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Tarrazú Coffee Expo to showcase some of the best coffee of Costa Rica

SAN MARCOS DE TARRAZÚ, Costa – The Tarrazú Coffee Expo will bring together 70 small and mid-size companies that will offer their coffees in...

Costa Rican Geisha sets new record price at Cup of Excellence action

Winning lots of the Costa Rica’s of Cup of Excellence set a new record for a single coffee in the history of the competition....

IICA contributes to consolidating the cocoa chain in Costa Rica

SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica — The Headquarters of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) hosted the Second National Cocoa Conference in Costa Rica,...

Coffee Expo Seoul 2018 at Coex’s Halls prepares to stir the coffee industry

SEOUL, South Korea — Coffee Expo Seoul 2018 invites to Coex’s Halls A and B for its annual Coffee festival filled with fresh espresso...

Costa Rican producers aim to increase their share in the South Korean coffee market

The Costa Rican coffee industry readies to take part in the Coffee Expo 2018, which is scheduled in Seoul from Apr. 5-8. The of...

An extraordinary coffee will be served at Cafés Saint-Henri in Montreal

MONTREAL, Canada — For a limited time, coffee geeks will have the opportunity to try a truly unique cup of coffee at Cafés Saint-Henri....

Starbucks opens Costa Rican coffee farm Hacienda Alsacia to visitors

ALAJUELA, Costa Rica — Starbucks Coffee Company opens the doors to its Visitor Center at Hacienda Alsacia, located on the company’s 600-acre (240 hectare)...

Viva el Café Festival to host Costa Rica’s National Barista Championship

MILAN – Costa Rica is hosting in February two different events related to coffee. Viva el Café Festival: The National Stadium in La Sabana,...

Costa Rica focuses on coffee to achieve its carbon neutrality goals

Costa Rica has set itself the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2021. To reach its ambitious climate targets, the country has put in...

Costa Rica’s production could suffer the consequences of climate change

SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica – The production of coffee around the world, including Costa Rica could be affected by climate change, stated experts and authorities in Colombia, which also warned no country is ready to face these problems. Because of how sensitive coffee plants are to small fluctuations in temperature as the temperature goes up ...

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