On 26th September, 2014, Progreso Network in collaboration with Fair Trade Organization of Kenya organized a webinar on “ coffee marketing strategies “. The webinar started at 3.00 P.M EAT.
This webinar was facilitated by Ms. Vava Angwenyi a coffee entrepreneur from…Continue
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By National Union of Coffee Agribusiness and farm Enterprises
Added by Eileen Mulaa on September 29, 2014 at 11:05am — No Comments
The maximum price of Kenya's top grade AA coffee fell at this week's auction to $300 per bag from $323 at last week's sale, the Nairobi Coffee Exchange said on Tuesday.
The east African nation is a fairly small producer by global standards, but its quality beans are used by roasters to blend with beans from other regions.
Grade AA coffee COF-AA-KE sold at $187-$300 per bag, down from $199-$323 at last week's auction, the exchange said in a…Continue
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By Reuters Africa
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Average arabica coffee prices in Tanzania, Africa's fourth-largest producer, edged higher at auction after prices rose in the New York coffee market, the country's coffee board said on Tuesday.…Continue
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By Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity
Ethiopia is the country where coffee originated and the only place in the world where you can find plants in a wild state. For thousands of years families have…Continue
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By Aster Beyene Werka Cooperative
Berhanu Beyene, a soft spoken 45-year old coffee grower in Werka, Yirgacheffe, says what is good for the environment is also good for business. He calls the giant sycamore trees and the many other indigenous trees that so gracefully loom over his…Continue
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By Tyler RudickContinue
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By Carol Gallay, Dillon Sorensen
Greenway Plaza Suite C-610
Coffee is elevated to an art form at this ultra-secret spot tucked inside the Green-way Plaza 5 food court. Owners David Buehrer and Ecky Prabanto have dedicated themselves to pursing excellence throughout the coffee process, from importing and roasting their own coffee beans to constantly tweaking their espresso machine to serve better beverages. Their passion for quality and customer…
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By James Demedeiros
Do you smell it? Can you taste it? For some people, that unmistakable smell and delectable taste are the main reasons to pry themselves out of bed each morning. What is it? It’s the eye-opening and mouth-watering beverage that’s consumed by an estimated 100 million…Continue
Added by Eileen Mulaa on September 22, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Making a cup of coffee might seem like the easiest thing in the world. But have you thought of all the people who help make that coffee? About 60 million people are involved in the coffee industry. Read on and see how much work and care has gone into your cup.
It all starts on…
Added by Eileen Mulaa on September 19, 2014 at 10:35am — No Comments
By Fairtrade Foundation Supporters
Fairtrade Foundation's head of policy, Tim Aldred, attended a conference in Peru that saw coffee growers from across Latin America come together to discuss the state of their industry.Continue
Added by Eileen Mulaa on September 18, 2014 at 2:06pm — No Comments
By Zeke Jennings
JACKSON, MI –Crowd funding is a growing way to start or expand a small business, but it cannot replace sustainability.
The majority of sole proprietorships don't make it past 18 months.
Cuppa coffee shop, owned by Evan and Koren Farmer, celebrated its third anniversary…Continue
Added by Eileen Mulaa on September 18, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments
By Alexandra Sifferlin
Do you think your morning cup of joe — before you put the cream and sugar in, anyway — is pure unadulterated ground beans? Think again.
Coffee shortages caused by climate change have increased the likelihood…Continue
Added by Eileen Mulaa on September 18, 2014 at 1:21pm — No Comments
By Miss Ellie
Ripe cherries are either harvested by hand, stripped from the tree with both unripe and overripe beans, or all the coffee beans are collected using a harvesting machine. These processes are called selective picking,…Continue
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By Ewen Callaway
Caffeine's buzz is so nice it evolved twice. The coffee genome has now been published, and it reveals that the coffee plant makes caffeine using a different set of genes from those found in tea, cacao and other perk-you-up plants.
Coffee plants are…Continue
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By Caroline Stauffer
Years of low coffee prices followed by the worst drought in decades in Brazil have pushed even the smallest family farmers to buy modern machinery rather than rely on increasingly scarce and expensive labor.
Brazil's crop supply agency Conab noted an "intense trade in…Continue
Added by judy mimano on September 12, 2014 at 2:49pm — No Comments
Source: Reuters Africa
Tanzania's arabica coffee prices rose at auction last week, tracking higher New York markets as demand increased, the regulator Tanzania Coffee Board (TCB) said on Tuesday.
Prices of robusta coffee beans fell at the second auction of the season, but all the bags on offer were sold.
Tanzania, Africa's fourth-largest coffee producer after Ethiopia, Uganda and Ivory Coast, produces mainly arabica and…Continue
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