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  • New standards help PNG meet buyers' requirements
  • Scientists develop climate resilient strategy for Ethiopian coffee farmers
  • Barometer finds chocolate "too cheap" to be sustainable
  • Rainfall sees Brazilian crop concerns ease and prices nosedive
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GHANA'S COCOA PRODUCTION SLUMPS
Ecobank says Ghana's cocoa production is set to fall significantly in the 2014/15 season, which could drive the world market into deficit after several years of surpluses.
PARTNERSHIP HOPES TO BOOST ETHIOPIAN COFFEE PRODUCTION
illycaffè, the Ernesto Illy Foundation and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization are to join forces to enhance the value chain in the Ethiopian coffee sector.
KEURIG GREEN MOUNTAIN APPOINTS NEW CFO
Keurig Green Mountain has announced that Peter G Leemputte will join the company in June 2015 as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Treasurer.
RECORD BRAZILIAN EXPORTS WEIGH HEAVILY ON MARKET
Exports from Brazil reached a record high of 36.8 million bags in crop year 2014/15 (April to March), fuelled by domestic stocks and encouraged by a depreciation in the exchange rate.
NCA ISSUES STATEMENT ABOUT DIACETYL AND COFFEE
The National Coffee Association in the US has issued a statement about diacetyl, a compound created spontaneously in many foods when they are browned in the natural course of cooking.
JACOBS FOUNDATION LAUNCHES TRECC
The Jacobs Foundation has launched a programme to enhance education, empower women, and help protect children in Côte d'Ivoire’s cocoa-growing communities.
ARABICA COFFEE STUDY A WAKE-UP CALL FOR INDUSTRY
Researchers at CIAT have mapped which areas of the world will continue to be suitable for growing Arabica coffee in future.
VOLCAFE INAUGURATES VIETNAMESE COFFEE PLANT
Volcafe Vietnam has inaugurated a US$80 million coffee processing plant in the southern Vietnamese province of Dong Nai.
MASSIMO ZANETTI INTRODUCES COMPOSTABLE COFFEE POD
MZB USA has announced plans to introduce what it claims is the first 100 per cent compostable, fully certified single-serve coffee pod in the US by the end of 2015.
RUSSIAN FEDERATION JOINS ICO
The Executive Director has announced that the Russian Federation has completed membership procedures for the ICO under the International Coffee Agreement 2007.
COFFEE KIDS AND HRNS JOINING FORCES
Not-for-profit Coffee Kids, which seemed in danger of closing down its operations, has joined forces with the Hanns R Neumann Stiftung.
UNITED CACAO EXTENDS OPERATIONS IN PERU
United Cacao, the AIM-listed cocoa plantation company based in Peru, has launched a farmer finance programme to double the company's previous objective of 3,250 hectares.
BCA ELECTS KRISTINE BREMINER ISGREN AS CHAIR
The British Coffee Association has announced the election of Kristine Breminer Isgren of Complete Coffee Ltd as its new Chair and Ian Bryson of Finlay Beverages Ltd as Vice Chair.
GENE FOUND FOR MELT POINT OF COCOA BUTTER
The discovery by plant geneticists of a gene involved in determining the melting point of cocoa butter could lead to new and improved products and varieties, according to researchers.
BEAN-TO-BAR START-UP ACQUIRES PROCESSING LINE
A newly-founded company, Maison Duplanteur, has signed an agreement with BEAR Mühlen & Behälter for a 'bean to bar' processing line.
PAPUA NEW GUINEA GRADING STANDARDS UPDATED
Newly upgraded standards for coffee grown in Papua New Guinea will help the industry there grade coffee to meet buyers' exacting requirements and describe the cup profile.
JA REEACH PRODUCES 'CLIMATE SMART' FARMERS
Graduating farmers received field-based training on practical best-management techniques on their farms, to protect the land while maintaining its viability and productivity.
SCIENTISTS SAY COFFEE IS PART OF A HEALTHY DIET
Scientists charged with scouring the literature to study how Americans can eat healthily acknowledge that 3-5 cups of coffee a day have a place in a healthy diet.
ICCO RECOMMENDS REVIEW OF COCOA RESOURCES
The world's largest cocoa producing countries should marshal their resources with a view to avoiding over-supply in the future, says ICCO Executive Director.
BARRY CALLEBAUT UNVEILS STRONG HALF-YEAR RESULTS
Barry Callebaut Group has announced sales figures for the first six months of its fiscal year 2014/15 including sales volumes picking up by 2.0 per cent.
FIRST TRADES TAKE PLACE WITH CME COCOA CONTRACT
CME Group has announced the first trades of its new Physically Delivered Cocoa futures contract, which was launched recently on its European exchange, CME Europe.
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