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Thanks to Climate Change, Oranges Are the New Coffee in Costa Rica

(WRI) Coffee is core to Costa Rica's economy and its national identity. Farmers have been growing it there since the 1800s. The beans are so important that the country's history, as portrayed in the National Museum in San Jose, centers on coffee cultivation and...

Financing for the Coffee Sector

A new bill has been presented to grant resources at a preferential rate to coffee producers, aimed particularly at the smaller ones. According to the bill, which received a positive ruling in committee and now must go to the full Legislative Assembly, the fund will...

Costa Rican coffee gains stronger presence in Korea

Costa Rican coffee has secured a stronger position in the Korean market, where coffee consumption is steadily growing, according to the Costa Rican Embassy in Seoul, as the country readies to host the Coffee Expo 2018 in Seoul from Apr. 5-8. Costa Rica, with several...

Costa Rican Coffee Exports Surge

Costa Rican coffee exports rose nearly 53% in November to reach 34,024 60-kg bags compared to the same month last year, according to the Instituto del Café de Costa Rica (ICAFE) - the country’s national coffee institute. Costa Rica, known for its high-quality beans, shipped...

Why the mountains of Costa Rica produce some of the world’s finest coffees

Q COSTA RICA  - Zona de Los Santos, Costa Rica (EFE via COMTEX) -- High in the mountains of central Costa Rica is Zona de los Santos, an agricultural area with unique qualities and whose inhabitants have perfected over the years the art of...

Making Coffee The Costa Rican Way

(QCOSTARICA) - Costa Rica is known for its coffee, could even be said it is the coffee capital of Latin America. Just look around you in San Jose and you will quickly realize a coffee shop at every corner. I am not exaggerating. Take the intersection...

Starbucks Plans To Buy Costa Rica Coffee Farm

The Seattle coffee store chain Starbucks announced it plans to buy its first coffee farm, a nearly 600-acre estate on the slopes of the Poás Volcano in Costa Rica. It would be the first farm the chain purchases. Starbucks on Monday said it plans to...

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