30 Jun '14, 6pm

NGO Consortium Calls Out Roasting Industry for Poor Efforts Toward Supply Sustainability

The report’s main takeaway is that in many growing countries, including Brazil, Vietnam, Honduras and Uganda, areas that are currently suitable for large-scale coffee production will be substantially reduced by the effects of climate change by 2020. According to data collected by Hivos, the situation is especially dire as it says global production must be raised by nearly 15 percent in the next five years to meet increasing demand, led by Brazil, the United States, Europe and a growing middle class in parts of Asia.

Full article: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2014/06/30/ngo-consortium-call...

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