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July 18, 2022

A guide to the coffee sector in Côte d’Ivoire

June 13, 2022

A guide to South Sudan’s coffee sector

May 5, 2022

A guide to coffee production in Haiti

February 17, 2022

A guide to the Taiwanese coffee sector

February 10, 2022

Exploring the Bolivian coffee sector

July 20, 2022

A guide to coffee production in Saudi Arabia

Although Saudi Arabia has been growing coffee for the past few centuries, it is by no means a major coffee-producing country. In 2020, it’s estimated that Saudi-grown coffee totalled around 300 tonnes. However, the country has a rich history of coffee consumption, which is only continuing to grow. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimates that Saudi Arabia will import around 200,000 60kg bags across the 2022/23 crop year.… read more

Although Saudi Arabia has been growing coffee for the past few centuries, it is by no means a major coffee-producing country. In 2020, it’s estimated that Saudi-grown coffee totalled around 300 tonnes. However, the country has a rich history of… read more

July 20, 2022

A guide to coffee production in Saudi Arabia

Although Saudi Arabia has been growing coffee for the past few centuries, it is by no means a major coffee-producing country. In 2020, it’s estimated...

July 18, 2022

A guide to the coffee sector in Côte d’Ivoire

The Republic of Cote d’Ivoire (also commonly known by its English name, the Ivory Coast) is a West African country with a population of more...

June 13, 2022

A guide to South Sudan’s coffee sector

Despite its long history, South Sudan only became independent in 2011 – making it the newest internationally recognised country in the world. As well as...

May 5, 2022

A guide to coffee production in Haiti

Haiti is the third-largest country in the Caribbean. The island nation became the world’s first black-led republic and the Caribbean’s first independent state in the...

February 17, 2022

A guide to the Taiwanese coffee sector

Taiwan is an island in East Asia that sits to the south east of China. It is densely populated, largely urbanised, and home to beautiful...

February 10, 2022

Exploring the Bolivian coffee sector

While it is only the 38th largest coffee producer in the world, Bolivia’s coffee sector has its own unique history.  Even though Bolivian coffee doesn’t...

January 6, 2022

A guide to Hawaiian coffee production

For most people, the first thing that comes to mind about Hawaiian coffee production will be one word: Kona. Kona coffee is among the most...

December 13, 2021

A guide to Papua New Guinea’s coffee sector

Papua New Guinea (PNG) is an island state off the coast of northeastern Australia. It covers around half of the island of New Guinea, with...

December 1, 2021

A breakdown of Vietnamese coffee-producing regions

Vietnam is the second-largest coffee producer in the world after Brazil, and is the largest robusta-growing origin on the planet. This means it holds an...

November 22, 2021

Understanding coffee production in Angola

At its peak, Angola was the third-largest coffee producer in the world. However, since becoming independent in 1975, the industry has suffered through civil war,...

November 17, 2021

Exploring coffee production in Ghana

Ghana is located on West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea, only a few degrees north of the equator. The country borders Côte d’Ivoire to the west,...

October 25, 2021

A guide to coffee production in Campo das Vertentes

Campo das Vertentes is a coffee-producing region in Brazil, located in the heart of the state of Minas Gerais. Technically a mesoregion, it boasts altitudes...

October 20, 2021

What is Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee?

Jamaica Blue Mountain (JBM) coffee has been around for a long time. In fact, Jamaica’s coffee farms can actually be traced back with one coffee...

October 13, 2021

A guide to Tanzanian coffee production

Tanzania is the fourth-largest coffee producer in Africa, behind Ethiopia, Uganda, and Cote D’Ivoire. Despite this, the local coffee industry has faced challenges in recent...

October 5, 2021

Exploring Zambia as a coffee origin

As is common in many producing countries in Africa, coffee was first introduced to Zambia by missionaries. Here, however, it arrived comparatively late, in the...

September 21, 2021

A guide to coffee production in Madagascar

Madagascar is the fourth-largest island on Earth, located just off the southeastern coast of Africa. Some time in the mid-late 19th century, coffee was introduced...