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Ghana’s cocoa sector regulator to undertake massive rehabilitation projects

The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has announced plans to undertake massive cocoa farm irrigation and rehabilitation projects to revive the cocoa sector industry in...

New project aims to create a world-wide identity for Brazilian coffee

A project entitled, “Brazil. The Coffee Nation,” aims to create a world-wide identity for the country’s specialty coffees in order to increase penetration in...

Philippines: Voices project seen to boost Nueva Vizcaya’s coffee industry

TUGUEGARAO CITY — Government leaders are upbeat that Nueva Vizcaya’s coffee industry will further be boosted commercially with the implementation of the Vibrant Operations...

Orang Utan Coffee Project to be present at the major trade shows this year

Orang Utan Coffee – the project combines the conservation of the rainforest in Sumatra, the protection of the orangutans and the support of coffee farmers...

Disease-resistant plants helps Guatemala recover from coffee rust

“We sell coffee, save money with the saving group, and, from the money we get, we save our seed capital so we are not...

Breedcafs: a new EU-funded project for a sustainable coffee sector

To develop a sustainable coffee sector, Europe funds Breedcafs, a four-year multi-partners project launched in June 2017, coordinated by Cirad (France). Indeed, coffee is...

Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung: new project for coffee farmers in Uganda

Good agricultural practices, higher yields, better incomes for coffee-producing smallholder farmers - with these goals Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS) is starting to implement...

Amigos Caffè makes a debut at Host 2017 with a new franchising project

TRIESTE, Italy – The Trieste-based Amigos Caffè roasting company makes a debut at Host to present its Il Mingardi S Riserva blend and its...

Fair trade company Levanta Coffee connects consumers to the source

TOLEDO, Ohio, U.S. – Starting July 18, Levanta Coffee hopes to bring better wages to coffee farmers—and better coffee to businesses in the United...

Cuban coffee industry receives benefits of international cooperation

HAVANA, Cuba – The coffee industry in Cuba has received the benefits of new international cooperation projects, which are an important complement for state investments, a national expert said today. The director of coffee, cocoa and coconut at the Agricultural and Forestry Business Group, Elexis Legra ...

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