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Sunday, 2 October 2016

Epi Coffee Farmers Make First Harvest

By Anita Roberts Oct 1, 2016, Vanuatu Daily Post

Epi Coffee Farmrs, Vanuatu
Epi Coffee Farmrs, Vanuatu
This year marks a milestone for the Mafilau Coffee Farmers Association on the island of Epi since 2012 when it was given 2,000 coffee seedlings to get on its feed just after establishment.

The seedlings were delivered by the Tanna Coffee and Vanuatu Agriculture Department. Four years later, the young and struggling association have celebrated its first harvest of 51kg green beans.

Formed in 2011, this coffee farmers association is headed by a female, Eny Yona.

Providing a stable production of coffee, enhancing the coffee industry and ensuring a steadfast income stream for more farmers in Vanuatu was the idea of supplying the seedlings to the small association, said the Operations Manager of the Tanna Coffee, Yasmine Adlington-Walden.

“We (the Tanna Coffee) have future plans to replicate this success story on many other islands in Vanuatu.

“We are proud of the achievement of the Epi farmers. We will continue to support them as they grow, develop and value add to the country’s coffee industry, said another Tanna Coffee Spokesperson, Nambas Jacob Samuel. Mr Samuel went to the Epi to visit the farmers on Epi and has supplied an addition 32kg of coffee seeds to boost production.

The Mafilau Coffee Farmers Association has also been provided with a coffee pulper machine.

It is a device used to remove the pulp from a coffee cherry after it has been harvested. The cherries are passed through a pulping machine for the skin and pulp to be separated from the coffee bean.

An occasion was held at the village of Mafilau on west Epi to commemorate the first Epi coffee harvest.

Councillor of the west area council, Joseph Merip, who is also the leading cocoa farmer on Epi said the soil on the island is ideal for growing both cocoa and coffee.

“Its high time that the farmers on Epi start growing more cash crops like cocoa, coffee and kava.

“Epi’s coffee flavor is unique, similar to its cocoa”, he added.

The coffee association is small but it is growing slowly, he said.

Monday, 14 July 2014

Google Alert - Arabica Coffee - Weekly update ⋅ July 14, 2014


Arabica Coffee
Weekly update July 14, 2014


Wall Street Journal
Coffee Prices Tumble to Their Lowest in Nearly Five Months
NEW YORK—Futures prices for Arabica coffee fell on Thursday to their lowest in nearly five months, after some investors liquidated bets on rising ...
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Economic Times
Coffee Board finds a way to tackle arabica stem borer
KOCHI: Coffee Board has achieved a breakthrough in its research to combat white stem borer attack, which has become the single largest threat to the ...
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Coffee Futures Fall to Five-Month Low; Sugar Declines
Arabica-coffee futures fell to the lowest in almost five months in New York on speculation that demand will slow just as more supplies become ...
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SOFTS-ICE coffee slides to February lows, 4th straight weekly loss
ICE arabica coffee rout continues on bearish charts. * Unica data show Brazil's CS harvest gathers pace. * Cocoa futures edge higher after choppy ...
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Wall Street Journal (blog)
Coffee Stockpiles Grow Older, Cheaper
Arabica-coffee beans in the certified stockpiles of ICE Futures U.S., the exchange that operates the world's largest coffee-futures contract, are growing ...
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SOFTS-Coffee tumbles to near 5-month low, cocoa mixed
NEW YORK/LONDON, July 10 (Reuters) - Speculators triggered a fall in arabica coffee by liquidating positions on Thursday, taking one of this year's ...
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Talk of decent Brazil coffee harvest dents prices
Arabica coffee for September fell 3.3% at one point to 166.10 cents a pound, its lowest since February, before ... "Commercials are buying coffee.
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Business Recorder
SOFTS-Sugar down 2 percent, arabica tumbles to 4-1/2-month low
... 2 percent on Monday, following a smaller-than-expected reduction in speculators' bullish position, while arabica coffee tumbled on investor selling, ...
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Coffee planters are uprooting Arabica crops in an effort to control the spread of the borer pest. Fresh crops will take six years to yield beans for harvest.
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Can Starbucks Weather The Coffee Drought? Probably. The Competition? Maybe. (SBUX)
While the differences are detailed more in Starbucks's annual report, suffice to say that the company uses a higher quality arabica coffee and this class ...
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Thursday, 10 October 2013

Coffee from Papua New Guinea comes to Seattle