Presentation of top line results for 2011 NCDT study at Centennial convention
Dr Aderemi Banjoko
This presentation is part of the session titled: "Spotlight on Producing Countries" at the 2011 Centennial Convention in New Orleans. These slides profile the Rwandan coffee industry including its history, current status, plans for the future as well as challenges and opportunities.
In today’s turbulent economic and political landscape, risk management practices have become critical to the protection and stability of businesses in the coffee sector. The modern tools of the trade, exchange-traded derivatives and over the counter products, are often maligned and misunderstood, but can serve a valuable role in hedging price risk and enhancing profitability. Gain some valuable insights and observations on incorporating options and other derivatives into your risk management toolkit.
This presentation was part of the pre-conference symposium titled: "Coffee, Culture, and Development" at the 2011 Centennial Convention in New Orleans. These slides discuss the latest evidence that points to coffee being healthful rather than detrimental for health as has long been the belief by doctors and consumers. Studies are cited and data reviewed that show the numerous health benefits of coffee.
This presentation was part of the pre-conference symposium at the 2011 Centennial Convention in New Orleans. These slides are from a presentation by Mark Pendergrast, author of "Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and how it Transformed the World".
This presentation was part of the pre-conference symposium at the 2011 Centennial Convention in New Orleans. These slides discuss the 100+ year history of the Colombian coffee industry, its economic development and how it has handled booms and crises over the years. It also provides an outlook of the future of the FNC.
This document is a compilation of statistics and data that represent the importance of the U.S. coffee industry on both the domestic and international markets. This document was included in the Congressional packets distributed to every member of Congress along with their invitation to the Coffee on the Hill event held by the NCA at the Rayburn Office Building in Washington DC on Tuesday September 13, 2011.
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