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Tanzanian farmers to get improved coffee seedlings

TANZANIA Coffee Research Institute (TaCRI) will distribute to farmers improved varieties of coffee seedlings to boost production as it marks international coffee day tomorrow. TaCRI...

Barry Callebaut and Prova to launch joint project empowering vanilla farmers

ZURICH, Switzerland - Barry Callebaut, the world's leading producer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa, and Prova, one of the world's premier manufacturers of vanilla...

Change is brewing for Haitian coffee farmers

Brazil dominates the market today, but in the late 18th century Haiti exported half the world’s supply of coffee. Over the intervening 200-plus years,...

Filipino cacao farmers start online petition for membership in Icco

Filipino cacao farmers have started an online petition for government to sign the membership agreement of the International Cacao Organization (ICCO) and expand the...

Colombia may announce new stabilisation fund in June

MILAN - Colombia is almost ready to launch a new fund to stabilise coffee prices paid to producers. The scheme may be announced next...

Cocoa industry reform needed to stop farmers from being left behind

GENEVA, Switzerland -​ Cocoa farmers in some of the world's poorest countries are scarcely benefitting from a value chain which sees goods made from...

Vietnam works to ensure water security

HANOI, Vietnam - Vietnam must take drastic measures to tackle drought and saline intrusion to help ensure water security and prevent the politicisation of...

US-based ECO News channel vows to promote Ethiopian Coffee

The American news channel, ECO News, has pledged to promote Jimma coffee brand across the United States of America. The promoting will encourage farmers...

Indonesian coffee farmers grapple with climate of uncertainty

by Fitri Hasibuan* Glora Padang, a young farmer in the Indonesian province of North Sumatra, learned how to grow coffee from his parents, who five...

Cocobod increases seedlings to cocoa farmers

The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has increased its free distribution of cocoa seedlings to farmers from 50 million to 60 million across the country....

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