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Shem Oirere

"Consumers in the USA when looking at higher value chains want to know the story where the coffee came from and that is how you hook people to your coffee.” 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. more

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Smallholders on tea farms around the world are learning the power of marketing artisan teas direct from origin. 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. 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

Coffee Report

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

Coffee Report

Annah Bisieri, a tea farmer in Kenya’s western Kisii county, had contracted with the Kenya Tea Development Agency for more than 30 years until 2010 when she opted for alternatives ways to market her tea. more

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