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Mars and FAO extend their partnership

MCLEAN, Virginia, USA – Food safety is of paramount importance at Mars. As a global food manufacturer, we believe we have a responsibility to...

Innovative technology can curb child labour in coffee growing sector

ROME, Italy – With agriculture accounting for the bulk of child labour globally and the numbers involved growing, the Food and Agriculture Organization of...

International Tea Day 2023: Supporting smallholder tea producers is essential for the future of agrifood systems

ROME, Italy – The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Saturday kicked off a global celebration for International Tea Day 2023...

EU provides €82 mln for initiative for rural communities in Papua New Guinea

PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea - FAO welcomed the European Union's support for a development project in Papua New Guinea that aims to support...

Global tea consumption and production on the rise across the globe, says Fao

According to the new report launched by the Intergovernmental Group on Tea (IGG/Tea) of the FAO, global tea consumption and production are projected to...

Workshop to discuss integration of smallholders in the value chain

ROME, Italy – Credible data assess that tea smallholders cultivate around 70% of the global tea acreage and produce about 60% of the worlds...

UN agency helps farmers in Latin America broaden their market horizons

Improving market access, particularly beyond national borders, for family farmers and small and medium agriculture enterprises in the Latin America and Caribbean region can...

FAO Intergovernmental Group on Tea has a new officer in charge

ROME – The FAO Intergovernmental Group on Tea has a new officer in charge: Senior Economist, Jean Luc MASTAKI NAMEGABE PhD has replaced Kaison CHANG since start 2017. The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation has its headquarters in Rome Italy. In charge of monitoring the global food supply via the global agriculture ...

Single serve coffee producers vie to tempt Southeast Asia’s drinkers

JAKARTA -- Southeast Asia hosts some of the world's leading coffee growers and exporters, such as Indonesia and Vietnam, the world's fourth- and second-biggest producers respectively. Neighbors such as East Timor, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines and Thailand are home to smaller coffee-growing regions.

International Atomic Energy Agency training addresses devastating coffee disease

VIENNA, Austria - Coffee, one of the world’s most-traded commodities, is increasingly threatened by a disease known as coffee leaf rust. Experts from Central America,...

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