Friday 27 January 2023
- Advertisement -spot_img

TAG

domestic consumption

Jamaica’s government wants to increase domestic consumption of Blue Mountain coffee

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MoAF) and the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce (MIIC) of Jamaica have embarked on...

Brazilian coffee consumption expected to grow at a lower pace in 2019, says Abic

MILAN – According to the Coffee Industry Association of Brazil (Abic), domestic consumption will rise at a lower rate in 2019, after a 5%...

Ilocos Sur coffee wins Best Quality in Philippine Coffee Quality Competition

Bigger market opportunities await the coffee industry of Ilocos Sur as the locally produced Robusta coffee from the said province was hailed as the...

Cepea: Brazil’s exportations in 2017/18 continue to move at a slow pace

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – Green coffee shipments started 2018 at a slow pace and may continue slow throughout this 2017/18 season. According to the...

Cameroon’s Festicoffee 2017 promoted domestic coffee consumption

YAOUNDE, Cameroon – According to Cameroon Tribune, the fifth edition of Cameroon’s National Cocoa and Coffee Board, NCCB, Festicoffee took place at the Yaounde Multipurpose Sports Complex with about 200 participants from different sectors of the industry in Cameroon.

Indonesians are drinking more coffee, local output remains uncertain

JAKARTA, Indonesia – Every year, the archipelago is jockeying with Colombia for the title of “the world’s third largest coffee producer.” As the country’s middle-class has grown in recent years – and local demand for coffee continues to rise – the price consumers pay in the supermarket for their favourite bag of ground arabica depends on rainfall in Indonesia.

Philippine Government enjoin coffee stakeholders in pushing the industry forward

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines - - The Philippine Coffee industry has a strong potential to be a key player in bringing in sustainable and inclusive...

Uganda aims to boost production and domestic consumption

On October 1, 2016, the 77 member states of the International Coffee Organisation (ICO) and doPreUganda Mediaf coffee associations from around the globe celebrated...

Tanzania’s coffee output close to one million bags

Coffee exports earned Tanzania US$135 million in foreign exchange during the 2015/2026 farming season as the country produced 59,000 metric tons, which is above average...

Brazil, The Coffee Nation

The Brazil Specialty Coffee Association (BSCA) and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil), with yet another action of the Brazilian Specialty and...

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img