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TaCRI launches scheme to increase coffee production.

By Zephania Ubwani.Source: The Citizen Newspaper.Moshi — The Tanzania Coffee Research Institute (TaCRI) has embarked on a training programme for farmers on modern crop husbandry in order to enable coffee to regain its lost glory.Under the programme, several farmers in Kilimanjaro Region have been assisted in forming groups under which they are exposed to techniques to produce high yielding and disease resistant varieties."We are seeing good results in this. We are now producing 12 tonnes of…See More
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Thoughts On The UTZ And Rainforest Alliance Merger

By: Kraig Kraft  Source: Daily Coffee NewsOver the past 36 months, the coffee industry has seen a wave of consolidations roll through the retail and manufacturing sectors, and those of us on the sidelines have been trying to figure out what it all means (see Sara Morrocchi’s great talk at Re:co Dublin last year).While some argued that…See More
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Ethiopia's coffee is the latest victim of climate change

By Alessandra PotenzaSource: The VergePhoto by Nicky Loh/Getty Images for World Animal ProtectionIn the future, climate change …See More
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30 Uganda coffee factories closed over unripe coffee

Source: The Independent Magazine, Uganda.Hundreds of coffee farmers in districts of Lwengo, Sembabule, Masaka were left counting their losses after the Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) shut down thirty coffee factories last week over alleged unripe coffee.The action has rendered almost 80 staff and casual laborers…See More
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Kenya sleeps, Uganda wakes up and smells the coffee

By Charles Onyango-ObboSource: The East AfricanA few days ago, there was a story tucked away inside Kenya’s Standard newspaper.It said coffee factories in western Kenya had closed, because farmers were no longer selling the beans to them. They were selling it to, wait for it, Uganda!In Uganda, they were quoted saying, they were getting the equivalent of Ksh100 ($1) per kilo. At home, however, they were getting only Ksh10.What made that story remarkable is that during the bad years of the 1970s…See More
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