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Brexit ‘barista visas’ plan could allow foreign workers two years in UK

The Home Office is looking at plans for “barista visas” to ensure coffee shops and pubs are fully staffed after Brexit. Young European citizens would be able to come to the UK to work in the hospitality industry for two years under the plans.But they would not be allowed to claim benefits or free housing when free movement within the EU ends after Britain leaves.The British Hospitality industry...

20 March 2017

Brazilian José Dauster Sette appointed as ICO’s new Executive Director

The International Coffee Council met in London at the headquarters of the International Coffee Organization from 13 to 17 March 2017 for its 119th...

15 March 2017

Coffee is about to get more expensive in Rome

The price of coffee in Rome will rise by ten to 20 cents by the end of the summer, the city's bar authority said on Tuesday. Though the Italian...

10 March 2017

Sri Lanka to celebrate the 150 years of its national tea industry in August

The world’s number 4 tea producer, after China , India and Kenya the island has produced 329,000 metric tonnes of Ceylon Tea in 2015. After more than...

06 March 2017

Add chocolate to your morning coffee for best results, new study says

Clarkson University researcher Ali Boolani recently completed a study that explores the powers of coffee and cocoa. The assistant professor of...

02 March 2017

How mobile technology is helping London’s homeless become baristas

For a nation of supposed tea drinkers, British people consume more than 70 million cups of coffee each day. This is an upward trend that shows no...

01 March 2017


RUCTIE is the key industrial event for production chain from bean and leaf to cup, which consisted of conferences, exhibitions and professional...

27 February 2017

Coffee bean output grew 50 percent in 2016 in China’s Yunnan Province

Farms across the southern reaches of Yunnan province combined to grow 50 percent more coffee beans in 2016 than in the previous year. The jump in...

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...

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visitors held informative meeting with coffee & tea professionals

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