• EFICO (HONDURAS) - GROWING, HARVESTING AND EXPORTING COFFEE

    Discover how coffee grows, is harvested and exported at Honduran coffee exporting company INAGINSA, located in Santa Rosa de Copán.

    published: 10 Jun 2011
  • Marcala, La Paz, Honduras - The region is known for its coffee production

    Marcala is a municipality in the Honduran department of La Paz. The region is known for its coffee production, boasting the first "protected origin denomination" for coffee. Marcala has been designated as a center of Lenca Trail, a government and United Nations sponsored development effort to encourage tourism to Lenca communities. It offers visitors perspective on the culture of indigenous people and provides new markets for their traditional crafts. ====================================================== Follow us https://www.facebook.com/Ordersfly https://www.instagram.com/ordersfly https://ordersfly.com https://twitter.com/shopordersfly

    published: 20 Sep 2017
  • Leaf Rust Resistant Honduran Coffee

    http://buyorganiccoffee.org/1427/leaf-rust-resistant-honduran-coffee/ Leaf Rust Resistant Honduran Coffee By www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org Research into resistant coffee strains and significant replanting has led to increased Honduran coffee output and exports. Agrimoney.com writes about how the third ranking exporter of Arabica coffee is well on its way to overcoming coffee leaf rust and bringing exports back up to traditional levels. Honduran coffee production, and exports, will hit a record high in 2015-16 as Central America's top bean grower reaps the benefit of efforts to counter rust, which badly hurt the region's output two seasons ago. Honduras - Latin America's third-ranked coffee exporter after Brazil and Colombia, and renowned as an origin of higher quality supplies - will produ...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Alfoz Coffee Exporter

    Alfoz Coffee Exporter in Ethiopia

    published: 27 Mar 2012
  • Fairtrade coffee, harvest to export. (Honduras y Nicaragua Co-ops)

    published: 17 Feb 2015
  • Honduras: Coffee Plantation Tours

    In the western highlands of Honduras, visitors will find two distinctive coffee plantations near Copán Ruinas: Finca Santa Isabel (Café Welchez) and Finca El Cisne. A tour of each educates on the growing, harvesting and production of coffee beans. At Finca Santa Isabel, guests hike along a hillside nature trail amid coffee plants with plenty of chances to sight birds, including mot mots and oropendolas. At Finca El Cisne, visitors explore the plantation by horseback on trails that border the coffee plantation and that provide panoramic views of the countryside. At each, they will also learn about the harvesting and production of the beans, and can end their visit with a meal and a hot cup of fresh Honduran coffee. Finca Santa Isabel (Café Welchez): http://www.cafehonduras.com Finca El...

    published: 28 Oct 2009
  • The Kids Who Pick Our Coffee

    A brief film about the children harvesting coffee in Honduras and Guatemala, and what one organization, Paramedics for Children, is doing to help them.

    published: 03 Nov 2015
  • coffee exports

    published: 28 Jul 2014
  • Top 10 Largest Coffee Producing Countries in The World

    Top 10 Largest Coffee Producing Countries in The World 10. Guatemala This Central American country produces about 204,000,000 kilograms of coffee beans in 2016 but was over taken by Honduras in 2011.The production numbers have remained consistent over the past few years. These beans are most abundant when the temperature lies between 16 and 32°C, and at altitudes between 500 and 5,000 metres above sea level. 9. MEXICO Bordered by the north of the United States, Mexico produces high quality Arabica beans grown in its coastal regions near the borders of Guatemala. In 2016, Mexico produced over 234,000,000 kilograms of coffee beans. As the International Coffee Arrangement was dismantled the worldwide coffee prices were no longer controlled which led in the decline of Mexico’s coffee ...

    published: 25 Nov 2017
  • Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Ltd- Sta Rosa de Copan_Honduras C.A.

    COCAFCAL focuses on the production and processing of only the best Arabica coffee beans. Today, Capucas is appreciated all over the world as a mild coffee with full body and fine acidity, distinctive for its chocolate taste with citrus notes. COCAFCAL offers its customers the best quality coffee available under international certification standards. Currently the cooperative holds the following social/environmental certifications: Organic coffee – certified Biolatina since 2006, certified Naturland since 2012, certified JAS (in process) Fairtrade – according to the FLO regulations, since 2009 The Cooperative complies with a number of certifications that focus exclusively on the importance of sustainable agriculture, with guidelines to protect the environment, wildlife, workers and loca...

    published: 08 Sep 2014
  • Small Coffee Producers from Honduras Strengthened with Canadian Support

    With Canadian support, the Sustainable Coffee Production project provides assistance to 12 coffee cooperatives in 13 municipalities of rural Honduras. Implementing partner Honduran Institute for Coffee (IHCAFE) promotes sustainable coffee production practices, such as shade-grown pesticide-free coffee, to shift small-scale producers away from traditional practices that generate low yields and income and pollute water sources. IHCAFE also provides training to producers and access to essential inputs, such as credit and high-yield varieties, as well as technology to improve post-harvest quality and reduce losses. The project helps strengthen the capacity of cooperatives in business plan development and marketing and to assist the cooperatives in obtaining internationally-recognized organi...

    published: 10 Aug 2017
  • Guatemala Coffee Information

    Coffee production in Guatemala began to develop in the 1850s. Coffee is an important element in the economy of Guatemala. Guatemala was Central America's top producer of coffee for most of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century, until overtaken by Honduras in 2011. Illegal exports to Honduras and Mexico are not reflected in official statistics. The coffee industry began to develop in Guatemala in the 1850s and 1860s, initially mixing its cultivation with cochineal. Small plantations flourished in Amatitlán and Antigua areas in the southwest.[4] Initial growth though was slow due to lack of knowledge and technology. Many planters had to rely on loans and borrow from their families to finance their coffee estates (fincas) so coffee production in the country grew increasing non-Guate...

    published: 29 Apr 2015
  • Bags with Colombian coffee ready for export

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    published: 28 Nov 2013
  • Coffee Exportation Process.

    The economics of coffee - Exportation Process

    published: 27 Sep 2016
  • A Coffee with the Producers

    Coffee producing countries such as Honduras export thousands of tons of green coffee per year. How do coffee producers drink their coffee? What are their coffee drinking habits? We find out in this video! More information: http://www.vanhoutte.com

    published: 01 Aug 2013
  • Honduras Coffee Project

    http://www.nwcrc.ca/coffee-info/

    published: 07 Jul 2015
  • TREES Honduras Doc Shade Coffee Farm

    This is a multilevel forest garden with coffee with mix shade fruit species. This area provides a yearly income to the owner of coffee, with production of a staple crop in the bananas, and long term investment in the form of timber species.

    published: 13 Aug 2013
  • ALDI's "Honduran Coffee" Review

    Talk about something good? This stuff is great! Here's a full review and a sit down and drink with me. I abridges in places to shorten it some, but it's still kinda longish. Still, give er' a view and comment. Music credits as needed and deserved: Brookers Blues by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Danse Morialta by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200026 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Panama Hat No Voice by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licen...

    published: 19 Dec 2015
  • Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 2

    Kevin Sinnott, the Coffee Companion, interviews Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera award-winning Honduras Coffee Producers at Coffee Con 2014 Chicago (Part 2).

    published: 22 Jun 2014
  • Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 1

    Kevin Sinnott, the Coffee Companion, interviews Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera award-winning Honduras Coffee Producers at Coffee Con 2014 Chicago (Part 1).

    published: 22 Jun 2014
  • Organic Honduran Marcala Coffee (COMSA)

    A short slideshow of the COMSA coffee producers of Honduras. The company, "Organic Coffee Marcala S.A. de CV," or COMSA, is located in the Municipality of Marcala, Department of La Paz, Honduras, Central America. They are made up of 316 members: 75 women and 231 men. COMSA produces approximately 26,145 pounds of green coffee exports per year. Thanks to Royal NY for the pictures!

    published: 22 Feb 2012
  • Specialty Coffee in Honduras: a trailer

    This is a film about the captivating story of Mayra Orellana-Powell, whose vision and determination has made her an incredible leader in her rural mountain village of Honduras and dedicated advocate for their future, a future deeply rooted in coffee. Growing up in the village of Santa Elena, Mayra experienced coffee as a way of life, underlying and represented in community, relationships and gratitude. These cornerstones of life and coffee never left her as she went on to pursue an education and life in the US, and most recently, to start a coffee business, Catracha Coffee Company. The film follows Mayra's journey to starting a small coffee business and her journey back home with several coffee professionals in pursuit of great coffee, the truly great coffee that is calling attention to Ho...

    published: 10 Apr 2012
  • Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 3

    Kevin Sinnott, the Coffee Companion, interviews Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera award-winning Honduras Coffee Producers at Coffee Con 2014 Chicago (Part 3).

    published: 22 Jun 2014
  • Part 2: Harvesting, Exporting and the Economics of Coffee | The Story of Coffee | Original Fare

    Continuing her trip to Colombia, Kelly gets to experience the challenge of harvesting coffee beans in the mountains. She also gets a wake-up call about the economics of the industry and learns how the harvested beans are exported throughout the world. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsoING0PSpU Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGad_tdfghU Credits: Written & Directed By Kelly Cox Shot & Cut By Lucas Longacre Featuring Frank Stitt Carolina Castaneda Stacey Hawkins Special Thanks HC Valentine Fairmont Hotel Juan Valdez Production Assistant Kacey Klonsky Music "Broom Rider" by Waylong Thornton waylonthornton.tumblr.com "Where You Been?" by Waylong Thornton waylonthornton.tumblr.com "Sex Like Art" by The Easton Ellises http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Easton_Ellise...

    published: 29 Jun 2016
  • Coffee exporters dry mill tour, CADEXSA, Honduras

    published: 07 Dec 2014
  • Fairtrade coffee, harvest to export. (Honduras y Nicaragua Co-ops)

    published: 17 Feb 2015
  • Honduras Coffee Trip - Velodrome Coffee Company, By: Brice Sturmer

    Where does coffee come from? It grows on trees in some of the most exotic places in the world! Learn more at https://www.velodromecoffeecompany.com SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW RELEASES COMING SOON Our owner Brice, just got back from a coffee sourcing trip to Honduras! While there he connected with farmers and exporters in hopes to bring back an incredibly special coffee for Velodrome's debut offering. This video is just a quick compilation of some of the videos he shot while he was there. Want to try some of the coffee sourced on this trip? https://www.velodromecoffeecompany.com/products/581aae80f91c5a1100603c92 instagram: https://www.instagram.com/velodromecoffeeco facebook: https://www.facebook.com/velodromecoffeecompany Music by Space Capone, all rights reserved to owner of rights: Brice S...

    published: 19 Feb 2017
  • SOUTH AMERICA: FOUR COUNTRIES JOIN FORCES TO BOOST COFFEE PRICES

    Spanish/Nat Four Latin American countries have joined together to try and boost the price their producers get for coffee. The price has plummeted on the world market to just 130 U-S dollars a ton threatening the fabric of these countries' economies. Coffee producers in Latin America have joined forces to boost the price of their coffee on the world market. Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras and Colombia have stopped their coffee exports indefinitely in an attempt to recoup the price-fall. The decision was made after coffee prices plummeted in less than a month from 175 U-S dollars to 130 U-S dollars a ton, which threatens these countries frail economies. SOUNDBITE: (In Spanish) "At this moment four Central American countries and Colombia made a decision yesterday to 'c...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Honduras Siguatepeque Cerro Azul

    Roasting now: http://www.oldbisbeeroasters.com/Honduras-p/honduras_new.htm The first sniff reveals a delicate aroma of dried fig. In the cup, it’s rich and thick with notes of dark chocolate, cedar, and pastry. It finishes with a lemon twist. About this Coffee GROWER: Cooperativa de Horticultors Siguatepeque Limitada (COHORSIL) REGION: Siguatepeque, Comayagua, Honduras ALTITUDE: 1,300 – 1,650 meters PROCESS: Fully washed and dried in the sun VARIETY: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, and Pacas HARVEST: November - March SOIL: Clay minerals CERTIFICATION: Conventional Honduras Siguatepeque Cerro Azul is sourced from members of La Cooperativa Cafetalera Siguatepeque Limitada, formerly known as La Cooperativa de Horticultors Siguatepeque Limitada (COHORSIL), which was formed in 1980 by a group of...

    published: 23 Feb 2016
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EFICO (HONDURAS) - GROWING, HARVESTING AND EXPORTING COFFEE

EFICO (HONDURAS) - GROWING, HARVESTING AND EXPORTING COFFEE

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Discover how coffee grows, is harvested and exported at Honduran coffee exporting company INAGINSA, located in Santa Rosa de Copán.
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Marcala, La Paz, Honduras -  The region is known for its coffee production

Marcala, La Paz, Honduras - The region is known for its coffee production

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Marcala is a municipality in the Honduran department of La Paz. The region is known for its coffee production, boasting the first "protected origin denomination" for coffee. Marcala has been designated as a center of Lenca Trail, a government and United Nations sponsored development effort to encourage tourism to Lenca communities. It offers visitors perspective on the culture of indigenous people and provides new markets for their traditional crafts. ====================================================== Follow us https://www.facebook.com/Ordersfly https://www.instagram.com/ordersfly https://ordersfly.com https://twitter.com/shopordersfly
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Leaf Rust Resistant Honduran Coffee

Leaf Rust Resistant Honduran Coffee

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http://buyorganiccoffee.org/1427/leaf-rust-resistant-honduran-coffee/ Leaf Rust Resistant Honduran Coffee By www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org Research into resistant coffee strains and significant replanting has led to increased Honduran coffee output and exports. Agrimoney.com writes about how the third ranking exporter of Arabica coffee is well on its way to overcoming coffee leaf rust and bringing exports back up to traditional levels. Honduran coffee production, and exports, will hit a record high in 2015-16 as Central America's top bean grower reaps the benefit of efforts to counter rust, which badly hurt the region's output two seasons ago. Honduras - Latin America's third-ranked coffee exporter after Brazil and Colombia, and renowned as an origin of higher quality supplies - will produce 6.11m bags of beans in 2015-16, on an October-to-September basis, the US Department of Agriculture bureau in Tegucigalpa said. That would take to 37% the rebound in output from a low last season, as coffee rust spread through the country, as it did through other Central American producing nations. And it would lift output - all of arabica beans - above the record 5.60m bags achieved in 2011-12, before the outbreak of rust, caused by the roya fungus, which cuts yields dramatically and can result in tree death. Honduras, like Colombia has been carrying out research to develop coffee leaf rust resistant strains. This effort has been successful and many coffee plantations that were replanted a few years ago are back in production. Corporate Efforts to Fight Leaf Rust The mega coffee shop people, Starbucks, are pouring money into supporting high end and organic coffee farmers in fighting leaf rust. The Seattle Times reports that Starbucks is giving $30 million more for this effort. Starbucks renewed a commitment to fund loans for coffee farmers in a bid to strengthen the often wobbly supply chain for the bean that underpins its sprawling empire. The coffee giant said it will allocate $30 million to a global fund for farmers to be distributed over the next five years, a follow-up to the program that has applied $20 million since 2010 toward loans made through microfinance nonprofits such as Root Capital. The loans are designed to help farmers with little access to traditional financing from banks. Starbucks’ promise comes as coffee farmers in Central America and the Caribbean struggle to recover from a devastating epidemic of coffee rust and deal with the impact of climate change on their crop. The company says some 62 cooperatives in eight countries - representing more than 40,000 farmers - were aided by the initial $20 million. This is an example of enlightened self-interest. Starbucks prospers because it provides a great cup of coffee and that cup of coffee threatened when small high end and organic coffee farmers go under. Not All Nations Are Successful While leaf rust resistant Honduran coffee is leading that nation back to its accustomed spot on the coffee export list nations like Nicaragua are struggling with the plant disease. CCTV America writes about how coffee rust threatens crops in Nicaragua. High-quality coffee produced in Nicaragua is one of the country’s most lucrative exports. But a disease called “coffee leaf rust” is devastating the crop fields of Nicaragua and the farmers who harvest them. The same plant that won one of the most important coffee prizes in Nicaragua a few years ago has now been deeply affected by coffee rust. The most successful nations, like Honduras will follow the example of Colombian efforts to fight leaf rust and see their production and exports recover. http://youtu.be/FqwsvcuCJF8
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Alfoz Coffee Exporter

Alfoz Coffee Exporter

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Alfoz Coffee Exporter in Ethiopia
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Fairtrade coffee, harvest to export. (Honduras y Nicaragua Co-ops)

Fairtrade coffee, harvest to export. (Honduras y Nicaragua Co-ops)

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Honduras: Coffee Plantation Tours

Honduras: Coffee Plantation Tours

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In the western highlands of Honduras, visitors will find two distinctive coffee plantations near Copán Ruinas: Finca Santa Isabel (Café Welchez) and Finca El Cisne. A tour of each educates on the growing, harvesting and production of coffee beans. At Finca Santa Isabel, guests hike along a hillside nature trail amid coffee plants with plenty of chances to sight birds, including mot mots and oropendolas. At Finca El Cisne, visitors explore the plantation by horseback on trails that border the coffee plantation and that provide panoramic views of the countryside. At each, they will also learn about the harvesting and production of the beans, and can end their visit with a meal and a hot cup of fresh Honduran coffee. Finca Santa Isabel (Café Welchez): http://www.cafehonduras.com Finca El Cisne: http://www.fincaelcisne.com (This video was filmed in July 2009, in conjunction with the Honduras Institute of Tourism.)
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The Kids Who Pick Our Coffee

The Kids Who Pick Our Coffee

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A brief film about the children harvesting coffee in Honduras and Guatemala, and what one organization, Paramedics for Children, is doing to help them.
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coffee exports

coffee exports

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Top 10 Largest Coffee Producing Countries in The World

Top 10 Largest Coffee Producing Countries in The World

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Top 10 Largest Coffee Producing Countries in The World 10. Guatemala This Central American country produces about 204,000,000 kilograms of coffee beans in 2016 but was over taken by Honduras in 2011.The production numbers have remained consistent over the past few years. These beans are most abundant when the temperature lies between 16 and 32°C, and at altitudes between 500 and 5,000 metres above sea level. 9. MEXICO Bordered by the north of the United States, Mexico produces high quality Arabica beans grown in its coastal regions near the borders of Guatemala. In 2016, Mexico produced over 234,000,000 kilograms of coffee beans. As the International Coffee Arrangement was dismantled the worldwide coffee prices were no longer controlled which led in the decline of Mexico’s coffee production. 8. UGANDA An unusual name that comes up in the world’s top coffee production is Uganda. It produced about 285,300,000 kilograms of coffee in 2016.It crossed Mexico in 2016 and is the 8th largest producer of coffee. The nation grows different types of coffee beans Robusta beans (a crop native to the Kibale forest area) and Arabica beans from nearby Ethiopia. 7. HONDURAS Honduras located to the west of Guatemala produced about 345,000,000 kilograms of coffee in the year 2016 and has got the title of Central America’s top coffee producer. Even though they still face problems related to a lack of national branding Honduras are mainly used in blends and are therefore less recognizable to the average consumer. 6. INDIA The subcontinent of India has diverse climatic conditions which is highly suited for the production of coffee. Although it is not a country that comes to mind for coffee production but India has produced 349,980,000 kilograms of beans in 2016.Coffee is mainly grown in the South-Indian hilly regions. These beans usually grow during monsoon and are planted alongside spices like cardamom, cinnamon which gives it a spicy taste. In 2004, Indian Coffee brand Tata won 3 gold medals at the Grand Cus De Cafe Competition. 5. ETHIOPIA Ethiopia is the geographic home for Arabica coffee the most popular beans worldwide. It produced about 384,000,000 kilograms of coffee beans in 2016. About 28% of Ethiopia’s yearly exports are because of coffee. 4. INDONESIA Indonesia produced over 660,000,000 kilograms of coffee beans in 2016 and has opted for a quantity over quality method as the climatic conditions flavours for the production lower-quality Robusta beans (less valued than the Arabica beans). 3. COLOMBIA Colombian coffee is famous because of character named Juan Valdez from the advertisements of the National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia Due to the change in climate there was a major downfall in the production of coffee between 1980 to 2010. 2. VIETNAM Vietnam produced about 1,650,000,000 kilograms of coffee beans 2016.The most famous drink of this place is coffee with condensed milk. Even though there was a huge economic blow during the war their chief exporter was rice as there was a rapid expansion in coffee production about 6,000 tons earlier and 2 million has moved this country to second place. 1. BRAZIL Brazil is one of the top coffee-producing nations in the world. In 2016, it produced about 2,594,100,000 kilograms of coffee beans. It is has been the largest producer for about 150 years. The majority of the coffee plantations are located in Minas Gerais, Sao Paulo, and Parana, three south eastern states where the climate and temperature are ideal for coffee production. Source - http://www.trendingtopmost.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ► F A C E B O O K - https://www.facebook.com/worltop10/?ref=hl ►T W I T T E R - https://twitter.com/WorlTop10 ►B L O G S P O R T - https://worltopp10.blogspot.com ►P I N T E R E S T - https://in.pinterest.com/WorlTop10 ►G O O G L E+ - https://plus.google.com/b/108508608158059871397/+WorlTop10U ►I N S T A G R A M -https://www.instagram.com/worltop10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I, Sk Atar Ali hereby declare that all Images use to make this video is from Google Search www.google.com. I use Google Advanced Search to collect those images, usage rights: "free to use, share or modify, even commercially" section. Background Sound of this video I collect from YouTube Audio Library which is free to use. Thank you.
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Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Ltd- Sta Rosa de Copan_Honduras C.A.

Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Ltd- Sta Rosa de Copan_Honduras C.A.

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COCAFCAL focuses on the production and processing of only the best Arabica coffee beans. Today, Capucas is appreciated all over the world as a mild coffee with full body and fine acidity, distinctive for its chocolate taste with citrus notes. COCAFCAL offers its customers the best quality coffee available under international certification standards. Currently the cooperative holds the following social/environmental certifications: Organic coffee – certified Biolatina since 2006, certified Naturland since 2012, certified JAS (in process) Fairtrade – according to the FLO regulations, since 2009 The Cooperative complies with a number of certifications that focus exclusively on the importance of sustainable agriculture, with guidelines to protect the environment, wildlife, workers and local communities. These include: Rainforest Alliance – since 2006, Starbucks C.A.F.E. Practices – since 2007, UTZ Kapeh- since 2012, Smithsonian Shade Grown/Bird Friendly Coffee – since 2012
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Small Coffee Producers from Honduras Strengthened with Canadian Support

Small Coffee Producers from Honduras Strengthened with Canadian Support

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With Canadian support, the Sustainable Coffee Production project provides assistance to 12 coffee cooperatives in 13 municipalities of rural Honduras. Implementing partner Honduran Institute for Coffee (IHCAFE) promotes sustainable coffee production practices, such as shade-grown pesticide-free coffee, to shift small-scale producers away from traditional practices that generate low yields and income and pollute water sources. IHCAFE also provides training to producers and access to essential inputs, such as credit and high-yield varieties, as well as technology to improve post-harvest quality and reduce losses. The project helps strengthen the capacity of cooperatives in business plan development and marketing and to assist the cooperatives in obtaining internationally-recognized organic certification. This certification enables producers to gain access to high-value international coffee markets. The project is a component of the Agriculture Value Chain Initiative. The goal of the Initiative is to enhance food security for poor rural Hondurans. It aims to increase the annual income of small-scale producers through improvements in productivity, quality, and diversity in the coffee and cacao sectors.
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Guatemala Coffee Information

Guatemala Coffee Information

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Coffee production in Guatemala began to develop in the 1850s. Coffee is an important element in the economy of Guatemala. Guatemala was Central America's top producer of coffee for most of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century, until overtaken by Honduras in 2011. Illegal exports to Honduras and Mexico are not reflected in official statistics. The coffee industry began to develop in Guatemala in the 1850s and 1860s, initially mixing its cultivation with cochineal. Small plantations flourished in Amatitlán and Antigua areas in the southwest.[4] Initial growth though was slow due to lack of knowledge and technology. Many planters had to rely on loans and borrow from their families to finance their coffee estates (fincas) so coffee production in the country grew increasing non-Guatemalan, owned by foreign companies who possessed the financial power to buy plantations and provide investment. Try a cup today http://www.freshgrinds.com/yt coffee distributor austin tx coffee distributor australia coffee distributor birmingham al coffee distributor brisbane coffee distributor burlington coffee distributor business coffee distributor business opportunity coffee distributor business plan coffee distributor canada coffee distributor chicago coffee distributor china coffee distributor deer park ny coffee distributor denver coffee distributor dubai coffee distributor florida coffee distributor for convenience store coffee distributor hong kong coffee distributor houston coffee distributor in canada coffee distributor in dubai coffee distributor in farmingdale ny coffee distributor in malaysia coffee distributor in singapore coffee distributor in thailand coffee distributor in the philippines coffee distributor india coffee distributor indonesia coffee distributor ireland coffee distributor jobs austin tx coffee distributor las vegas coffee distributor london coffee distributor long island coffee distributor los angeles coffee distributor malaysia coffee distributor margins coffee distributor montreal coffee distributor nevada coffee distributor new york coffee distributor newark nj coffee distributor nj coffee distributor nyc coffee distributor oakville coffee distributor ontario coffee distributor opportunities coffee distributor perth coffee distributor philippines coffee distributor poland coffee distributor raleigh nc coffee distributor salary coffee distributor san antonio coffee distributor san diego coffee distributor seattle coffee distributor singapore coffee distributor sydney coffee distributor texas coffee distributor thailand coffee distributor toronto coffee distributor uk coffee distributor usa coffee distributor wanted
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Bags with Colombian coffee ready for export

Bags with Colombian coffee ready for export

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Coffee Exportation Process.

Coffee Exportation Process.

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The economics of coffee - Exportation Process
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A Coffee with the Producers

A Coffee with the Producers

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Coffee producing countries such as Honduras export thousands of tons of green coffee per year. How do coffee producers drink their coffee? What are their coffee drinking habits? We find out in this video! More information: http://www.vanhoutte.com
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Honduras Coffee Project

Honduras Coffee Project

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http://www.nwcrc.ca/coffee-info/
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TREES Honduras Doc Shade Coffee Farm

TREES Honduras Doc Shade Coffee Farm

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This is a multilevel forest garden with coffee with mix shade fruit species. This area provides a yearly income to the owner of coffee, with production of a staple crop in the bananas, and long term investment in the form of timber species.
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ALDI's "Honduran Coffee" Review

ALDI's "Honduran Coffee" Review

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Talk about something good? This stuff is great! Here's a full review and a sit down and drink with me. I abridges in places to shorten it some, but it's still kinda longish. Still, give er' a view and comment. Music credits as needed and deserved: Brookers Blues by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Danse Morialta by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200026 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Panama Hat No Voice by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ All other music was sourced from the free Music Archive and the YouTube Audio Library and are property of their respective owners. I do not take credit for any music presented here.
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Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 2

Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 2

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Kevin Sinnott, the Coffee Companion, interviews Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera award-winning Honduras Coffee Producers at Coffee Con 2014 Chicago (Part 2).
https://wn.com/Marysabel_Caballero_Moises_Herrera_Honduras_Coffee_Producers_Coffee_Con_Interview_Part_2
Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 1

Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 1

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Kevin Sinnott, the Coffee Companion, interviews Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera award-winning Honduras Coffee Producers at Coffee Con 2014 Chicago (Part 1).
https://wn.com/Marysabel_Caballero_Moises_Herrera_Honduras_Coffee_Producers_Coffee_Con_Interview_Part_1
Organic Honduran Marcala Coffee (COMSA)

Organic Honduran Marcala Coffee (COMSA)

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A short slideshow of the COMSA coffee producers of Honduras. The company, "Organic Coffee Marcala S.A. de CV," or COMSA, is located in the Municipality of Marcala, Department of La Paz, Honduras, Central America. They are made up of 316 members: 75 women and 231 men. COMSA produces approximately 26,145 pounds of green coffee exports per year. Thanks to Royal NY for the pictures!
https://wn.com/Organic_Honduran_Marcala_Coffee_(Comsa)
Specialty Coffee in Honduras: a trailer

Specialty Coffee in Honduras: a trailer

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This is a film about the captivating story of Mayra Orellana-Powell, whose vision and determination has made her an incredible leader in her rural mountain village of Honduras and dedicated advocate for their future, a future deeply rooted in coffee. Growing up in the village of Santa Elena, Mayra experienced coffee as a way of life, underlying and represented in community, relationships and gratitude. These cornerstones of life and coffee never left her as she went on to pursue an education and life in the US, and most recently, to start a coffee business, Catracha Coffee Company. The film follows Mayra's journey to starting a small coffee business and her journey back home with several coffee professionals in pursuit of great coffee, the truly great coffee that is calling attention to Honduras, an emerging coffee leader. And ultimately, this story is about the human, relational side of coffee as Mayra connects her two homes across cultures through the bridge of coffee, family, and relationships.
https://wn.com/Specialty_Coffee_In_Honduras_A_Trailer
Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 3

Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera Honduras Coffee Producers Coffee Con Interview Part 3

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Kevin Sinnott, the Coffee Companion, interviews Marysabel Caballero & Moises Herrera award-winning Honduras Coffee Producers at Coffee Con 2014 Chicago (Part 3).
https://wn.com/Marysabel_Caballero_Moises_Herrera_Honduras_Coffee_Producers_Coffee_Con_Interview_Part_3
Part 2: Harvesting, Exporting and the Economics of Coffee | The Story of Coffee | Original Fare

Part 2: Harvesting, Exporting and the Economics of Coffee | The Story of Coffee | Original Fare

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Continuing her trip to Colombia, Kelly gets to experience the challenge of harvesting coffee beans in the mountains. She also gets a wake-up call about the economics of the industry and learns how the harvested beans are exported throughout the world. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsoING0PSpU Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGad_tdfghU Credits: Written & Directed By Kelly Cox Shot & Cut By Lucas Longacre Featuring Frank Stitt Carolina Castaneda Stacey Hawkins Special Thanks HC Valentine Fairmont Hotel Juan Valdez Production Assistant Kacey Klonsky Music "Broom Rider" by Waylong Thornton waylonthornton.tumblr.com "Where You Been?" by Waylong Thornton waylonthornton.tumblr.com "Sex Like Art" by The Easton Ellises http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Easton_Ellises/ "Merry Go Round" by Howie & Ann Mitchell http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Howie__Ann_Mitchell/ "Sonido Amazonico" by Chicha Libre http://www.chichalibre.com "Pavane" by Chicha Libre http://www.chichalibre.com "Latin Jeta" by Los Sundayers http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Los_Sundayers/ "Flamenco Rhythm" by Sunsearcher http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Sunsearcher/ "Sail Boat" by The Underscore Orkestra http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Underscore_Orkestra/ In Original Fare, join Kelly Cox as she attempts to hunt, forage, and farm her way across the globe in search of the best ingredients our planet has to offer. For more, visit http://www.theoriginalfare.com. PBS Food celebrates a love of food and cooking with the best recipes and fresh ingredients. No gimmicks, just food. Find recipes from your favorite cooking shows and more: http://www.pbs.org/food Follow PBS Food on Twitter: @PBSFood
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Coffee exporters dry mill tour, CADEXSA, Honduras

Coffee exporters dry mill tour, CADEXSA, Honduras

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  • Updated: 07 Dec 2014
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Fairtrade coffee, harvest to export. (Honduras y Nicaragua Co-ops)

Fairtrade coffee, harvest to export. (Honduras y Nicaragua Co-ops)

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  • Updated: 17 Feb 2015
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https://wn.com/Fairtrade_Coffee,_Harvest_To_Export._(Honduras_Y_Nicaragua_Co_Ops)
Honduras Coffee Trip - Velodrome Coffee Company, By: Brice Sturmer

Honduras Coffee Trip - Velodrome Coffee Company, By: Brice Sturmer

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Where does coffee come from? It grows on trees in some of the most exotic places in the world! Learn more at https://www.velodromecoffeecompany.com SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW RELEASES COMING SOON Our owner Brice, just got back from a coffee sourcing trip to Honduras! While there he connected with farmers and exporters in hopes to bring back an incredibly special coffee for Velodrome's debut offering. This video is just a quick compilation of some of the videos he shot while he was there. Want to try some of the coffee sourced on this trip? https://www.velodromecoffeecompany.com/products/581aae80f91c5a1100603c92 instagram: https://www.instagram.com/velodromecoffeeco facebook: https://www.facebook.com/velodromecoffeecompany Music by Space Capone, all rights reserved to owner of rights: Brice Sturmer
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SOUTH AMERICA: FOUR COUNTRIES JOIN FORCES TO BOOST COFFEE PRICES

SOUTH AMERICA: FOUR COUNTRIES JOIN FORCES TO BOOST COFFEE PRICES

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Spanish/Nat Four Latin American countries have joined together to try and boost the price their producers get for coffee. The price has plummeted on the world market to just 130 U-S dollars a ton threatening the fabric of these countries' economies. Coffee producers in Latin America have joined forces to boost the price of their coffee on the world market. Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras and Colombia have stopped their coffee exports indefinitely in an attempt to recoup the price-fall. The decision was made after coffee prices plummeted in less than a month from 175 U-S dollars to 130 U-S dollars a ton, which threatens these countries frail economies. SOUNDBITE: (In Spanish) "At this moment four Central American countries and Colombia made a decision yesterday to 'close the records' temporarily, due mainly to low prices." SUPER CAPTION: Roberto Pineda, President of El Salvador National Council of Coffee The four countries announced they will continue with their strategy until prices reach a minimum of 170 U-S dollars per ton. Coffee prices fell despite the countries' earlier efforts this year to raise prices by withholding 20 per cent of total production in each country. The measure was adopted by all Central American countries- except Guatemala- and it was supported by Brazil, Indonesia and most African countries. Other countries such as Brazil- the world's largest coffee producer- could also join the group of four. SOUNDBITE: (In Spanish) "This afternoon we would wait for Brazil's response. There are hopeful news that this morning producers and exporters have looked with favour at our actions and are almost ready to join us." SUPER CAPTION: Roberto Pineda, President of El Salvador National Council of Coffee Coffee is one of Central America's most important export products. Costa Rica and Colombia are among the world's main coffee exporters and in 1994 coffee was Hondura's main export product. Coffee has also been one of El Salvador's most important crops. Coffee-producing nations will meet later this week in Brazil to analyze the situation and adopt new measures to successfully boost world prices. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7bce9e822369b77f63137299a22fa413 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Honduras Siguatepeque Cerro Azul

Honduras Siguatepeque Cerro Azul

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Roasting now: http://www.oldbisbeeroasters.com/Honduras-p/honduras_new.htm The first sniff reveals a delicate aroma of dried fig. In the cup, it’s rich and thick with notes of dark chocolate, cedar, and pastry. It finishes with a lemon twist. About this Coffee GROWER: Cooperativa de Horticultors Siguatepeque Limitada (COHORSIL) REGION: Siguatepeque, Comayagua, Honduras ALTITUDE: 1,300 – 1,650 meters PROCESS: Fully washed and dried in the sun VARIETY: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, and Pacas HARVEST: November - March SOIL: Clay minerals CERTIFICATION: Conventional Honduras Siguatepeque Cerro Azul is sourced from members of La Cooperativa Cafetalera Siguatepeque Limitada, formerly known as La Cooperativa de Horticultors Siguatepeque Limitada (COHORSIL), which was formed in 1980 by a group of vegetable farmers who decided to diversify their farms and began growing coffee. Due to the high altitude and the prime weather conditions in the municipality of Siguatepeque, Honduras, COHORSIL started exporting specialty coffee to the international market in 2001. The wet and dry mill at COHORSIL has a certification in quality management systems from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO-9001). COHORSIL also has an organic fertilizer production plant that uses coffee pulp as the base ingredient and California earthworms to promote decomposition.
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