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TIMESINDONESIA, JAKARTA – Director General of Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture, Bambang, impressed by the idea of Bondowoso’s local government in building coffee clusters for smallholder farmers. Development program of coffee cluster invented by government of Bondowoso Regency, involving Perhutani (Indonesian state-owned forestry firm), APEKI (Asosiasi Petani Kopi Indonesia or Indonesian Coffee Farmers Association) Bondowoso, Jatim Bank and Indonesian Coffee and

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TIMESINDONESIA, Jakarta – Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) has launched National Curriculum and Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) and Post-Harvest Arabica Coffee at Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs Office, Thursday (24/8/2017). The Executive Director of SCOPI, Veronica Herlina, said that NSC-A launch is the result of SCOPI’s cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and related

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The new organization will create a single agriculture sustainability standard; it will simplify the certification process, and continue to improve livelihoods for farmers and forest communities. The Rainforest Alliance and UTZ, two of the world’s leading sustainability certification organizations, have announced their intention to merge later this year. The new organization, to be named the

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TIMESINDONESIA, JAKARTA – Coffee Republic of Bondowoso (Bondowoso Republik Kopi, BRK) is no stranger to Indonesian coffee industry and enthusiasts. Decision was made by Bondowoso regent H. Amin Said Husni to brand Bondowoso as a ‘Coffee Republic’ in 2016 and known by many to date. After the birth of ‘Coffee Republic’, economic development in Bondowoso

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Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) was established to promote and grow public-private partnership in coffee commodity sector, and also to achieve economic opportunity for farmers, food security, as well as environmental sustainability. Read more here.

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Antara, Jakarta – Executive Director of the International Coffee Organization (ICO), Roberio Oliveira Silva, advised Indonesia to increase its coffee production to maintain its important position in determining supply of coffee in the global market. Indonesia is the fourth largest producer of coffee after Brazil Vietnam and Colombia and 7th largest consumer of that food product

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From the first taste, a blend of bitter, sour and sweet flavour can be noticed. The flavour did not linger too long, creating the need to taste it again and again. ‘This was the best coffee at a contest in America”, said Ayi Sutedja Soemail (51) proudly, the farmer who grows and processes this Mount

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