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ABOUT COFFEE LEAF RUST

Anyone familiar with the whole seed to cup process is well aware of the challenges involved in growing coffee. Coffee leaf rust is a devastating disease that has the potential

NATURAL VS WASHED COFFEE.

As much as you can control flavor and acidity of your cup of coffee, the way your coffee Is processed plays quite a huge role. Two key processes involved in

CONSUMER OPTIONS TO SUPPORT FALLING COFFEE PRICES

The price of Kenyan coffee has dropped again, hitting an all-time low for 2019 after shedding off 15 percent further raising fears among crop farmers. The unsung heroes : small scale farmers

PURPOSE BEYOND PROFIT

The 7th International Coffee Organization conference( I.C.O), Kenya coffee act review of 2013 : meant to increase coffee farmers gross earnings are among platforms to voice plights faced by Kenyan smallholder

SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES IN COFFEE FARMING.

The 124TH session of the International Coffee Council ( ICC ), largest coffee forum in Nairobi ( 25 – 29 March 2019 ) gathered 115 key coffee stakeholders to encourage

3RD EDITION COFFEE FARM TOUR

Before you place your next coffee order at Connect Coffee Roasters, here is an opportunity to visit the origin of your coffee beans. Coffee caravan will be out on Saturday,

INTERNATIONAL COFFEE DAY – “ WOMEN IN COFFEE “

A special theme “Women in Coffee “ has been identified to celebrate 2018 International Coffee Day on the 1st October. Women play an important role in the whole coffee value

2ND EDITION OF COFFEE FARM TOUR

Hail to all participants of the 2nd edition, coffee farm tour. Conquering the cold weather & muddy slips saw 20 participants of mixed nationalities join Connect Coffee on the journey

GREEN BEAN EXPORT

Promoting coffee consumption both domestically and overseas of specialty coffee can contribute to achieving a balanced and sustainable coffee production. In 2018, Connect coffee company was licensed as coffee traders

FARM TRAINING

Coffee rust, also called coffee leaf rust is caused by fungus Hemileia vastatrix. It is found in almost all coffee-growing areas around the world and affects Arabica coffee & Robusta