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British tea, jam and biscuits will be at the heart of Britain's Brexit trade plans

British jam, tea and biscuits will be at the heart of Britain's Brexit trade negotiations, the Government has said, as it unveiled plans to sell food to other countries to boost the economy.In a speech at a trade fair in Paris last night, Environment Minister Andrea Leadsom outlined key Brexit preparation plans which she claimed would deliver a £2.9bn boost to the UK over five years. Ahead...

24 October 2016

New ICO study shows coffee farmers operating at a loss

A new research by the ICO shows that coffee farmers in selected countries are operating at a loss and that coffee growing is becoming less profitable...

20 October 2016

Rains in Brazil may help prepare for the 2017/18 crop

Rains in the first fortnight of October in arabica producing regions encouraged growers to start planning the new season (2017/18). According to...

19 October 2016

Coffee producers being trained to nuke plants to fight fungus disease

Coffee producers have been invited to nuke their plants to create varieties that resist roya de cafe, the leaf rust that is sweeping Central...

18 October 2016

Vietnam’s Central Highlands reduce coffee areas

Vietnam’s premier coffee growing region has replaced more than a hundred thousand hectares of the crop with other cash crops like cashew and...

18 October 2016

Coffee market ends 2015/16 in deficit for the second consecutive year

The coffee market settled up by 5.5% in September, mostly driven by a steady increase in Robusta prices supported by concerns over future supply....

14 October 2016

The 22nd Annual Asia International Coffee Conference is Co-hosted by the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA)

5-7 December 2016 Park Hyatt Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

14 October 2016

Texas A&M Researchers Working to Avert a Global Coffee Crisis

Leo Lombardini poured water on a cluster of coffee plants native to Yemen, making sure to soak the soil on a hot September afternoon. Lombardini...

12 October 2016

Giant coffee cup bins invade Manchester in an attempt to recycle 20,000 paper cups

Thanks to the efforts of a host of retailers including Caffé Nero, Costa and McDonald’s, the streets of Manchester will soon be inundated with giant...

12 October 2016

Indian Government may consider duty benefits for tea, coffee industry

The Indian Government may consider reducing duty on import of processing machinery for the tea and coffee industry with a view to boost domestic...

11 October 2016

Coffee congress in Costa Rica maintains ban on cultivation of robusta bean

The National Coffee Congress for Costa Rica, a group of industry and government representatives that sets national coffee policy in the Central...

10 October 2016

AFCA launches specialty coffee auction

African Fine Coffee Association (‘AFCA’) and The International Trade Centre (ITC) have come together to promote East African coffee to the global...

03 October 2016

International Coffee Day: Time to reflect

New research, being released in New Zealand, on International Coffee Day suggests this may be the bleak future for coffee drinkers around the...

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