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New Retailer Looks to Bring Haiti’s Coffee to the US Market

 Above: a coffee farm in Haiti By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s not easy to find Haitian coffee on the shelves of stores in the United States — but Fabien Dodard is trying to change that. Through his new company, …

Haiti and Cote d’Ivoire Sign Pair of Cooperation Agreements

 Above: Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe and Cote d’Ivoire Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan (Photo: OPM Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti and Cote d’Ivoire have signed a pair of cooperation agreements, according to the office of Haiti Prime …

Bringing Haiti’s Coffee to Market

 Above: a Cocano office in La Croix, Haiti (Photo: Cafe Cocano) By Alexander Britell While Jamaica’s Blue Mountain coffee has grown in international prominence in recent years, Haiti is actually one of the region’s oldest coffee-producing countries. The difficulty has …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s coffee industry will soon be receiving support from a multi-partner development programme that could provide help to as many as 10,000 smallholder coffee farmers in the country. The programme, which was jointly set up …

 Above: Haiti (UN Photo/Logan Abassi) By the Caribbean Journal staff A new coffee company heading to the United States is looking to do its part to help Haitian famers. Par Haiti/Pour Haiti (“From Haiti for Haiti”), the brainchild of Michael …

 The Jamaican Government is moving to broaden the market of Jamaica’s high-end Blue Mountain Coffee, as the first 16,500 kilogram shipment of Jamaican green bean coffee was sent off on its way to Hangzhou, China. Last year, the Hangzhou Coffee …

 

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