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Coffee exports from Honduras jumped 43% in November, but officials warn a drop-off is looming in the future. Read more

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Forecasts call for coffee exports, aided by good weather and increased acreage of mature trees, to climb about 16% during the 2019-2020 crop year. Read more

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Guatemala: Infinite Possibilities

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Guatemala is a small Central American country with unique topography and an international reputation for stellar mild-flavored, specialty coffees and distinct profiles from fruit and floral to chocolate with caramel. Read more

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Coffee growers here don’t like the price they are getting for their robusta beans, so they are hoarding supplies in hope of better returns in the future. Read more

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Ecuador is a small coffee producing country that has come into focus lately as an emerging source of high-quality, high-grown specialty arabica. Read more

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Coffee exports from this African country are up 6% percent over last year, according to government reports. That brings the total export volume to 4.5 million bags or $492 million. About 15% of that production is in Arabica beans. Read more

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Coffee exports are expected to increase to a record 4 million 60-kilogram bags in the fiscal year 2019-20 as yields improve and more land is set aside for coffee cultivation. Read more

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Terra Forte hopes to restructure more than $288 million in debt and find another $15 million in investment capital. Read more

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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

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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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