The exhibition will attract exhibitors from around 18 countries while visitors from Tanzania & Its neighbouring countries.
Tunisia is a small country and the coffee consumption is concentrated in urban areas. The Ministry of Commerce (OCT) is controlling the coffee import. The coffee is sold to the roasters at the same prices whatever it is: around 2€/kg.
The ICO estimates that global coffee demand will increase by 10.5 million tons of coffee by 2020. The global situation is benefiting the African market. Learn more…
The coffee market is also growing strongly in Africa: ten African brands are making huge profits, and the first four are exported all over the world.
Farmers in the Cibulao village have been using the coffee plant to protect the forest against illegal exploitation, as reported by The Jakarta Post. The coffee farmers’ movement was started by three siblings, Kiryono, Jumpono, and Dasim, all of whom are
Small-scale coffee farm holders in Kenya may now have a financially secure future as the coffee sector regulator is planning to pay them monthly for deliveries. It should be understood that coffee farmers have a six-month payment cycle, which has
Kenya’s coffee is highly sought after in the world market, reports Daily Nation. This made it the most valued beverage in the New York Coffee Exchange. According to The Daily Nation, the fact that it is used by roasters to
Rwanda’s government hopes to create a coffee culture in their country, convincing people to drink and consume what they produce. Rwandan people are not used to drinking coffee: infact coffee seems to be very expensive to buy (2,000 Rwandan francs,
The coffee bean is one of the world’s most valuable agricultural products from the tropics: it’s worth over $100 billion worldwide. The coffee chain is characterised by a huge difference between production and consumption: on one side we have 25 million small farmers producing 80% of the world’s total coffee supply, for less than $2 a day, on the other side we have the “Big Four” coffee roasting companies – Kraft, P&G, Sara Lee and Nestle – buying about 50% of the coffee produced worldwide. This make the relation between buyers and producers in the coffee chain [Sign in to continue]
Martin Shabaya, a Kenyan, is the first African to have made it to the semi-finals of the World Barista Championship that took place in Seoul, South Korea from November 9-12 2017. This makes him the first ever from the African