Authority works with NGOs to replace old coffee varieties
In an effort to boost export income from coffee, the Ethiopia Coffee and Tea Development Authority announced that it is working in collaboration with foreign Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) to replace old coffee varieties with improved ones.
At USD37.5, Ethiopian workers earn lowest wage among major producers of coffee
Ethiopian laborers in the coffee sector earn 10 times lower than their counterparts in major coffee producing countries, a new study conducted by the International Labor Organization revealed.
Ethiopia’s first ‘Cup of Excellence’ competition moves to US
The eagerly awaited “Cup of Excellence”, a coffee quality competition, which was scheduled to be held in Ethiopia for the first time, has been canceled and shifted to the US due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Reporter has learnt.
New coffee directive sets strict minimum price
The Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Authority has issued a new directive to regulate exportable coffees' minimum price on the grounds of the global weighted average, The Reporter has learnt.
Local baristas showcase talents
Inside the Hyatt Regency, an international barista competition was held last Saturday to help promote a coffee culture and give local baristas a chance to showcase their talent in the international arena.
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EZEMA, NAMA denounce TPLF’s removal from terrorist list
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