Papua New Guinea

The island nation struggles with infrastructure and consistency, but the government is keen on a coffee fix. Once done, roasters will have a lot to be excited about as Papua New Guinea returns as a specialty coffee mainstay. Read more


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

Coffee Report

The coffee berry borer is threatening production on Papua New Guinea. Read more

Coffee Report

The coffee marketing board for Papua New Guinea announced appointment of its new chief executive officer, Charles Dambui. Read more

Coffee Report

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