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Cameroon selects Edenred’s digital solutions for its coffe and cocoa subsidy program

MALAKOFF, France – With the Agri solution, offered by Edenred, the world leader in specific-purpose payment solutions, Cameroon’s government is setting up a digital...

Fairtrade and Grow Ahead team up to deliver climate mitigation solutions for coffee farmers

BONN, Germany - A new partnership launched by Fairtrade, the world’s most recognized label for social justice and sustainability, and Grow Ahead, a leading...

Fairtrade farmers increasingly threatened by climate change, warns ‘alarming’ new study

BONN, Germany – The intensifying impacts of climate change pose a serious risk to global agricultural production and directly threaten the livelihoods of millions...

Ucda rolls out new coffee handbooks to guide farmers and investors in Uganda

KAMPALA, Uganda – Government of Uganda has been pushing for the export of 20million bags of coffee per annum and has in the process...

Speaking with the producer Pérez: ‘Being a coffee grower can mean a life of uncertainty’

MILAN - In a little region named Agua Dulce, Cuilco, near Mexico’s border representing one of the most important coffee zones in Huehuetenango known...

The 2018 year-end report of Coffee Kids is now available on line

BROOKLYN, NY, U.S. – The Coffee Kids year-end report is available on line. The report provide updates on the activities of Coffee Kids, a...

Cargill doubles sustainable sourced cocoa in Ghana, benefitting 13,000 farmers

The amount of sustainable cocoa sourced by Cargill in Ghana has doubled since the establishment of its own licensed buying company (LBC) model, and...

Future of coffee depends on adequate income for farmers, study shows

BUDAPEST, Hungary – A pilot study by Fairtrade International and True Price shows that despite sustainability pledges in the coffee sector, many coffee farmers struggle to make ends meet. Fairtrade calls for a ...

How Tanzania’s coffee farmers are changing people’s lives

Parked on a bench on Bleecker Street in Manhattan on a dingy Saturday afternoon, I tallied 11 coffees in various forms being clutched, sipped,...

Cocoa industry could lose a generation of growers, farmer warns

Unless the international cocoa industry does more to involve farmers it will risk losing a generation of cocoa growers, Fairtrade farmer Portin Bley from Ivory Cooast told the London Chocolate Forum ...

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