Source: The Citizen Newspaper
Moshi — Coffee growers at Manushi-Sinde cooperative society in Kilimanjaro Region have received another boost for their industry after the United States African Development Foundation (USADF) granted them Sh200 million.
The grant will be used to enhance the cultivation of the cash crop which has dropped in recent years due to falling producer prices locally and in the export market.…Continue
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Source: Indian Express
Drinking up to five cups of coffee a day may halve the risk of developing the most common form of primary liver cancer, researchers say.
The study, published in the journal BMJ Open, showed that the more coffee consumed, the greater was the protection against hepatocellular cancer (HCC) — the second leading cause of cancer death globally.
Drinking one cup more of caffeinated coffee a day was associated with a 20 per cent reduction in…Continue
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By: Chloe Winter
"The larger, more established roasters may have more available capital to fund property purchases."
Gichard's business, which is one of New Zealand's largest provincial coffee roasters, leases its roasting space.
"Most roasters generally only need one wholesale roasting site, depending on roaster…Continue
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By Arun Patil
Green 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…Continue
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By Nick Brown
Source: Daily Coffee News
A new leaf-rust-resistant hybrid called …Continue
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The 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…Continue
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By Gerald Andae
American 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.…Continue
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By Charles Wanyoro
Hundreds of coffee farmers in Embu County held demonstrations at Manyatta market, protesting delays in paying their dues.
The farmers - affiliated with the Mwiria, Kiini and Karuriri factories that form the giant Central Ngandori Coffee Cooperative Society - said other factories in the area had already received their payments.
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Tanzania is set to increase coffee production from 80,000 tonnes this year to 100,000 tonnes by 2021, an official from the country’s coffee board said Friday.
Primus Kimario, Acting Director General, Tanzania Coffee Board (TCB) revealed this when speaking at the stakeholders meeting held here, saying the board is targeting to increase production by 20,000 tonnes of the cash crop in the next four years.
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By Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Source: 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…Continue
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By George Munene
Coffee 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…Continue
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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…Continue
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By: Nicola Heath
The 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…Continue
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Author: Jeffrey Gogo
Source: The Herald Business
BAD 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…Continue
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By OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT | REPUBLIC OF UGANDA.
Source: UGANDA MEDIA CENTRE
President 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…
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Source: Business Daily
By: GERALD ANDAE
Coffee earnings between last October and April improved by 31 per cent compared with a previous similar period as good prices and high volumes pushed up the value.
Statistics from the Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE) indicate that the value rose from…
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By: JEAN D'AMOUR MBONYINSHUTI
Source: The New Times
For many years, Ferdinand Ahobamuteze had been attracted to coffee growing. But, while he hoped his dream to grow quality coffee would materialise, the traditional farming techniques he shared with other farmers in his community was always a challenge. The resident of Ngoma Sector in Ngoma District in Eastern Province would only hear from others that coffee was a lucrative crop…Continue
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By Joseph Kato
Considering that the economy is not doing well, if one handed another Shs100,000 to start a business, it might be rubbished as little. But for Robert Bakunda, a 29-year-old coffee trader and grower, that was just what he needed.
How he started
At 17, Bakunda dropped out of school due to financial challenges. He…Continue
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Author: Nick Brown
Source: Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
One of the largest producer groups in Brazil, Ipanema Coffees reintroduced itself to the U.S. specialty coffee world at last month’s SCA Expo in Seattle, highlighting the results of three years worth of quality-focused investments in a microlot program.
The show was particularly…Continue
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