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The Conference program of the Russian Coffee & Tea Industry Event (RUCTIE)

2-4 March 2017 the RUCTIE Conference program, which includes the 6-th Moscow International Tea Symposium (MITS) and the 7-th Moscow International Coffee form (MICS), will be organized in a new format.The entire program will be divided into two blocks: the first block will be devoted to reviews of international and Russian markets , global trends, development prospects  and original solutions...

21 February 2017

More than 26, 000 coffee trees ravaged by wildfire in northern Burundi

The plantations, which were destroyed by fire, are located in the northern provinces of Burundi. According to Joseph Ntirabampa, the chairman of the...

20 February 2017

Brazil to import Robusta coffee from Vietnam to face domestic shortage

Brazil will import robust coffee from Vietnam as part of purchases to meet the demand of the domestic industry of that bean, used in the production...

16 February 2017

Jamaica urges farmers to expand production beyond Blue Mountains

The Jamaican Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. Karl Samuda (on the right in the picture) is urging local farmers to...

16 February 2017

Jolting java! Russia emerges as an instant coffee powerhouse

While not a single coffee bean grows in the coldest country on Earth, Russia is emerging as a major international supplier of the dark brew enjoyed...

15 February 2017

Certified coffee farming improves farmers’ income in Dak Lak province

The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak currently records 44,000 households producing certified coffee on a total coverage of 64,107ha with an...

15 February 2017

Colombia coffee exporters brace for possible truckers strike

Coffee exporters in Colombia, the world's top producer of washed arabica, are bracing for a possible truckers strike in the coming weeks, just seven...

14 February 2017

Brazil’s Agriculture Minister asks for authorization to open Robusta imports

In an unprecedented move, Brazil’s Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi (picture) said on Monday he had asked the country’s Foreign Trade Chamber...

07 February 2017

A history of coffee and coffee shops in Korea from early origins to present day

The history of caffeination in Korea is long and winding, beginning with a tragic king who became the country‘s first coffee lover while fleeing in...

03 February 2017

Birmingham designer Rhys Ellis turns coffee capsules into stunning catwalk dresses

Birmingham designer Rhys Ellis has come up with a novel way of recycling coffee pods – by turning them into stunning catwalk dresses. His quirky...

02 February 2017

The International Hub for Coffee Research and Innovation is now fully operative

February 6th in Camerino (at University of Camerino) the first public event with Chahan Yeretzian and Sauro Vittori, professors at ZHAW: Zurich...

31 January 2017

Probat Inc. announces acquisition of ED Industrial Ltd. and ED Industrial USA Inc.

Probat Inc., a subsidiary of the Probat Group, announced that it has acquired ED Industrial Ltd. and ED Industrial USA, Inc. effective January 13,...

30 January 2017

British love for coffee is growing stronger by the day and competition is thriving

Whether it’s cappuccinos for the commute or an after-meal Americano, us Brits are crazy about coffee. The culture is engrained in the way we live —...

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