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Coffee growers in Laos are turning to sustainable agricultural practices

Families from the Lao Tribe in the south are leading the way by turning away from a number of non-organic fertilisers that are used...

Coffee farming: No longer a man’s world

Coffee production may be a man’s world throughout much of Latin America—but not on Myleydi Araya’s two and a half acres in the Tarrazú...

Uganda coffee sales could reach historic highs

The Uganda Coffee Development Authority expects coffee exports to reach this year a historic high of 3.8 million bags, despite the challenge of unpredictable...

Cultivating progress: farming in Eritrea

*By Ondrus and Thomas Tiedemann, EU Delegation in Eritrea Standing amongst his coffee trees, Husen Mohamed Jimie Shibot is pleased with his current crop. “I...

CAMEROON – Coffee farmers blame government for production drops

DOUALA – The 2014 farming season is unfurling against a backdrop of swelling despair for Cameroon’s coffee sector. Harvests of the nation’s once-blooming cash...

CENTRAL AMERICA – Costa Rican coffee industry set to receive nearly $2 million

The Costa Rican coffee industry is set to get a boost in funding to go towards improved farming practises and techniques, benefitting around 800...

COCOA – Fairtrade farmers welcome Ferrero commitment

BONN, Germany – Fairtrade cocoa farmers have received another major boost as Ferrero announced its collaboration with Fairtrade at the International Fairtrade Conference in...

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