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du 10 au 12 Novembre 2020

Une sélection des meilleurs articles parus sur les filières cacao et café du Cameroun et du monde
A selection of the best articles published in the cocoa and coffee sector in Cameroon and around the world

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Cocoa prices record gains amid pending holiday

Cocoa prices record gains amid pending holiday season

By : Olumide Adesina
Published on: Novembre 8, 2020

Cocoa prices are up as Chocolate makers increased their buying pressure on the soft commodity on the basis that demand would pick up especially during festivities like Christmas.

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Read more : nairametrics.com

African coffee growers seek new opportunities in China's digital market

African coffee growers seek new opportunities in China's digital market

By : Liu Chen
Published on : November 8, 2020

Rwandan Ambassador to China James Kimonyo sold more than 3,000 bags of imported coffee in just one second during a livestream in China back in July. It was an unexpected success, which the diplomat hoped to replicate at the third China International Import Expo (CIIE) now underway in Shanghai. His recipe for success? Leveraging Rwanda's bubbling coffee culture and China's piping-hot e-commerce sector.

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Read more : news.cgtn.com

Cocoa industry stakeholders meet to device strategies to secure equitable living income for cocoa farmers

Cocoa industry stakeholders meet to device strategies to secure equitable living income for cocoa farmers

By : Ama Kudom-Agyemang
Published on : Novembre, 10 2020

Dubbed, “International Conference on Cocoa Pricing and Sustainability,” the focus is on securing equitable living income for cocoa farmers. The conference is also bringing together organizations and individuals who have been involved in cocoa pricing in the West Africa sub-region to share experiences and strategies in guaranteeing price stabilization for cocoa farmers.

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Read more : graphic.com.gh

OIAC : $950 millions en faveur du café africain

OIAC : $950 millions en faveur du café africain

Par : Commodafrica
Publié : 09 Novembre 2020

L’Organisation interafricaine du café (OIAC) a lancer une facilité de $950 millions avec le soutien d’Afreximbank pour soutenir la caféiculture en Afrique sous divers angles, de la recherche à la promotion de la consommation locale de café en passant par l’amélioration des rendements. Seront également partenaires du projet, le Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI) et l’Organisation internationale du café (ICO).

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Lire la suite : commodafrica.com