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Uganda: Nucafe renews partnership with Italian roaster Caffè River

KAMPALA , Uganda – Local coffee farmers are set to eat big following a renewal of a partnership between the National Union of Coffee Agribusiness and Farm Enterprises (Nucafe) and Caffè River, an Italian large scale coffee roaster. This is a development that opens more market opportunities for Uganda’s coffee across Europe and beyond.

Cameroon turns to local market to celebrate and promote its coffee sector

YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon – Despite coffee being one of Cameroon’s main cash crops, a coffee drinking culture has been slow to take off in the country, where most of the coffee produced is processed for the European market. To try and get more Cameroonians to drink coffee, a group of investors in the sector recently held the fourth edition of ...

Philippine coffee featured for first time at Global Coffee Expo in Seattle

WASHINGTON, DC, U.S. – For the first time in Philippine coffee history, Philippine coffee varieties from different production areas were cupped and graded by certified Q graders from across the globe following the cupping protocol of the Specialty Coffee Association of America.

Nestle vows to promote Vietnamese coffee in international markets

DONG NAI, Vietnam – The Nestle Group is carrying several major projects with the aim of popularising Vietnamese coffee among coffee consumers all over the world and making Vietnam an international reference for robusta coffee, said a Nestle executive. Executive Vice President for Nestle Nandu Nandkishore, responsible for Asia, Oceania and Africa ...

Kenya targets specialty coffee symposium in Seattle to double US sales

NAIROBI, Kenya – Kenya is eyeing the upcoming Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) symposium to double the sales to the US by tapping the premium price that the American market pays for the beverage. The SCAA exhibition, which will bring together over 15,000 people across the world will be held in Seattle, US next month.

Dak Lak strives to gain global recognition for Buon Ma Thuot Coffee

BUON MA THUOT, Dak Lak, Vietnam – Up to 10 countries worldwide have approved trademark protection registration for “Buon Ma Thuot Coffee”, a brand in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak. These countries are the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Spain, Germany, Singapore, China, Thailand, Canada and Russia.

Ugandan government is on a mission to get locals to try drinking coffee

KAMPALA, Uganda – Uganda is one of Africa’s major coffee exporting capitals, shipping millions more beans abroad probably than any other country on the...

December 10th designated Vietnam Coffee Day

HCM CITY, Vietnam — The Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA) will celebrate the first Vietnam Coffee Day, December 10, at the Youth Cultural...

Japan: Kirin launches ‘mystery’ coffee in unmarked packaging

Kirin, the Japanese beverage firm, has announced a new marketing initiative that will see its latest coffee offering promoted to consumers in unmarked and...

Vietnam’s Arabica coffee marketed at Japan exhibition

Arabica coffee, a strong product of Vietnam, was promoted at the SCAJ World Specialty Coffee Conference and Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan on September 30. Arabica products were introduced at the event by businesses from ...

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