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C&CI January 2016
Climate change means water worries for Indonesian farmers; Ethiopia Commodity Exchange unveils coffee traceability system; CI and partners hope toRead more.
C&CI November 2015
Strongest El Niño in decades arouses concern for commodities; Growth in consumption means production must increase dramatically; Sub-Saharan Africa couldRead more.
C&CI September 2015
Private Label sector influenced by quality and single-serve; Coffee prices in the doldrums but vulnerable to supply shock; Conference willRead more.
C&CI July 2015
Climate Change study is a wake-up call for industry; Colombian production growing again as prices weaken; EFSA caffeine study beingRead more.
C&CI May 2015
New Standards help PNG meet buyers’ requirements; Scientists develop climate resilient strategy for Ethiopian coffee farmers; Barometer finds chocolate “tooRead more.
C&CI March 2015
Shade coffee can help farmers – and wildlife – in Ethiopia; “Frank discussion” needed to address poverty and labour issues;Read more.
C&CI January 2015
High yields expected from agro-industrial cocoa; Regional exchanges can help to empower farmers; Production surges in West Africa but processingRead more.
C&CI November 2014
Kenco hopes coffee – not crime – will pay off in Honduras; Ritter Sport secures supply chain by buying cocoaRead more.
C&CI September 2014
Roasters help train next generation of coffee farmers; Rwanda ramps up effort to tackle potato taste defect; Manufacturers respond toRead more.
C&CI July 2014
Cocoa processors want more from Indonesia; Further consolidation on the cards following Jacobs Douwe Egberts deal; Study outlines major challengesRead more.
C&CI May 2014
Reports question certification’s effectiveness; A virus and a mite add to Hawaiian farmers’ woes; Women held back from participating inRead more.