Vietnam expects to export 1.7 million tonnes of coffee this year, earning about US$3.5 billion, said Chairman of the Vietnam Coffee – Cocoa Association (VICOFA) Luong Van Tu.
PSNews-Local police force in Nhan Dao commune, Dak Rlap district (Dak Nong province) managed to protect coffee crops of local farmers from thieves.
Coffee is one of the nation’s agricultural commodities that has grown a presence in Africa in recent years, with a specific focus on North Africa, according to the latest statistics released by the Vietnamese trade office in Algeria.
Although ranking second in the world, Vietnam's coffee exports are plummeting.
Romania is a market of great potential to Vietnam’s exports like tropical fruits (fresh and canned), seafood (frozen and canned), coffee, pepper, cashew nut and pork, although the European country has a relatively developed agriculture, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
PSNews - The Buon Ma Thuot street carnival, part of the cultural activities to celebrate the 7th Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival, kicked off on March 9th.
Coffee production areas across many Vietnamese provinces, including Dak Lak, Dak Nong, Son La and Lam Dong, are endowed with crop varieties, weather conditions and soils that are suitable to develop specialty coffee, according to experts.
A Coffee Trade Fair kicked off in Buon Ma Thuot city in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak on March 9, as part of the ongoing 7th Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival.
The third Coffee Expo Vietnam 2018 will be held in Ho Chi Minh City next week, attracting 250 brands from 10 nations.
A good cup of coffee gives you the strength to power through a long, tiring day.
According to a new study, the caffeine-associated release of nitric oxide, which improves the functioning of blood vessels, may be the cause of an observed protective effect increasing the lifespans of people suffering from chronic kidney disease.
Vietnam is one of the largest coffee producers in the world, earning more than 3 billion USD from the export of coffee bean each year, but the country mainly sells beans as material with low added value.
Vietnam aims to increase value of coffee products by processing more than 25% of its coffee beans by 2020, according to the Processing and Market Development Authority (AgroTrade) under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
In a new study devoted to the preparation of the ideal cup of joe, chemists researched four brewing methods, including traditional hot brew and cold brew, medium and dark roast and medium and coarse grind.
To achieve a target of US$6 billion in export revenue, the coffee industry must improve its output, the quality of products, and added value, said Luong Van Tu, chairman of the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa).
Vietnam was estimated to ship 273,000 tonnes of coffee abroad for US$616 million in the first two months of 2017, down 7.3% in quantity but up 22.3% in value compared to the same period last year.
A press conference for the annual Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival has announced it will run March 3-13 concurrently with the Central Highland Gongs Festival and the fourth Central Highlands Investment Promotion Conference.
A coffee museum was recently opened in Buon Ma Thuot city of the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak.
PSNews - Dac Lac Provincial People’s Committee held a press conference to announce the 6th Buon Ma Thuat Coffee Festival and 2017 Highlands Gong Festival on December 25.
Already a major coffee and rice exporter, Vietnam is now turning its attention to fruit and vegetables.