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Crimson Cup expands its relationships in Honduras and Nicaragua

COLUMBUS, Ohio, U.S. – Coffee buyers from Columbus, Ohio coffee roaster Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea recently traveled to Honduras and Nicaragua to discover new coffees and develop relationships with coffee growers. They were accompanied by executives from The Ohio State University Office of Student Life, University Dining Services ...

Rust-resistant variety scores 90 points in Nicaragua CoE competition

COLLEGE STATION, TX, U.S. – A coffee variety called Centroamericano, part of a new class of F1 hybrid varieties, has proven its quality potential by earning a score of 90 out of 100 points in the world’s leading competition and award for high quality coffees, the Cup of Excellence, in Nicaragua.

Mercon Coffee Group is launching Robusta coffee from Nicaragua

MANAGUA, Nicaragua – Mercon Coffee Group is launching Robusta coffee from Nicaragua for export. The company made the announcement at the 2017 Global Specialty Coffee Expo in Seattle and is now offering washed and natural Robusta coffees from this origin. For the past 10 years, the company has been the pioneer of Robusta coffee production ...

Nicaraguan coffee at the most important international coffee fair in Seattle

MANAGUA, Nicaragua - Six Nicaraguan coffee cooperatives will exhibit the quality of their product during a coffee tasting event with international buyers at the setting of the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) 2017 Annual Exposition, to be held 20 -23 April 2017 in Seattle.

Introducing Starmaya, the only F1 coffee hybrid propagated by seed

COLLEGE STATION, TX, U.S. – A new coffee variety called Starmaya may dramatically shift prospects for coffee producers in the years to come. Starmaya is the first variety of its kind: An F1 hybrid that is propagated by seed, rather than through costly biotechnology. What it could mean for coffee producers is widespread access to an elite class ...

Nicaraguan government expands growing area for Robusta coffee crops

MANAGUA, Nicaragua – With climate change threatening crops in many parts of the world, Nicaragua is turning to a robust variety of coffee bean...

7-Eleven introduces first sustainably sourced coffee

IRVING, Texas, U.S. - Available exclusively at 7-Eleven stores, the new Nicaragua single-origin coffee from Matagalpa not only tastes good; it is a feel-good...

Earth Alive receives government registration in Nicaragua

MONTREAL, Quebec, Canada - Earth Alive Clean Technologies Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art microbial technology-based products, is pleased to announce that...

Nicaragua has a cervical cancer problem. A coffee farm is trying to help

Maritza Blandón is crouched over a row of young coffee plants at a farm in Matagalpa, in the Northern mountains of Nicaragua. She works with a handful of other female coffee farmers who live and ...

Nicaragua: The renovation of coffee plantations that never happened

More than two years after the adoption of the law to transform coffee production in Nicaragua, producers claim that bureaucracy has prevented the much...

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