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Uganda’s coffee industry is trying to increase its share in the world market

Uganda’s coffee industry moves to penetrate the international market further, as it makes an appearance in the just concluded Coffee and Tea Expo held...

Here is why Canadians should demand a more eco-friendly cup of coffee

Coffee is Canada's most consumed beverage, even more than tap water. Coffee is the second-most traded commodity after crude oil, worth over $100 billion worldwide. The Coffee industry in Canada is around $10 billion. Of the traditional importing markets for coffee — North America, Europe and Japan, Canada is showing the fastest ...

Timor-Leste: Safer transport infrastructures mean a better cup of coffee

DILI, Timor Leste – “Ita gosta hemu café?” (Do you like to drink coffee?) is a standard greeting when visiting a Timorese home, given that 25% of all households in Timor-Leste grow their own coffee. And drinking fresh coffee in a Timorese home is quite an experience: always strong, black and loaded with sugar, with thick coffee grinds ...

Rwandan economy, with coffee, to grow by 6.2% in 2017, IMF says

The International Monetary Fund last week Wednesday forecast Rwanda's economy to grow by 6.2 percent in 2017, slightly up from the 6 percent seen...

VENEZUELA – Regulator sets new fair prices for chicken, sugar, rice & coffee

CARACAS – Venezuela’s Price Regulator has declared new "fair" prices for various foods. As reported on the Regulator’s website: A kilogram of sugar...

BRAZIL – The Coffee Economy, 1840-1930

The impact of coffee on the Brazilian economy was much stronger than that of sugar and gold. When the coffee surge began, Brazil was...

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