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Europe, the Middle East and Africa Green Coffee Bean Extract Market 2017 Industry Trends, Sales, Supply, Demand, Analysis & Forecast 2021

By Arun PatilSource: Mil-TechGreen Coffee Bean Extract Market provides the industry overview with growth analysis and historical & futuristic cost, revenue, demand and supply data. Europe, the Middle East and Africa Green Coffee Bean Extract market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2022, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2022.Next part of Europe, the Middle East and Africa…See More
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New Rust-Resistant Hybrid Centroamericano Scores 90+ at Nicaragua CoE

By Nick BrownSource: Daily Coffee News The Centroamerico F1 hybrid. World Coffee Research photo.A new leaf-rust-resistant hybrid called Centroamericano scored 90.5 in the recent 2017 Nicaragua …See More
yesterday
Kioko Kasyoka posted a blog post

Saving coffee: Scientists search for plants to solve production deficit

Source:InquirerThe coffee industry has tapped scientists to find plants more adaptable to a changing climate after an alarming four-year deficit in coffee production, according to a Bloomberg report.The report cites that the World Coffee Research Institute is scouring countries for plant varieties and doing experiments to see which plants can survive colder climates and a costly fungal disease.Christophe Montagnon, a geneticist and lead researcher of the project, says that the effect of a…See More
yesterday
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Kenya: US Roasters to Raise Kenya's Coffee Imports 25 Per Cent

By Gerald AndaeSource: AllAfricaAmerican roasters are expected to raise coffee purchases from Kenya by a quarter to Sh3.5 billion annually after the country showcased its produce in the ongoing symposium in Seattle, US.Coffee Directorate made a pitch for Kenya's specialty coffee during the exhibition to have the US, which pays a premium price for the commodity, increase its uptake 25 per cent.America buys seven per cent of Kenya's annual export of 46,000 metric tonnes but it pays highly…See More
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New mill primed to boost specialty coffee exports

By Emmanuel NtirenganyaSource: The New times                           The new factory at Kigali Special Economic Zone. Nadege Imbabazi.A new dry coffee cherries processing mill got its cogmills running in Kigali, last week, with officials saying the plant will help boost Rwanda’s specialty coffee exports.The factory, at Kigali…See More
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Kenya: Kirinyaga Coffee Farmers Earn Sh11.6b in 2017

By George MuneneSource: AllAfricaCoffee has earned farmers in Kirinyaga County a record Sh11.6 billion so far this year.According to the county executive in charge of Agriculture, Ngundo Warui, farmers were celebrating following the handsome payment."Farmers have been paid well this year and they are smiling all the way to the bank," he said.The farmers who had in the past suffered due to poor payments have been paid between Sh119 and Sh100 per kilogramme of coffee delivered."The farmers had…See More
May 19
Sufian Ntambi posted a blog post

How Tanzania’s Coffee Farmers Are Changing People’s Lives

Author: Lauren Steele.Source: Munchies Website.Small-scale farmers like Mama Gladness Pallangyo struggle to make ends meet with their coffee crops, but immersive tourism is allowing them to supplement their incomes and bring improvements to their villages.Parked on a bench on Bleecker Street in Manhattan on a dingy Saturday afternoon, I tallied 11 coffees in various forms being clutched, sipped, and toted across my line of vision. There were four coffee shops discernable from my seat. I…See More
May 18
Kioko Kasyoka posted a blog post

A Cup Made from Coffee Waste

Source: BroadsheetBy: Nicola HeathThe next step in the reinvention of coffee-drinking vessels is the HuskeeCup. It’s a cup and saucer made from coffee husks (a waste product of the coffee production process) and its…See More
May 18
Sufian Ntambi posted a blog post

Climate Change: Your coffee cup will be hit

Author: Jeffrey GogoSource: The Herald BusinessBAD news for coffee drinkers – climate change is threatening your morning dose of the beloved beverage. That balanced rich flavour and fine aftertaste for which the Zimbabwean coffee is globally renowned will become bitter, more expensive, due to climate-induced changes in precipitation and temperature, according to Abel Chemura, a climate change researcher with the Chinhoyi University of Technology.“Zimbabwean coffee is highly aromatic,…See More
May 15
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May 11
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“Coffee is an anti-Poverty Crop for the Small Scale Farmers” – President Museveni

By OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT | REPUBLIC OF UGANDA.Source: UGANDA MEDIA CENTREPresident Yoweri Museveni has said that coffee is an anti-poverty crop for small-scale farmers in the country. “Coffee is an anti-poverty crop for the small scale farmers. It is one of the correct crops for them. There is need to resolve the issue of challenges in production. I want the Uganda Coffee Development Authority to avail the technology for roasting, grinding and packaging coffee,” he said. The President made…See More
May 11
 
 
 

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