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South Korean government to ban coffee from school campuses

In an effort to encourage children and teenagers to develop healthy eating habits, the South Korean government is to ban coffee from all school...

Karnataka government to promote tourism in coffee-growing districts

Karnataka would promote its scenic coffee-growing districts in the Malnad region as tourist spots during the India International Coffee Festival in Bengaluru from January...

Unido and illycaffè will help boost the Ethiopian coffee industry

BRASILIA, Brazil – Ethiopia’s Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Eyasu Abreha, has met Brazil’s Vice-Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, Eumar Roberto Novack,...

Vietnam to replace ageing coffee plants with new high yield varieties

HANOI, Vietnam – Vietnam will grow young coffee plants or other plants in its current old coffee-growing areas to raise yield. The country currently has...

Cuban government plans to revive the once flourishing coffee industry

The Cuban government intended to revive the once flourishing coffee industry in the country, offering attractive wages in the harvest season and renewing old...

Indonesian government aims to boost exports and processing capacity

LAMPUNG, Sumatra, Indonesia - The Indonesian Ministry of Industry has again held International Coffee Day celebration in Lampung, from September 29 to October 1,...

CCAFS projects contribute to Uganda’s ambitious 2025 coffee targets

SIRONKO, Eastern Uganda – The Government of Uganda has prioritized increasing productivity of coffee from the current four million (60-kilogram) bags per year to 20 million bags by 2025. The coffee subsector, regulated by the Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA), is expected to plant 300 million coffee seedlings per year ...

Vietnam’s May coffee exports extend downtrend to finish at 6-month low

HANOI, Vietnam – Vietnam will ship an estimated 120,000 tons (2 million bags) of coffee this month, the lowest volume in six months and a drop of around a quarter from a year earlier, the government said on Monday. This figure would bring the accumulated ...

Papua New Guinea’s coffee industry under threat by coffee berry borer

PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – THE Papua New Guinea Government is expected to announce measures this week to fight the coffee berry borer which threatens the K700 million (US$220 million) industry in the Highlands. Agriculture and Livestock Minister Tommy Tomscoll is expected to make the announcement and invoke ...

Parliamentary inquiry into waste coffee cups and plastic bottles in UK

LONDON, UK – The UK Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee has launched an inquiry into the damage being caused by disposable drinks packaging – particularly the impact of plastic bottles and coffee cups. The inquiry will look at what actions are being undertaken by industry and Government to reduce waste generated by ...

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