Coffee

From plant to paper cup: The economics of coffee in one chart

Published by rudy Date posted on October 28, 2020

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Coffee production falls short of demand

Published by rudy Date posted on July 11, 2012

LA TRINIDAD Benguet: There is a bright future for coffee production here in the Cordillera region. Philippine Coffee Board co-chairperson Pacita Juan, made this assertion in her keynote address during the first Cordillera Coffee FIESTA (Farm and Industry Encounters through the Science and Technology Agenda) held at the Benguet State University (BSU), here, recently.

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Miracle brewing in P100-M rescue of coffee capital

Published by rudy Date posted on February 19, 2012

Ask any coffee farmer in Amadeo, Cavite, about the going price of their coffee and they will answer with a frown. Josefa de la Peña, a 77-year-old coffee grower, grimaced when told that the price being offered for Amadeo coffee was P96 per kilogram as of Friday.

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Govt aid for local-coffee growers pushed

Published by rudy Date posted on July 2, 2010

A non-government organization advocating the promotion of local coffee varieties is calling on the new government to help the domestic coffee industry.

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Philippines to revive ailing coffee industry

Published by rudy Date posted on February 15, 2010

AMADEO, Cavite: After watching its neighbors become global coffee heavyweights, the Philippines is taking tentative steps toward regaining its status as a formidable grower of the bean. That era, however, is a long way back for the Philippines, among the top five coffee exporters in the world in the 1880s after Spanish friars brought beans…

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Ain’t no coffee supply high enough to meet global demand

Published by rudy Date posted on January 10, 2010

BAGUIO CITY – Philippine coffee is a much sought after product among Filipino-Americans in the United States, but an official of the Philippine Coffee Board (PCB) said the country has yet to produce enough to satisfy the growing demand.

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Cordillera coffee industry calls for development, sustainability

Published by rudy Date posted on December 27, 2009

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet: In an effort to strengthen the coffee industry in the Cordillera Region considering natives here are coffee lovers, some concern sectors are pushing for its development and the need for its sustainability. Brewed coffee as they say is good source of anti-oxidants, it also warm human bodies especially now that December breeze…

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Private sector help needed to revitalize coffee industry – Yap

Published by rudy Date posted on November 17, 2009

MANILA, Philippines – If there’s a way to help revitalize local coffee farming — considering the many solutions this can generate for farmers, their families and the economy — it can be done best through a solid and well-planned partnership with the private sector, according to Agriculture (DA) Secretary Arthur Yap.

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Yap eyes rejuvenation of coffee farming industry

Published by rudy Date posted on October 19, 2009

MANILA, Philippines – Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap sees a bright future for coffee farming in the Philippines — despite the setbacks of the past two decades — and has set his sights on reviving the coffee industry.

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Release of P125-million coffee rehabilitation fund urged

Published by rudy Date posted on October 14, 2009

MANILA, Philippines – Officers of the Philippine Coffee Board, Inc. are urging the Department of Agriculture (DA) yesterday to immediately release the remaining P125 million earmarked for the development of the coffee industry.

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DA, Nestlé share expertise to boost coffee industry

Published by rudy Date posted on July 16, 2009

MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Agriculture (DA) and Nestlé Philippines Inc. (NPI) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that puts together their expertise and resources to further strengthen the country’s coffee industry.

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Coffee self-sufficiency targetted by 2015

Published by rudy Date posted on April 26, 2009

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine coffee industry is targetted to attain self sufficiency in the aromatic bean by 2015, enabling the country to save P3.5 billion from annual imports of the bean, following the agreement signed in October 2008 between the Department of Agriculture and the stakeholders in the sector.

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