From laprensalatina.com Honduras needs some 350,000 people to work temporarily
From hellenicshippingnews.com Honduran coffee exports dropped 17.2% in December from
Honduran coffee exports are expected to climb 14% during the next harvesting season, a senior sector official said on Monday, citing a forecast for more favorable weather conditions as well as new plantations coming online.
You get involved in everything from tasting the coffee berries to see if they are ready, to picking them and preparing them for drying in the sun. Every family has its own recipe for a final product: in our case, we would harvest cinnamon bark from trees on the farm and blend it with the coffee.
Honduran coffee exports dropped 29.6% in June from a year earlier after farmers cut production because of drought and low global prices, national coffee institute IHCAFE said on Wednesday.
The government of Honduras through an executive order declared as national priority supporting food producers and agroindustry.
Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea recently led owners and staff from three independent coffee houses to the Siguatepeque region of Honduras. While following coffee’s journey from seed to cup, they forged meaningful connections with coffee farmers, workers and processors.
From: citybeat.com Turkish coffee pop-up Rüya is partnering with Dayton,
Central American migrants, traveling in a caravan from Honduras, tried to force their way through the Mexico-Guatemala border Monday after the Mexican government rejected their request to transit toward the United States.
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