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In the run-up to the meeting of the International Coffee Council of the ICO, which takes place in Nairobi next week, Forbes Africa ran an op-ed penned by Fernando Morales-de…

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Coffee Beans, large and small

(Esta nota fue publicada originalmente en inglés. Ha sido traducida por Revista Roast México.) Los cafetos silvestres de arábica han sido clasificados por primera vez como una especie amenazada. Y peor aún,…

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Naturally dried forest coffee, south-west Ethiopia. Image Emily Garthwaite_Union Hand-Roasted Coffee

Wild Coffea Arabica is for the first time being classified as an endangered species. Worst yet, new research shows that 60 percent of wild coffee species are now under the threat…

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Coffea arabica has evolved dramatically over the course of history, rising from humble under-canopy trees growing wild in the forests of Keffa in western Ethiopia and South Sudan’s Boma Plateau…

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coffee biodiversity

Coffee is behind in the ongoing race to protect wild plant species biodiversity as the earth faces increasing climate change, loss of habitat and other natural and man-made challenges, according…

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coffee grinds arabica robusta blend 100 percent

Ten percent of coffees labeled as 100 percent Arabica in a recent scientific survey were found to contain significant levels of Robusta, with one sample testing as high as 33…

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By now it’s common knowledge that bees are in jeopardy throughout the world. As agricultural practices have intensified and pesticide use has increased, bee populations are being decimated. New research…

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robusta coffee

The Costa Rica Ministry of Agriculture is seeking to lift a 30-year ban on robusta production in the country, in an effort to increase rural incomes and respond to threats…

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The Vietnamese government has approved a VNĐ170 billion (approximately US$7.5 million) five-year coffee sector development project designed to improve quality, increase exports and develop a premium Vietnamese coffee brand. Approved by the Ministry of…

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robusta coffee

Over 35 percent of the global coffee market — or approximately 60 million of the 145-150 million bags globally — is in robusta. The pressures created by the increasing global…

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