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Resumen Ejecutivo de Comercialización del Café

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Ministerio de Agricultura
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Ministerio de Agricultura
Year: 
2,007

Café

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Authors: 
Ministerio de Agricultura
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Ministerio de Agricultura
Year: 
2,010

Small-Scale Farmers, Certification Schemes and Private Standards: Is There a Business Case?

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Contents: 

1. Introduction

2. Methodology

3. History and aims of certification systems

4. Coffee

5. Cocoa

6. Cotton 

7. Fruits and vegetables 

8. Contextual factors influencing certification costs and benefits

9. Conclusions

10. Recommendaitons 

11. Future outlook – four scenarios for future developments around certification

Authors: 
Michiel Kuit
Authors: 
Yuca Waarts
Publisher: 
Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA)
Year: 
2,014

Contracting Decision and Performance of Mexican Coffee Traders: The Role of Market Institutions

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We identified and explained the contractual choices of Mexican coffee traders in selling their product and analyzed the traders´ performance. The data were obtained from personal interviews with 53 intermediaries in four coffee producing regions of the states of Oaxaca and Veracruz, Mexico. Marketing margins were used as an indicator of traders’ performance. The results indicate that being a roaster, having a wet processing plant and selling cherry coffee negatively affects the use of contracts whereas being vertically integrated has a positive effect.

Authors: 
Benigno Rodríguez-Padrón
Authors: 
André Ricardo Cortés Jarrín
Authors: 
Kees Burger
Publisher: 
International Journal of Agricultural Marketing
Year: 
2,014

Effect of Different Roasting Levels and Particle Sizes on Ochratoxin A Concentration in Coffee Beans

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Contamination of roasted coffee with ochratoxin A (OTA) is directly related to the processing quality throughout the coffee production chain, from the farming to the roasting processes. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of roasting and particle size on the residual concentration of ochratoxin A in roasted and ground coffee. Coffee beans were artificially contaminated with Aspergillus ochraceus. The beans were roasted to three levels (light, medium and dark) and ground into three types (fine, medium and coarse) after an incubation period.

Authors: 
Gislaine Oliveira
Authors: 
Daiani Maria da Silva
Authors: 
Rosemary Gualberto Fonseca Alvarenga Pereira
Authors: 
Leandro Carlos Paiva
Authors: 
Guilherme Prado
Authors: 
Luís Roberto Batista
Publisher: 
Food Control
Year: 
2,013

The State of Sustainable Markets

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The first global data report on fast-growing voluntary sustainability standards outlines the share of bananas, cocoa, coffee, cotton, forestry, palm oil, soybeans, cane sugar and tea in 14 major standards. The report is based on a partnership between the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD) and ITC, and is supported by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).

Authors: 
Julia Lernoud
Authors: 
Jason Potts
Authors: 
Gregory Sampson
Authors: 
Vivek Voora
Authors: 
Helga Willer
Authors: 
Joseph Wozniak
Publisher: 
International Trade Centre
Year: 
2,015

Climate change and the coffee industry

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Paper focusing on the contribution of the coffee value chain to climate change and the effects of climate change on global coffee production with particular reference to smallholder coffee producers in developing and least developed countries – reviews the opportunities to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the coffee industry; provides examples of individual initiatives to reduce product carbon footprints and the opportunities for mainstreaming these in the coffee value chain; critically assesses the relevance of carbon credit markets for smallholder farmers; highlights the

Authors: 
Hein Jan van Hilten
Authors: 
Alexander Kasterine
Authors: 
Dominic Stanculescu
Authors: 
Morten Scholer
Publisher: 
International Trade Centre
Year: 
2,012

Phyto Planet Food and Health Ingredients

Phyto Planet is one of the leaders in wholesale distribution and exportation of herbs, teas, fruits and vegetables extracts, coffees and spices from Brazil.

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Rua Vancouver, 219 Jardim Canadá
Nova Lima 34000-000
Brazil
Phone: +55 31 3654.2242
Fax: +55 31 3658.2246
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Phyto Planet Food & Health Ingredients

Phyto Planet is one of the leaders in wholesale distribution and exportation of herbs, teas, fruits and vegetables extracts, coffees and spices from Brazil.

Location

Rua Vancouver, 219 Jardim Canadá
Nova Lima, MG 34000-000
Brazil
Phone: +55 31 3654.2242
Fax: +55 31 3658.2246
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Niche Markets for Coffee: Specialty, Environment, and Social Aspects

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Authors: 
Hein Jan van Hilten
Publisher: 
International Trade Centre
Year: 
2,012
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