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Rwanda’s coffee export revenues are increasing, according to government reports. Read more

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Ethiopia is aiming to triple its coffee output in five years through better production and marketing of its products. Read more

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The Coffee Nation

Photo courtesy Renata Silva

While celebrating a record harvest of 61.7 million bags last year, Brazil was crowned the biggest consuming market in the world. Domestic coffee drinkers emptied 21 million 60-kilo bags of coffee in 2018, an increase of 3%. Read more

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Ethiopian exporters report as much as 15,000 kilos of green coffee has been stolen from sealed containers in recent months. Read more

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Coffee exports for a 12-month period ending Oct. 31, 2018, were down 10%, the Uganda Coffee Development Agency announced. Read more

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Global coffee exports grew to 121.8 million 60-kilo bags in 2017/18, according to the International Coffee Organization. Read more

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Ethiopian officials report first quarter foreign trade generated $628 million and about a third of those exports were coffee. Read more

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The government of Uganda this fall took the unusual step of ordering the closure of 95 coffee processing factories in the Kayunga District – a response to concerns that rain-damaged coffee could result in export bans. Read more

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Burundian exporter talks with STiR (coffee and tea magazine) about the challenges and opportunities of expanding coffee production and exportation in Rwanda. Read more

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The government of Uganda expects a significant increase in coffee exports during the next two years, raising totals to 20 million bags per year. Read more

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Showcasing Rwanda’s coffee at the World of Coffee exhibition in Amsterdam was the culmination of government and private sector efforts to promote exports from this landlocked but fast-growing East African economy. Read more

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New legislation designed to overhaul the coffee industry has passed the government’s cabinet, according to a New Vision news report. The law also repeals the legal backbone of the Uganda Coffee Development Authority. Read more

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Tim Heinze has sourced and graded coffee in Yunnan and the greater Mekong region (Laos & Thailand) since 2009. His insight, experience, and passion provide a glimpse into the growing China coffee opportunities. Read more

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Coffee transportation in East Africa, long a barrier to efficient supply, could greatly improve as governments in the region and the private sector roll out initiatives to address bottlenecks that delay cargo movement and increase the cost. Read more

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India’s coffee exports jumped 17% during 2017, according to numbers released by the Coffee Board of India. Read more

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Ethiopian coffee exports totaled more than $334 million during the final five months of 2017, a government agency said. Read more

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Uganda is prepared to begin exporting coffee to Sudan after complying with that country’s new consumer protection standards. Read more

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Colectivo Coffee received the prestigious Primaduta Award from the country of Indonesia for supporting Indonesian exports. Read more

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Rwanda’s coffee export revenues fell lower than expectations during the past fiscal year, according to the National Agricultural Export Board’s annual report. Read more

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Ugandan coffee sales are growing and officials credit much of the gains to price increases and a redirection of exports from South Sudan to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Read more

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