Maria Gonzalez, 50, knows that growing coffee in Nicaragua’s northern
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“We’re extremely worried. We depend on foreign labor to pick our coffee and now we don’t know if we can count on it,” said Geovanny Rodriguez, a farmer from Santa Maria de Dota, in the mountainous Los Santos region, about 40 miles (64 km) south of the capital, San Jose.
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As per the latest report by the Ministry of Health on the 6th of April, Nicaragua currently has three registered active cases, two people fully recovered, and one person who tragically passed away, who suffered from severe underlying health problems.
Nicaragua is working hand in hand with the Pan American Health Organisation (the regional arm of the World Health Organisation). Ana Emilia Solís, the organisation’s representative in Nicaragua, has stated that since January, when the Nicaraguan Government declared a sanitary alert due to the threat of COVID-19…
The coffee will be processed at a new facility in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, where it has another production facility already operational and working on a 2020 green coffee crop.
Many coffee drinkers don’t think twice about where their coffee comes from, but it’s a process that often starts in Nicaragua, where climate whiplash has been affecting production.
But once El Cielito was up and running, he really learned the business behind the bean. He says the middle men who bring the coffee from the source to the roasters, take money away from the farmers, so he decided to go straight to the farms.
The Nicaraguan Platform for Sustainable Coffees, NICAFES, was officially launched