These are all the posts that have been tagged with Africa.
Many may feel that the topic of climate change has been discussed ad nauseam.
But the conversation needs to continue because the impact of climate change on both tea and coffee plantations is real. Both industries need to explore strategies to combat the effects of climate change. These strategies include product diversification, agroforestry and better farming practices.
Spotlight: Africa Climate Change; Soluble Coffee; Roasting/Grinding/Processing Technology Origin Highlight: Iran (Tea) Bonus Show Distribution: AAFCA; Gulfood; Cafe Asia
According to the International Coffee Organization’s newly released December 2016 coffee report, an initial estimate of global coffee production in 2016-17 suggests that the world total will remain relatively stable – up 0.1 percent to 151.6 million bags – despite Arabica/Robusta divergence.
rgo Tea, the premium tea brand known for its all-natural tea-based drinks and loose-leaf teas, introduced its most premium offering: the Garden Direct Collection.
The holidays are traditionally a time of giving. For Starbucks in Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland and Austria, they’re also about supporting those who give.
Olam International Limited, a Singapore-based leading agribusiness operating across the value chain in 70 countries announced today that it has acquired a 100% interest in East African coffee specialist, Schluter S.A.
The Wood Foundation (TWF), originally named the Wood Family Trust, is a venture-philanthropy organization established by Sir Ian Wood and his immediate family in 2007.
Spotlight: Africa, Climate Change; Soluble Coffee; Roasting/Grinding/Processing Technology, Origin Highlight: Iran (Tea), Bonus Show Distribution: AFCA; Gulfood; Cafe Asia.
The reputation of the fine South Indian black teas is well established in the West and has now started to attract Eastern green tea drinkers, who are keen to discover the complex, distinct regional cups.
From April 7-10th , London Coffee Festival hosted over 46,000 visitors; almost double the number from last year.
The rise of Rooibos: South Africa’s health red cup goes global Decaf: more than just the process The debate over roasting methods The middle east: blending old and new Innovative packaging technologies
Africa: rich in crops and culture Special Report: Brazil part VI Coffee grinding: achieving optimal extraction Tea & Coffee World Cup preview
Warm up in Africa with women in coffee Hard rains bring insurance claims New products, better business Sights on Singapore: Tea & Coffee World Cup