C&CI logo
      

                            
 
User Password
Home Subscribe Online Edition About Search
 
 
Satake - Creating the Future
Neuhaus Neotec - Coffee is our life.
Sintercafé 2014
GEA Niro - liquid and powder processing equipment
Safmarine
PROBAT
 
Launch the online edition of C&CI September 2014

Inside Coffee & Cocoa International, September 2014...

  • Roasters help train next generation of coffee farmers
  • Rwanda ramps up effort to tackle potato taste defect
  • Manufacturers respond to desiccant guidelines from cocoa federation
  • EFSA restates concerns about effect of acrylamide in coffee

For more information, and to subscribe to the print edition of Coffee & Cocoa International magazine, click here.

Click on the links below to view the latest news storiesLast updated Monday, September 15, 2014
REGULATORS INCREASING FOCUS ON CAFFEINE
The NCA in the US says there is a growing focus by regulators on caffeine, which recently led it to file comments with the Food and Drug Administration.
DIVERSITY GENERATES HIGHER RETURNS
The World Agroforestry Centre says diversifying production could help cocoa farmers in West and Central Africa increase the value of their agroforestry systems.
HERSHEY EXPANDS LEARN TO GROW PROGRAMME
The Hershey Company has unveiled a three-year programme expanding its cocoa farmer training and community initiatives in Cote d'Ivoire.
COFFEE GENOME SEQUENCED
An international study has sequenced coffee's genome. The results were published in the 5 September 2014 issue of the journal Science.
PROBAT BRINGS COFFEE AND COCOA INDUSTRIES TOGETHER
More than a 100 delegates from nearly 40 countries came together on the day preceding Interpack 2014 to discuss trends, strategies and global prospects for the coffee and cocoa industries.
SEMINAR ON COCOA PROJECTS SET FOR ACCRA IN OCTOBER
The ICCO is to hold an International Seminar on the Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Cocoa Projects in Accra, Ghana, 14-17 October 2014.
Digital Edition of September 2014 issue Now Live
Click the 'Online Edition' button, above, to access digital editions.
NEW ADVERTISEMENT SALES EXECUTIVE AT C&CI
Coffee & Cocoa International is pleased to announce the appointment of Silvia Luneia as Advertisement Sales Executive.
BRUCE GOLDSMITH ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF NCA
Bruce Goldsmith, President of Baronet Coffee, was recently elected Chairman of the National Coffee Association (NCA) in the US.
WEIDENHAMMER COMPOSITE CANS HAVE 'PEEL-OFF' TOP
WPG's new generation of impermeable containers can be used to safely package perishable products and oxygen-sensitive bulk goods such as coffee.
PARAMOUNT COFFEE EXPANDS
Paramount Coffee is expanding its manufacturing, distribution and shipping operations at two sites in Lansing in order to accommodate growing nationwide sales.
NON-TOXIC SPRAY COULD BOOST COCOA PRODUCTION
Glycerol, a by-product of the production of biofuel, could be used to enhance cocoa's defences against well-known diseases such as Black Pod.
COFFEE INDUSTRY COUNTERS PROPOSED LABELLING REQUIREMENTS
New labelling requirements for packaging for consumer products proposed by the FDA should not apply to coffee, the National Coffee Association in the US believes.
LWR WINS PATHWAYS TO PROSPERITY CHALLENGE
Lutheran World Relief (LWR) has won US$500,000 from the Pathways to Prosperity Innovation Challenge to scale up its cocoa programmes in Central America.
ROB STEPHEN JOINS TEAM AT OLAM SPECIALTY COFFEE
Rob Stephen, SCAA Past President and long-time volunteer, has joined the team at Olam Specialty Coffee in the role of International Business Development Manager.
COFFEE PRICES RISING AGAIN AS ATTENTION TURNS TO NEXT CROP
Vice President at Citi Futures and OTC Clearing says confirmation of lower production is occurring at most locations in Brazil with losses ranging from 15 to 30 percent.
PORT OF VIRGINIA GETS ICE CERTIFICATION
On 14 July the port was selected by ICE to be a delivery point, or exchange port, for the coffee futures contract.
FAIR TRADE USA AND UTZ CERTIFIED TO COLLABORATE
In June 2014 UTZ Certified and Fair Trade USA began work on a joint effort to support sustainable livelihoods for more farmers and workers, beginning in cocoa.
UK COFFEE BUSINESS INSTALLS RECORD-BREAKING ROASTER
UK coffee roasting company Lincoln & York made history in July by installing what it claims is the UK's largest coffee roaster at its Lincolnshire headquarters.
COFFEE CONSUMPTION GROWING FASTEST IN ASIA
Following Japan in the 1960s, other countries in the region have since followed. Asia in recent years has seen the fastest regional increase in coffee consumption in the world.
MUCH TO BE DONE TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE COCOA CHAIN
Much more needs to be done if the International Cocoa Organization, working with all interested parties along the supply chain, is to have a real impact in the area of sustainability.
NCA TACKLES IMPORT DELAYS AT US PORTS
The National Coffee Association (NCA) in the US has drawn attention to an issue it has addressed concerning 'agricultural inspections' at ports of entry into the US.
Search previous news stories using Site Search
 

Enter your search query then select the area of the site to search. Press Search to peform the search.

Site Search

      Search the Directory
Company Search
Trademark Search

  

   

 

Select from Buyer's Guide Index.

 
 

All Data © Siemex International Limited.
Service provided by Coffee & Cocoa International