In this edition of WMF’s Coffee Culture International series, the German automatic coffee manufacturer is focusing on Honduras, a small Central American country.
The Hawaii Delegation: Senators Mazie Hirono and Brian Schatz and Representatives Ed Case and Kaialiʻi Kahele, has introduced bicameral legislation to enable research funding to address all current and emerging threats to the United States macadamia nut and coffee production industries. Read more
A nature conservation project and a unique native species are helping to put Mozambique on the coffee map.
GCR discovers how the Gender Equity Index is set to increase awareness and action among industry actors about the importance of gender equity as a key driver for sustainable development.
The past couple years have been challenging for the Nicaraguan coffee industry and its players, but with the transfer of knowledge, renewed energy and quality in sight, many see hope.
Vietnam has built a reputation as the world’s largest Robusta producer, and is now evolving by embracing sustainable practices and profitability over productivity. Read more
Central America’s oldest coffee producing country has built its industry on quality, supporting producers, and socially and environmentally sustainable models of production. Read more
Uganda may be Africa’s largest coffee exporter, but with an ambitious plan to increase its production and quality, the country is not stopping there. Read more
Green bean supply chain manager Olam Coffee has set itself an ambitious roadmap and targets to help safeguard the future of coffee production. Read more
ECOM Group, one of the world’s largest family-owned coffee merchants, talks about its commitment to innovative solutions and making a profitable supply chain. Read more