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Zimbabwe's horticultural sector blooms
Zimbabwe's horticultural sector bloomsArticle

There is an overall increase in area and production under horticultural crops this season, with the area under emerging crops such as blueberries increasing across the provinces...

Elita Chikwati 7 May 2021

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Global coffee market enjoys ongoing growth despite pandemicArticle

According to a new report published by IndexBox, coffee yield figures remained robust in 2020 and coffee bean exports increased, despite the disruption to supply chains caused by the coronavirus restrictions...

13 Apr 2021

From crop to cup: Ricoffy beans now 100% sustainably sourced
From crop to cup: Ricoffy beans now 100% sustainably sourcedArticle

Nestlé South Africa recently announced the launch of its Nescafé Ricoffy Responsibly Sourced campaign which aims to consolidate the brands sustainability initiatives, strategies and resources...

Robin Fredericks 23 Mar 2021

Africa's coffee farmers are losing $1.47bn a year to exploitative pricing
Africa's coffee farmers are losing $1.47bn a year to exploitative pricingArticle

Millions of Africa's coffee farmers have slipped into abject poverty caused by poor prices which are currently barely enough to cover production costs while the rest of the coffee supply chain players enjoy rising profits.

29 Jul 2020

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Nespresso introduces new Ugandan coffee through Reviving Origins programmeArticle

Launched in 2019, the Reviving Origins programme aims to restore coffee production in regions where it is under threat...

2 Jul 2020

Creating a sustainable future for coffee
Creating a sustainable future for coffeeArticle

According to a report from the International Institute for Sustainable Development, "the global market value of the coffee sector will experience a 5.5% compound annual growth rate from 2018 to 2023...

16 Apr 2020

9 things you love that are being wrecked by climate change
9 things you love that are being wrecked by climate changeArticle

There are so many stories flying around about the horrors already being wrought by climate change, you're probably struggling to keep up...

Rod Lamberts 30 Dec 2019

Imiso Ceramic Studio’s internationally renowned artist and cofounder Zizipo Poswa.
#FairnessFirst: Sipping on local craftsmanship with the Trenery Guild x Imiso collaborationArticle

The Cavendish Square branch of Trenery launched their collaboration with Imiso Ceramic Studio's internationally renowned artist and cofounder Zizipho Poswa, with a curated coffee and clay-inspired immersive experience on 21 October...

Leigh Andrews 24 Oct 2019

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Coffee Magazine Awards announces 2019 nomineesArticle

The Coffee Magazine Awards (CMA) has announced its 2019 nominees...

11 Jun 2019

How is innovation impacting SA's coffee industry?
How is innovation impacting SA's coffee industry?Article

Insight Survey's latest South African Coffee Landscape Report 2019 carefully unfolds the global and local coffee markets based on the latest information and research...

Issued by Insight Survey 11 Mar 2019

Agriculture to bridge Tanzania - Sweden trade imbalance
Agriculture to bridge Tanzania - Sweden trade imbalanceArticle

Tanzania could penetrate the new markets with ease thanks to its potential and the demand for its agricultural produce...

11 Oct 2018

Tip the farmer that grew your coffee on National Coffee Day
Tip the farmer that grew your coffee on National Coffee DayArticle

A new initiative called Tip the Farmer is bringing South Africans closer to the people who grow their coffee. Launching on National Coffee Day, which takes place on 29 September...

28 Sep 2018

Nespresso's plans to boost coffee production in Zimbabwe
Nespresso's plans to boost coffee production in ZimbabweArticle

Zimbabwe is set to be the next country of origin for Nespresso's popular range of coffees. The unit of Nestle SA expects to start selling limited-edition Zimbabwe coffee capsules to global consumers in 2019.

10 Sep 2018

'Sustainable' Lego: plastics from plants won't solve a pollution crisis
'Sustainable' Lego: plastics from plants won't solve a pollution crisisArticle

Lego is going to start making toys from plant-based plastic. In an effort to become more sustainable...

Sharon George and Deirdre McKay 14 Mar 2018

Jonathan Robinson
Fair trade at the core of Bean There's buying philosophyArticle

Bean There Coffee, South Africa's first roaster of certified direct fair trade coffee, was launched on the back of the stock market crash in 2001, a 27,000-kilometre backpacking trip across two continents...

28 Feb 2018

#BizTrends2018: Coffee will continue to influence the world
#BizTrends2018: Coffee will continue to influence the worldArticle

Coffee helps millions of people worldwide to get out of bed in the morning. It's one of the world's most popular beverages, and one that has shaped society and industry...

Jonathan Robinson 19 Dec 2017

Climate imperils Ethiopia's coffee output: study
Climate imperils Ethiopia's coffee output: studyArticle

Climate change could wipe out more than half of Ethiopia's coffee production unless farmers move to higher ground, scientists warned. Climbing temperatures and dwindling rainfall have already degraded prime growing areas...

20 Jun 2017

Limited hiring prospects for Q3 2017 following 3% decline
Limited hiring prospects for Q3 2017 following 3% declineArticle

According to the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey released today, there are limited South African hiring prospects for the third quarter of 2017, declining 3% when compared with the previous quarter and 4% weaker year-on-year...

13 Jun 2017

Study verifies climate change impact on coffee production
Study verifies climate change impact on coffee productionArticle

According to a recently published paper in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, scientists have provided the first on-the-ground evidence that climate change has already had a substantial impact on coffee production in the East African Highlands region...

29 Apr 2015

Developing fair coffee trade
Developing fair coffee tradeArticle

A premier event on South Africa's 2012 coffee calendar, Fairtrade Coffee Week, took place during the second week of May 2012. Hosted by Fairtrade Label South Africa, the campaign increases awareness around Fairtrade, especially amongst coffee consumers, by introducing an increased range of Fairtrade-labelled coffees.

21 May 2012

New coffee, great taste, great heart
New coffee, great taste, great heartArticle

Marketed under the tag line of 'Good Karma. Great Coffee. Powerful Project' by Italian coffee giant Lavazza, Tierra, a premium blend of 100% Arabica with intense flavour and chocolate notes, is also a sustainable development project. It's aimed at improving the living standards of several impoverished small communities of premium coffee growers, to improve and maintain the quality of their coffee, which provides their main source of revenue.

29 Apr 2011

Coffee relationship schemes from Ciro
Coffee relationship schemes from CiroArticle

Ciro Beverage Solutions has undertaken two development programs, which will help select farming communities to improve both their living and working environments. Known as 'relationship coffee', this form of social development is on the rise in the global coffee industry, as it relates to assisting the farmers and their communities, who are at the beginning of the production cycle. The initiative aims to ensure all that all resources involved in the coffee production process are benefited.

23 Mar 2011

Colombia coffee production drops
Colombia coffee production dropsArticle

BOGOTA: Coffee production in Colombia, the world's number two producer of the beans, plunged 33% in the first four months of 2009, with exports sinking by 21%, officials said.

25 May 2009

Burundi study says coffee harvest linked to increase in gender-based violenceArticle

The April-July coffee harvest period in Burundi has been linked to increases in gender-based violence and the risk of contracting HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.

29 May 2007

Cannes results - Cyber, Direct and Film
Cannes results - Cyber, Direct and FilmArticle

Over the weekend Net#work BBDO JHB won a Gold Lion in the first ever Cannes Direct Marketing Awards and TBWA Hunt Lascaris JHB picked up a solitary Bronze in the Film and TV Awards. South Africa failed to win any Cyber Lions. Also announced were the Cannes Lions Agency of the Year, Palme D'Or, Journalist and Music awards. Browse all the winning entries online.

23 Jun 2002

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