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RWANDA – Government announces new coffee policy to address emerging issues

KIGALI, Rwanda — The government of Rwanda will adopt a new coffee policy which will help improve productivity, and face new issues such as...

EL SALVADOR – New tax on coffee denied

Salvadoran government has pointed out that the amendments to the Law of the Salvadoran Coffee Council do not include a new tax, but rather...

CENTRAL AMERICA – Renovation plan starts in Panama

A renovation plan, which includes the distribution of 1,260,000 coffee seedlings in the provinces of Colon, Panama Oeste, Cocle, Veraguas, Ngäbe Bugle and Chiriqui,...

SWEDEN – Löfbergs invited to join sustainability network

Löfbergs's effort of taking responsibility for people and environment is increasingly being noticed: the family-owned coffee roaster has been invited to a unique network...

COLOMBIA – Small scale farmers launch nationwide protest

BOGOTA – Colombia's small farmers launched a nationwide protest Monday to demand that the government comply with reforms agreed last year. Colombian producers of coffee,...

COLOMBIA – Federation to pay promised stipend to farmers for 2013

The National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia (FNC) has reportedly announced that it will pay the the remaining aid stipends to coffee farmers...

COLOMBIA – Farmers prepare for new wave of nationwide strikes

Colombian farmers and agricultural workers are preparing for a new wave of nationwide strikes, set for April 28, claiming the government of President Juan...

USAID – U.S. and Mexico partner to increase cacao production in El Salvador

MEXICO CITY - The Governments of the United States and Mexico today partnered with the Government of El Salvador to increase cacao production as...

GHANA – Government allocates 4.2 million cedi for coffee farms rehabilitation

The Government of Ghana has allocated 4.2 million cedis (US$1.5 million) for the rehabilitation of coffee farms in the country. A four-year rehabilitation programme...

CAMEROON – Acram eligible for US$40.4 grant

Cameroon ’s Ministry of Trade has announced that the Robusta Coffee Agency of Africa and Madagascar (Acram) has just become eligible for financing in...

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