Uíge - The governor of the northern Uíge, Pinda Simão, defended Saturday in the municipality of Mucaba, 66 kilometers from the capital city of the province, the need to focus on promoting coffee production and improving product quality to leverage the development of the economy in the region.More about this news
Caluquembe - At least fifteen tons of Arabico coffee were harvested in the agricultural year of 2018 in the municipality of Caluquembe, Huíla province, an increase of more than seven tons compared to 2017, announced Saturday, the local director of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Eliseu José.
Luanda - Import and consumer tariff on all types of roasted and ground coffee entering the country should be based on Customs Tariff 2017, said Thursday the businessman Jose Ventura.
Sumbe - The National Coffee Institute (INCA) set as its goal to prepare 10,000 new hectares of land for the cultivation of coffee in several provinces of the country during the period 2018/2022.
Luanda - The Banco Angolano de Investmento (BAI) bank is available to support domestic coffee producers to increase their production capacity, within the framework of existing subsidized lines, such as Angola Investe.
Sumbe - Around 9.600 hectares of land for production of Arabica and Robusta coffee were renewed until last June in coastal Cuanza Sul province, according to a balance sheet report from the National Coffee Institute (INCA).
Sumbe - The National Coffee Institute (INCA) is promoting the first meeting of the institution in the city of Gabela, Cuanza Sul province, from June 21 to 22 to draw up policies for the development of the coffee production.
Cuito - At least 300,000 plants of Arabica coffee were already distributed this year to re-launch, encourage and increase the harvest and production levels of this product in the central provinces of Bié, Cuanza Sul and Huambo.
Medellin - Angola may produce fifty thousand tons of coffee by 2022, six times more than the production from September 2016 to June 2017 (eight thousand tons), said on Wednesday in Medellin, the Angolan ambassador to Brazil, Nelson Cosme.