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Leaf Rust Danger Grows

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The coffee industry is struggling in its battle to eradicate coffee leaf rust and a concerted effort is required to protect coffee trees in many countries, according to World Coffee Research. more

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The Bolivian government will provide incentives for small and medium coffee producers to increase production and export more green beans to China. more

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One third of Papua New Guinea’s population, about 400,000 families, depend on growing and processing coffee. 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. more

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A new coffee sustainability initiative designed to benefit 3,000 farmers in the coffee-rich central Highlands region of Vietnam has been launched. more

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Nestlé looks to capitalize on expanding demand for coffee in Asian countries with Nescafé Dolce Gusto line. more

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The Italian coffee company is taking steps to improve coffee production in the department of Cauca, Colombia, an area where former rebel forces live. more

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Arabica production alone is expected to exceed Brazil’s entire 2017/18 crop in what the Brazilian state forecasting agency is predicting will be a record harvest. more

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Sustainability is a goal that many industries, countries, institutions, and governments have been working toward with increasing intensity for the past two decades. But what does it really mean? more

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China is now one of the world’s top arabica producing nations. more

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The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation has now planted 78% of its coffee lands in disease-resistant stock. more

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Officials in Costa Rica are trying to end a 30-year ban on robusta production in order to combat climate change and improve farm incomes. more

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Brazil Bets on Specialty Conilon

Photo byHarley Kalk da Silva (courtesy of Venturim Farm)

New clonals, post-harvest fermentation techniques, and better processing methods are some of the tools now used to produce high-quality conilon coffees in Brazil. more

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Coffee beans at a plantation after rain in Vietnam

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Vietnam intends to maintain its global position as the world’s largest producer of robusta, increasing both acreage and yield, while transitioning several promising growing regions to arabica. more

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Uganda’s coffee production will increase, even if only modestly, in the coming months as additional maturing plantations come online, according to a report. more

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Rwanda appears on track achieving its 2018 coffee production and earnings targets after the government reported progress on the crop’s performance for the first nine months of 2017. more

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Yunnan Coffee Exchange

Photo by Dan Bolton/STiR coffee and tea

Organizers plan conference and tour of China's Yunnan province which produces virtually all of that nation's arabica more

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Farmer Bros. Co. recently opened for business in Northlake, Texas, with a new 538,000-sq.-ft. facility that serves as company headquarters and roasting facility. more

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Colombian Coffee Growers Federation c.e.o. Roberto Vélez is championing a new forum for coffee producers. more

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The Philippine government wants to turn around its nation’s coffee industry, reducing coffee bean imports and promoting exports. To reach that goal, officials are setting a new export target. more

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