uganda’s Strategic Plan aims to increase coffee output to 20 million bags

Today, Uganda joins the rest of the world for the 35th National World Food Day celebrations. The UN Governing Council November 1979 declared 16th...

India coffee output could hit 8-year low on weaker rainfall, pest attack

MILAN – Coffee production in India may fall to its lowest levels in eight year in CY 2017/18, according to a senior official one...

Colombian coffee production falls 22.5% in May due to delayed flowerings

BOGOTA, Colombia – Colombia, the world's leading producer of mild washed Arabica coffee, produced 901,000 60-kg bags in May, a 22.5% decrease compared to the nearly 1.2 million 60-kg bags produced in May 2016. This fall was the result of the heavy rains of 2017's first half, which significantly delayed flowerings.

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