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Panel discussion on Child Labor at the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point. Topics included the legal and cultural aspects of child labor and a review of some of the programs being implemented to try to eradicate child labor at origin. Moderated by Nestor Osorio, Executive Director ICO
This presentation is part of the session titled "At Home Coffee Market" from the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point. These slides discuss the emergence of micro lots, the elevation of barista’s coffee knowledge, the retailers’ education transfer on origin/finca to the consumer and the consumers’ interest in exploration.
This presentation is part of the session titled: "Sustainable Practices, Certifying Success". These slides discuss sustainability from the perspective of Columbia and the 4C organization. Achievements and challenges of 4C are discussed along with polices and the role of the FNC in working with 4C.
This presentation is part of the session titled: " Child Labor – Panel Discussion" at the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point. These slides discuss the child labor issue in Guatemala and what is being done to eradicate child labor there.
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.
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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NCA held it biennial Coffee on the Hill reception in Washington, DC on October 23. The event attracted roughly 500 attendees, including members of Congress, foreign diplomats and executive branch personnel. Bringing the industry and its issues literally to the halls of Congress, Coffee on the Hill was held in the Rayburn House Office Building, which houses offices of members of Congress from throughout the U.S.(more)
A recent review study confirmed wide-ranging scientific evidence that coffee reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).(more)
As consumer palates seek more and different varieties of coffee, there may be a relative newcomer on the menu. Hitting the global market just ten years ago, coffee from Nepal appears to be gaining traction.(more)
The NCA Webinar Series continues to ramp up with current topics and solid participation. On October 30, NCA conducted Single-Cup: One Year Later with speaker Ross Colbert of Rabobank.(more)
Review Study Confirms Coffee Reduces Risk of Disease(more)
NCA has created a new Sustainability Task Force, in line with its focus on promoting dialogue on environmental stewardship and sustainable coffee production.(more)
Balanced media coverage of negative study signals a shift in press attitudes toward coffee.(more)
NCA has again filed comments with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to provide industry input as the agency continues to issue regulations to implement the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The comments address proposed rules for one of FSMA’s most fundamental provisions, Preventive Controls, along with related provisions on Hazard Analysis, changes to Current Good Manufacturing Processes, and Produce Safety.(more)