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ICO reiterates willingness to work with the EU to build a deforestation-free coffee supply chain

LONDON, UK – Organized by the International Coffee Organization (ICO) and its Coffee Public-Private Task Force (CPPTF), on 24 April 2023 a webinar on...

Kenyan government committed to revive the coffee industry, boost production

The Kenyan government is committed to working with all coffee stakeholders to increase coffee production from the current 45,000Metric tons to more than 128,000...

A book on the success of Ghana’s cocoa sector available for download

ACCRA, Ghana — The doubling of cocoa production since 2000 and rising farmer incomes have marked a transformation in Ghana’s cocoa sector. Increased share of...

Mexico’s coffee production last season was the lowest in 20 years

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – Ongoing problems for Mexican coffee producers have resulted in the worst year ever for the industry with total output during the 2015-2016 harvest season of just over 2 million 69-kilogram sacks. During their heyday some 20 years ago, cafetaleros produced around 6.5 million sacks of coffee beans.

Philippine Government enjoin coffee stakeholders in pushing the industry forward

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines - - The Philippine Coffee industry has a strong potential to be a key player in bringing in sustainable and inclusive...

Peru among world’s top ten specialty coffee producers

LIMA, Peru - Peru appears among the world's ten leading specialty coffee producing and exporting countries along with Mexico and Brazil among others, Agriculture...

El Niño cuts Nicaraguan coffee output

The 2015/2016 coffee harvest is expected to reach over 1,879,000 60kg bags, down 13 percent from the initial forecast, according the latest report from...

VIETNAM – Government aims to maintain coffee farming area at around 600,000 ha

Vietnam will maintain its total coffee farming area at around 600,000 hectares from now to 2020, a government official said on Wednesday. Coffee policies...

UGANDA – IACO’s Secretary General asks governments to improve extension services

Mr Fred Kawuma, the Inter-African Coffee Organisation (IACO), secretary general asked the African governments, specifically Uganda to employ skilled extension workers in coffee growing...

EL SALVADOR – Association urges unification of coffee institutions

In El Salvador internal division in the sector is evident. Currently there are 4 institutions dedicated to coffee: the Centa, Procafé, the Salvadoran Coffee...

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