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First World Coffee Producers Forum plots roadmap to deal with common challenges

First World Coffee Producers Forum plots roadmap to deal with common challenges

12-July-2017

An Action Plan to be developed with specific goals, the conduction of an independent study, and the creation of a Committee with wide representation of different links of the global coffee chain stand out among the final resolutions adopted by the Forum, which ended Wednesday.
 
First World Coffee Producers Forum’s Final Declaration

First World Coffee Producers Forum’s Final Declaration

12-July-2017

This declaration is adopted in Medellin on July 12, 2017.
 
FNC launches global call for proposals to increase coffee harvesting efficiency

FNC launches global call for proposals to increase coffee harvesting efficiency

12-July-2017

"By co-developing innovations that address high cost of labor in Colombian coffee harvesting and increase profitability of producers, we want to create shared value between proponents and the FNC," noted Roberto Vélez, CEO of the FNC.
 
Fair trade is not doing enough for coffee.- Jeffrey Sachs

Fair trade is not doing enough for coffee.- Jeffrey Sachs

11-July-2017

If consumers paid an extra 5¢ per cup of coffee, farmers would receive twice what they receive today. “A small increment for consumers would mean a huge increment for farmers. That is the idea of fair trade,” he noted.
 
Coffee is an anchor for rural development.- Bill Clinton

Coffee is an anchor for rural development.- Bill Clinton

11-July-2017

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos recognizes the FNC’s efforts towards a higher income for coffee producers and its fostering of social development in rural Colombia.
 
Coffee-producing countries call for joining efforts in favor of farmers’ sustainability

Coffee-producing countries call for joining efforts in favor of farmers’ sustainability

11-July-2017

Government officials of coffee-producing countries emphasized the need to work collectively with all actors of the coffee value chain in order to address common challenges.
 
The global coffee industry to meet in Colombia next week

The global coffee industry to meet in Colombia next week

07-July-2017

With the Extraordinary National Coffee Growers Congress as a prelude to the First World Coffee Producers Forum, Colombia will be in the spotlight of the global industry, aiming at sustainability of the value chain with an approach of co-responsibility of all links.
 
Colombian Coffee Production Falls 9% in June

Colombian Coffee Production Falls 9% in June

07-July-2017

The drop is still the result of delayed flowerings normally occurring between June and October 2016, but less severe than the drop in April and May, confirming a trend to recovery of production levels. Exports grow 3%.
 
First World Coffee Producers Forum to be streamed in four languages

First World Coffee Producers Forum to be streamed in four languages

28-June-2017

Registrations are closed given the great response to the event, in which farmers and key players of the coffee industry from over 45 countries will address sustainability challenges of the value chain with a co-responsibility approach.
 
The FNC celebrates today 90 years of building a coffee country

The FNC celebrates today 90 years of building a coffee country

27-June-2017

In addition to its mission of working for the well-being of over 550,000 coffee farmers that it represents today, throughout its history the FNC has substantially contributed to the country’s economic and social development.
 
Third Stage of Pur Projet starts in Nariño

Third Stage of Pur Projet starts in Nariño

14-June-2017

This agroforestry program contributes to economic, social and environmental sustainability of Colombian coffee farming and to carbon capture at a global scale; about 330,000 native trees have been planted so far in the country.
 
Colombian Coffee Production Falls 22.5% in May

Colombian Coffee Production Falls 22.5% in May

08-June-2017

So far this coffee year (October 2016-May 2017), Colombian coffee production rose 1.7% by reaching nearly 9.7 million 60-kg bags.
 
Manos al Agua-IWM wins the Planeta Azul Award in the business category

Manos al Agua-IWM wins the Planeta Azul Award in the business category

26-May-2017

The Program is implemented by the FNC with the support of strategic partners, including the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), APC Colombia, the companies Nestlé, Nescafé, and Nespresso, the Wageningen UR and Cenicafé as founding partners.
 
Year-to-Date Colombian Coffee Production Rises 4.8%

Year-to-Date Colombian Coffee Production Rises 4.8%

05-May-2017

Year-to-date coffee exports reach over 4.4 million 60-kg bags.
 
FNC Executives Meet Brazilian Officials and Coffee Leaders

FNC Executives Meet Brazilian Officials and Coffee Leaders

17-April-2017

• Seeking to strengthen ties with the world's leading coffee producer and exporter.
• Brazilian officials expressed their interest in attending the first World Coffee Producers Forum, to be held in Medellín in July.
 
Quindío coffee lot is auctioned at $31 per pound

Quindío coffee lot is auctioned at $31 per pound

07-April-2017

Both the National Quality Competition and its auction are organized by the FNC. Domestic and international buyers purchased the 27 auctioned lots at prices ranging between US$ 5 and US$ 31.
 
Nicolás Rico is the first Colombian Brewer Champion

Nicolás Rico is the first Colombian Brewer Champion

06-April-2017

Rico will now represent Colombia in the World Brewers Cup in Budapest, Hungary.
 
Colombian Coffee Production Rises 8.1% in March

Colombian Coffee Production Rises 8.1% in March

05-April-2017

Year-to-date production increased 13%. During the last 12 months, production reached over 14.6 million 60-kg bags.
 
Quindío Hosts 2nd National Quality Competition and 1st Colombian Brewers Championship

Quindío Hosts 2nd National Quality Competition and 1st Colombian Brewers Championship

03-April-2017

From April 3 to 7, as part of the FNC's strategy to promote coffee from all Colombian coffee departments while fomenting quality, differentiation and added value.
 
Revenue of Juan Valdez® Café Grows 19% in 2016

Revenue of Juan Valdez® Café Grows 19% in 2016

31-March-2017

It reached US$ 85.9 million. Procafecol's costs of sales levels decreased from 39.7% in 2015 to 37.8% in 2016. Sales expenses as a proportion of revenue decreased from 33.4% in 2015 to 32% in 2016.
 
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