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2020_coe_covid

La Alliance for Coffee Excellence (Alianza para la Excelencia del Café o ACE, por sus siglas en inglés), el organizador de las competencias de calidad de café verde en todos los países…

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cupping-form

The organizer of Cup of Excellence green quality competitions all over the coffee-growing world, the Alliance for Coffee Excellence is exploring ways to move forward with 2020 auctions. Travel bans…

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coffea arabica diversity

When one coffee plant loves another coffee plant… Research first made available this morning has given that age-old story a whole lot more context, at least in the coffee world….

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Ethiopia cup of excellence

The inaugural Cup of Excellence coffee quality competition and auction program in Ethiopia is off to an auspicious start, with 1,459 coffee samples submitted, breaking the long-running competition’s previous record…

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Pascal Kalisa

World Coffee Research, the Rwandan coffee industry and the coffee sector at large lost one of its brightest champions on Feb. 4, as Pascal Gakwaya Kalisa lost his life in…

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Mt Gorongosa

Nespresso has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique for a project designed to develop approximately 1,000 hectares of land for coffee cultivation while…

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Malaysia liberia – photo Esham

Although Coffea Arabica and Coffea Robusta remain by far the world’s two most popular coffee species for commercial cultivation, plant breeders and coffee experts alike have long held the door slightly open for…

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Grounds for Health Ethiopia

The Vermont-based nonprofit Grounds for Health is receiving a two-year, $175,000 grant from the Starbucks Foundation that will greatly increase the group’s programming in coffee communities in Ethiopia. The grant…

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Sucafina green coffee trader

The North American arm of Swiss green coffee trading company Sucafina is launching a program called Farmgate Initiative that gives coffee buyers the ability to tack on additional farmgate payments…

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Ethiopia Coffee ICP

A pre-competitive initiative led by eight of the largest European coffee roasting companies is launching a project designed to reach 2,500 smallholder coffee-farming families in Ethiopia. With co-financing from the…

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