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Madagascar confirms its commitment to sign the new International Coffee Agreement 2022

LONDON, UK – His Excellency Mr Richard Randriamandrato, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Madagascar, paid a courtesy visit to the International...

ICO unveils landmark Coffee Agreement

LONDON, UK – In a new spirit of collaboration, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) is pleased to announce its landmark International Coffee Agreement 2022,...

Ico Members receive draft of the new International Coffee Agreement 2022

LONDON, UK – The 132nd (virtual) Session of the International Coffee Council concluded after a two-day meeting (31 March – 1 April 2022) following...

Ico and Idh team up on increasing incomes for smallholder farmers

UTRECHT, The Netherlands – A new partnership between the International Coffee Organization (ICO) and IDH - the Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH) will lay the...

ICO sees a global supply deficit of 3.1 million bags for coffee year 2021/22

LONDON, UK – The International Coffee Organization released yesterday (14 March 2022) its Market Report for February 2022 containing the first estimate for coffee...

World coffee exports rose 2% to 10.9 million bags in January thanks to higher shipments of Other Milds

MILAN – World coffee exports amounted to 10.9 million bags in January 2022, compared with 10.6 million in January 2021, up 2% on year,...

ICO clarifies statements on Uganda’s withdrawal from the 2007 Agreement

LONDON, UK – The International Coffee Organization (ICO) yesterday (February 22nd, 2022) issued a communiqué clarifying the statements from the Uganda Coffee Development Authority...

Uganda decides two-year suspension of its membership from the ICO blaming unjust and outdated rules, the U.S. may be back

MILAN – Uganda has announced a two-year suspension of its membership from the International Coffee Organisation (ICO) in attempt to pressurise the organisation to...

Cabei and Ico work together to mitigate climate change and Covid-19 impact in Honduras and Nicaragua, build a resilient coffee value chain

LONDON, UK – The unprecedented social and economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on people living condition, world economies and supply chains is devastating....

ICO launches World Coffee Statistics Database, a tool that gives access to more than 50 years of coffee statistics

LONDON, UK – The International Coffee Organization (ICO) on 31 January 2022 launched a new online World Coffee Statistics Database (WCSD). This tool is...

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