Vietnam to manage coffee quality through new database Business

Vietnam to manage coffee quality through new database

A database of coffee areas would be used as a digital tool to assist partners in managing coffee plantations and quality in Vietnam, participants heard at a workshop held by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and Global Coffee Platform (GCP) in Hanoi on May 23.
Dak Lak to reduce coffee-growing area Business

Dak Lak to reduce coffee-growing area

Dak Lak, the country’s largest coffee growing province, plans to reduce the area under the crop from 204,800ha now to 180,000ha by 2030, according to Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Hai Ninh.
Small-scale coffee farmers get helping hand Business

Small-scale coffee farmers get helping hand

Lo Thi Phong in Chieng Chung commune in Mai Son district in the mountain province of Son La, has cultivated coffee for more than 10 years on 5,000 square metres of land, but she still finds life difficult.
Laos: Coffee exports continue to fall World

Laos: Coffee exports continue to fall

The volume of coffee exports from Laos has decreased over the past couple of years due to a slump in coffee prices on the world market, according to the Lao Coffee Association (LCA).
World

First Laos Coffee Festival opens

Representatives of 178 coffee agents and 69 domestic and foreign coffee companies have showcased their regional products at the Laos Coffee Festival in Pakse, Chanpassak province.
Business

Ministry wants hi-tech agriculture zones

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is set to finalise and submit a plan for hi-tech agricultural zones to the Government for approval in June, said deputy minister Bui Ba Bong.