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Brewing again: The Manila Coffee Festival

After a two-year hiatus, The Manila Coffee Festival, the Philippines’ pioneer annual coffee lifestyle event is back

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FEATURE: Young IP farmers set out to prove that coffee farming goes hand in hand with forest conservation

Daniel Maches and Ricky Lacbogan, believe that coffee farming can be a lucrative venture that can also encourage rainforest conservation.

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Coffee's Next Generation of Farmers

As millions of ageing farmers set to retire, they are looking to their children to work on their labor-intensive coffee farms.

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VIDEO: How Coffee Is Grown In Tanzania

“What is great about mondul coffee is the environment, the culture of people around it, and its soil.” – James Odhiambo

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The Pandemic Extends into 2022

What does this mean for coffee producers?

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VIDEO: Timor Leste’s Next Generation of Coffee Growers

A short feature on one of Timor Leste's bright new hope in coffee farming

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VIDEO: Coffee producers in Peru turn to organic farming to cope with the climate crisis

Segundo Guerrero with son Hugo talk about the increase in pests and diseases that affect their coffee farms.

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FEATURE: Climate Change is Transforming Farming, Making Your Morning Coffee More Expensive

Coffee growers, and other farmers in Asia and around the world, need to make farming practices climate-smart and environmentally sustainable in order to maintain food supply and rural income.

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FEATURE: AVPA Organizes the 7th International Contest for Coffees Roasted at origin

AVPA, Agency for Agricultural Product Valuation, is a non-profit non-governmental organization, primarily composed of producers and passionate about taste.

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VIDEO: I-Witness: 'Ang Tunay na Barako'

Documentary by Howie Severino

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FEATURE: AVPA-Paris launches the 1st International Contest of Chocolates Processed at Origin 2021

AVPA, Agency for Agricultural Product Valuation, is a non-profit non-governmental organization, primarily composed of producers and passionate about taste.

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VIDEO: Kapeng tatak-Bangsamoro, kinilalang isa sa pinakamasarap na kape sa buong mundo

GMA News feature on South Upi, Maguindanao Coffee

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Maguindanao’s Upi coffee wins silver award in Paris competition

A blend of native Maguindanao coffee from the municipality of South Upi won a silver medal in a competition in Paris.

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The country’s coffee “capital”

Kapetolyo by SGD, a pet project of Mayor Isko Moreno himself, which serves some of the country’s best homegrown coffee, including the famed SGD from Sagada and Bukidnon’s Mirabueno.

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The bittersweet situation of the local coffee industry

October is Philippine Coffee month and like most businesses today, the local coffee industry is facing serious challenges. What does the future hold for Philippine coffee?

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This Bukidnon coffee farmer is bringing Robusta back into the spotlight

With his coffee's win in Milan last year, Raymund Mirabueno is bringing more attention and honor to the variety as well as local coffee farming.

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Two Local Coffee Firms Make It Big In Milan

SGD Coffee and Mirabueno Coffee emerged victorious in the recently concluded Agence pour la Valorisation des Produits Agricoles (AVPA) Awards 2019.

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Coffee farmer’s “big mistake” leads to international success

“Who would have thought that this coffee lot I treated poorly, disrespected, and almost uprooted the life out of would be the same trees that would produce award-winning coffee beans?”

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This Sagada Coffee Experience Will Make You Think Differently About Coffee in General

Try taking a trip to Sagada to gain a newfound appreciation for coffee.

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Coffee Heritage Project plants 3,000 coffee trees in Sagada

At least 3,000 coffee tree seedlings were planted in two northern barangays of this scenic town last week to promote the local coffee industry and help farmers.

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Cultural Identity & Coffee: We are What We Drink!

For our Coffee Heritage Project team, coffee is more than just a commodity but, a part of our cultural identity which we commit to sustain.

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Café Sans Frontières: Timor Leste

The country of Timor Leste is coffee paradise for coffee enthusiasts.

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VIDEO: The Philippines' best quality Arabica is thriving in this coffee farm in Sagada

ANCX visits the coffee farm of Magdalena Bolinget to learn how the Typica, a heritage Arabica varietal, is flourishing thanks to the efforts of the Coffee Heritage Project.

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Coffee Lovers, Here's Why the Manila Coffee Festival Is a Must This Weekend

Fun, revelry, live music, food, and entertainment, all tied up with the beauty of one’s favorite cup of coffee.

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VIDEO: I-Witness: 'Ginto ng Sagada'

Hindi lang magagandang tanawin ang makikita sa Sagada-maging ang pinakamasarap daw na kape sa bansa, dito matatagpuan! Ano kaya ang kuwento sa likod ng award-winning coffee na ito?

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Keeping the organic coffee farming tradition in Sagada alive

CHP is a fruitful collaboration amongst partner farmers, scientists, soil specialists, etymologists, and any person who has the heart for uplifting the value of Philippine coffee.

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Impact of Climate Change on Coffee

Coffee Heritage Project's farm program promotes the planting of new trees that sustain not just the environment but people’s lives as well.

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Why Do We Care About Direct Traded Coffee?

Direct Trade is when a coffee buyer pays coffee farmers a premium price above the fair trade price for high quality specialty coffee.

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Getting the High on Coffee

Finding the right elevation is essential in growing great beans. In general, beans grown at high altitudes mature more slowly and grow to be harder and denser than beans grown at lower elevations.

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Support for Women Coffee Farmers

Women represent a good majority of the world’s 25 million coffee farmers and are the backbone of most coffee-growing communities.

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