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PNG’s new minister for coffee welcome news

CIRENCESTER, UK – Papua New Guinea’s new minister for coffee is being welcomed by the country’s coffee growers and producers, in addition to international...

Coffee futures prices rally further to new highs on renewed supply concerns in Brazil and Vietnam

MILAN – Coffee futures prices rallied further on Tuesday on concern that excessive dryness in Brazil could reduce coffee yields affecting global coffee supplies....

Papua New Guinea is the 31st National Chapter of the Iwca

MT.HAGEN, Western Highlands, Papua New Guinea – At a signing ceremony conducted live by Zoom on Thursday, March 31st in Mt.Hagen, Western Highlands Province,...

Here is what makes coffees from Papua New Guinea so typical and ‘special’

GENEVA, Switzerland – Is it the taste, the aroma or the packaging? The secret is, it's all three. As countries begin to recover from...

Papua New Guinea implements new coffee grading standards to improve farmer equity

PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – Papua New Guinea’s national coffee regulatory authority has completed a rollout of the industry’s revised green bean standards...

World Bank launches $40m project in Papua New Guinea involving the coffee sector

WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. – The World Bank ’s Board of Executive Directors today approved three new projects totalling over US$100 million for Papua New...

EU provides €82 mln for initiative for rural communities in Papua New Guinea

PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea - FAO welcomed the European Union's support for a development project in Papua New Guinea that aims to support...

PNG kicks off consultations for 10-year strategic plan in coffee industry

Papua New Guinea's Coffee Industry Corporation (CIC) has kicked off consultations for a 10-year strategic plan to help advance the industry and increase the...

Banz Kofi is the first producer in Papua New Guinea to achieve Haccp accreditation

Banz Kofi Fektori, a company based in Mount Hagen, in the Western Highlands Province, is the first coffee producer in Papua New Guinea to...

Papua New Guinea coffee goes places — from Helsinki to Rarotonga

Patrick Killoran is one of Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand’s colourful clients. The tall gangly Australian has been operating his coffee business in Mt...

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