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For generations, tea producers in Türkiye have focused on quenching a domestic thirst unparalleled in the world. Now attention is shifting to exports to the European Union... Read more

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A pair of Q Arabica Certified computer science students at the University of California, Davis, have partnered with Probat and cloud service provider Fabscale to launch Roastpic... Read more

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Post-pandemic Romanians are embracing coffee culture. Romania, a country at the crossroads of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe, is steadily growing... Read more

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According to the International Coffee Organization (ICO), one of three cups of coffee worldwide is Brazilian. Read more

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The Russian tea and coffee market is undergoing major structural changes following the exodus of global players... Read more

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Even as India’s coffee producers struggle with long-standing challenges – labor shortages, erratic weather patterns, and uncertain prices – the positive developments, especially after a bullish year, have brought optimism. Read more

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Coffee scoring protocols launched by the Specialty Coffee Association in 2004 helped drive huge growth in the premium coffee segment over the past decades. Read more

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Ethiopia is five years into a 15-year journey toward quadrupling coffee export revenues. Export revenues and unit prices are rising. Read more

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Southeast Asia is rich in café history and tradition, shaping contemporary global trends that will be vividly displayed at the upcoming THAIFEX - HOREC Asia... Read more

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National plan for boosting high-value farm exports invests in restoring the tea sector, especially smallholders. Read more

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The coffee sector has long appealed to entrepreneurs thanks to growth rates in the double digits in some business categories and markets. Read more

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As the World of Coffee 2024 in Dubai approaches, the industry is abuzz with anticipation for groundbreaking innovations and exemplary contributions. Read more

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The coffee sector has long appealed to entrepreneurs thanks to growth rates in the double digits in some business categories and markets. Read more

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Tea Board India was founded in 1954 during a period when the nation was transitioning away from colonial legacies. Read more

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Uganda’s coffee sector has been building on its position as Africa’s second-largest producer, raising both output and quality in recent years. Read more

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