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UN agency helps farmers in Latin America broaden their market horizons

Improving market access, particularly beyond national borders, for family farmers and small and medium agriculture enterprises in the Latin America and Caribbean region can...

Starbucks to open its first shop in Montevideo, Uruguay in early 2018

SEATTLE and MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay – Starbucks Coffee Company has announced a new licensing agreement with its long-time strategic partner Alsea, a leading restaurant operator in Latin America and Spain. The agreement grants Alsea the exclusive rights to develop and operate Starbucks ...

Costa Ricans are the second most avid coffee consumers in Latin America

MILAN – A global study about the consumption of soft drinks was done by the global market research company Euromonitor International. The company presented its...

The PIMCO Foundation sends four employees to Latin America to work with coffee farmers

NEWPORT BEACH, California, U.S. - The PIMCO Foundation, the philanthropic arm of global investment management firm PIMCO, has again partnered with TechnoServe to send...

Starbucks helps fight coffee rust in Latin America

In countries across Latin America, coffee rust is a plague, making it harder for farmers to produce high-quality coffee. In the highlands of Chiapas,...

Over 1,300 participants address sector issues at the Third World Cocoa Conference

BÁVARO, The Dominican Republic - About 1,300 participants from 64 cocoa exporting and importing countries in late May converged on the Dominican Republic resort...

Dunkin’ Donuts Plans Puerto Rico Expansion

CANTON, Mass., U.S. - Dunkin' Donuts, has announced plans to develop new restaurants in Puerto Rico, with an initial focus in San Juan's metropolitan...

A free-trade coffee and travel adventure in Costa Rica

Sumak Travel, the UK based social enterprise that specializes in Latin American ecotourism, has partnered with the Cafédirect Producers’ Foundation (CPF) to launch a...

Latin American exports to EU drastically fall

Exports from Latin America and the Caribbean will fall roughly 14% this year to $914 billion (€829 billion) as a result of sharply lower...

Fighting coffee rust in Latin America

One of these diseases is coffee leaf rust, or “la roya”, which is an increasing problem for Latin American producers. In 2012-2013, some Latin...

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