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Dec 15, 2015
Fredrick Suyanka shared Benjamin Kiarie Gichungu's blog post on Facebook
May 21, 2015
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May 21, 2015
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May 21, 2015
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Tanzania coffee harvest, exports to hit record high

Source: Agrimoney.comTanzania's coffee crop will hit a record high, taking a large step towards meeting an ambitious government target, boosted by weather improvements and official support measures.The Tanzanian coffee harvest - an important earner for the east African country, which relies on agriculture for some 28% of its economic output – will hit 1.25m bags in 2015-16, on a July-to-June basis, US Department of Agriculture regional staff said in a report.That would represent a rise of 1…See More
May 21, 2015
Fredrick Suyanka posted a blog post

Brazil's coffee exports to dip - will this support prices?

Source: Agrimoney.comBrazil's coffee export surge is to come to an end, undermined by disappointing production – but there are questions as to how much tighter supplies will support prices, the International Coffee Organization said.The availability of coffee for shipment from Brazil, the top exporter, which hit a record in 2014-15 on an April-to-March basis, "is going to be significantly reduced over the next year", the ICO said.The forecast reflects the extent of dent to the country's…See More
May 19, 2015
Fredrick Suyanka posted a blog post

Developing a sustainable coffee economy

Source: ICOOne of the objectives of the International Coffee Agreement 2007 is to encourage Members to develop a sustainable coffee sector in economic, social and environmental terms. This is reinforced by Article 36, which refers to the principles and objectives on sustainable development contained in Agenda 21 adopted at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, and those adopted at the World Summit on Sustainable Development.The Organization is working to promote an…See More
May 12, 2015
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May 12, 2015
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Starbucks Grants $400,000 to World Coffee Research to Assist Guatemalan Farmers

Source: Daily Coffee NewsA bag of Guatemala coffee. 2008 photo by Martin Abegglan.The Starbucks Foundation has granted Texas A&M University-based World…See More
Apr 15, 2015
Fredrick Suyanka posted a blog post

Colombian coffee output makes best start to year since 2008

Source: Agrimoney.comColombia's coffee production made its best start to a year since 2008, helping exports to their strongest start in decade, even as concerns remain over drought-hit plantations in neighbouring Brazil.Farmers in Colombia, the second biggest grower of arabica beans, produced 1.09m bags of coffee last month – the highest January figure since 2008, the Fedecafe producers' group said.It was also only the fifth time in 40 years that January production exceeded that the month…See More
Feb 5, 2015
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Drop in robusta coffee near-matches decline in arabica

Source: Agrimoney.comThe International Coffee Organization highlighted the drop in global robusta coffee production - which will nearly match the well-publicised decline in the arabica harvest – as the group revealed its first detailed estimate for 2014-15 output.The ICO, an intergovernmental group, said that the world's robusta coffee harvest in 2014-15 would end up at 57.51m bags, a drop of 3.6% year on year.The decline, the first in four years, reflects the dent to volumes from a…See More
Jan 22, 2015
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What is speciality coffee? : Nick Clark at TEDxTeAro

Nick Clark is the 2013 NZ Barista Champion and just placed 5th in the World Barista Championship Finals. He's the co­-director and co-­owner of Flight Coffee...
Jan 19, 2015
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Ethiopia and Kenya Coffees Dominate 2015 Good Food Awards List

Source: Daily Coffee NewsThe 5th Annual Good Food Awards Ceremony took place last night in San Francisco, honoring coffee roasters alongside craft producers in categories such as beer, cheese, spirits, oils and preserves. Sixteen winning…See More
Jan 12, 2015
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Coffee futures - will they prove star performers in 2015 too?

Source: Agimoney.comCoffee futures were standout performers among commodities last year, arabica contracts in particular, lifted by the dent to Brazilian production from persistent drought.Arabica prices soared 51%, despite better-than-expected output in Colombia, the second-ranked growing country for the variety.The rise in robusta coffee prices was more modest, at 12.9%, with Brazil actually managing a bumper harvest of the variety, thanks to irrigation and better weather in the main…See More
Jan 9, 2015
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Nov 27, 2014

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Tanzania coffee harvest, exports to hit record high

Source: Agrimoney.com

Tanzania's coffee crop will hit a record high, taking a large step towards meeting an ambitious government target, boosted by weather improvements and official support measures.

The Tanzanian coffee harvest - an important earner for the east African country, which relies on agriculture for some 28% of its economic output – will hit 1.25m bags in 2015-16, on a July-to-June basis, US Department of Agriculture regional staff said in a…

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Posted on May 21, 2015 at 7:59am

Brazil's coffee exports to dip - will this support prices?

Source: Agrimoney.com

Brazil's coffee export surge is to come to an end, undermined by disappointing production – but there are questions as to how much tighter supplies will support prices, the International Coffee Organization said.

The availability of coffee for shipment from Brazil, the top exporter, which hit a record in 2014-15 on an April-to-March basis, "is going to be significantly reduced over the next year", the ICO said.

The forecast reflects the extent of…

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Posted on May 19, 2015 at 8:15am

Developing a sustainable coffee economy

Source: ICO

One of the objectives of the International Coffee Agreement 2007 is to encourage Members to develop a sustainable coffee sector in economic, social and environmental terms. This is reinforced by Article 36, which refers to the principles and objectives on sustainable development contained in Agenda 21 adopted at the United Nations Conference on Environment and…

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Posted on May 12, 2015 at 1:30pm

Starbucks Grants $400,000 to World Coffee Research to Assist Guatemalan Farmers

Source: Daily Coffee News

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A bag of Guatemala coffee. 2008 photo by Martin Abegglan.

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Posted on April 15, 2015 at 9:34am

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At 8:54am on January 29, 2014, Susan Kimathi said…

Thank you for the blogs and news on coffee. very informative

At 12:55pm on October 3, 2013, Fredrick Mutinda Nzivu said…

will u attend the webinar summit in america.

 
 
 

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