VOV.VN - Arabica coffee grown in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong was a hit at this year’s World Specialty Coffee Conference and Exhibition, September 28-30, held by the Specialty Coffee Association of Japan (SCAJ).
Many foreign-invested enterprises have successfully developed products made of pure Vietnamese materials.
(VOV) - Coffee futures in London lost ground on October 16-17 with prices of robusta coffee falling US$42 per metric ton on forecasts of rains producing an abundant upcoming harvest in top producer Brazil.
Starbucks’ announcement to sell Vietnamese coffee at more than 21,500 shops in 56 countries is good news, but it also reveals weaknesses of the Vietnamese coffee industry, according to Dien Dan Doanh Nghiep (Business Forum) Newspaper.
While Cau Dat’s coffee has a bright future as it can be sold through the Starbucks’ chain, other Vietnamese roasters can only dream of selling coffee on such a big scale.
Coffee from Cau Dat in Da Lat has become one of seven kinds of Arabica coffee sold at Starbucks stores worldwide.
The Government should draft a plan to replant coffee trees and subsidise the costs to ensure the sustainable development of the coffee industry, a conference heard in Ho Chi Minh City on May 14.