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Last year, Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba state while commissioning a tea crusher plant in Mambilla plateau reiterated the need to start the exportation of coffee and tea in Nigeria. He said: ‘’The coffee and tea grown on the Mambilla plateau is one of the highest quality in the world. With technical support, Mambilla coffee and tea farmers could add value to their products and bridge the gap. Aside that, they could supply raw – materials to the beverage industries in Nigeria.’’ Mambila Plateau is Nigeria’s northern continuation of...

The most popular legend of coffee in Ethiopia usually goes something like this: One day in a highland area near an Abyssinian monastery, a goat herder from Kaffa named Kaldi was herding his goats. The goats began to jump around—almost dancing—and bleat loudly, which was strange behavior for his herd. Kaldi found that a small shrub (or a cluster of shrubs, according to some legends) was the source of the excitement. Deciding to try the bright red berries for himself, Kaldi also felt the coffee cherries' energizing effects. Amazed...

Due to overwhelming scientific evidence, coffee has earned a new – and improved – reputation. The latest U.S. Dietary Guidelines recently made an unprecedented recommendation for coffee as part of a healthy lifestyle.  The NCA is working with a team of scientific experts to compile a comprehensive overview of the research on coffee and health (and there’s a lot).  In the meantime, we’re highlighting key findings on health issues with the strongest associations to coffee consumption. These include: CancerLongevityCardiovascular diseaseLiver healthDiabetesStroke Read more HERE ...

Everyone recognizes a roasted coffee bean, but you might not recognize an actual coffee plant. Coffee trees are pruned short to conserve their energy and aid in harvesting, but can grow to more than 30 feet (9 meters) high. Each tree is covered with green, waxy leaves growing opposite each other in pairs. Coffee cherries grow along the branches. Because it grows in a continuous cycle, it’s not unusual to see flowers, green fruit and ripe fruit simultaneously on a single tree. Read more HERE ...