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Coffea arabica

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Prof Sebsebe Demissew, a senior botanical scientist at the University of Addis Ababa and a co-author of the Kew research, says: "As Ethiopia is the main natural storehouse of genetic diversity for arabica coffee, what happens [here] could have long-term impacts for coffee farming globally.
The facility is also expected to improve postharvest processing methods of Arabica coffee in the production of quality coffee products; provide excellent service to coffee producers and processors; establish quality protocol in the production, postharvest processing, packaging and marketing of coffee products; and disseminate developed technologies on quality production, postharvest processing; and packaging to coffee farmers, processors and other stakeholders.
In Coffee 101, experts discuss good agricultural practices (GAP) in growing Arabica coffee from seedling selection, land preparation, planting, fertilizing to harvesting, processing and then marketing.
Because of this narrow temperature window, any increase caused by climate change can significantly affect wild Arabica coffee.
Ethiopia may be Yemen's neighbor across the Red Sea, but it is certainly Yemen's first competitor when it comes to the first origin of Arabica Coffee.
Burundi and Rwanda are still both struggling to get their production back to figures from the early 1990s of between 30,000 and 35,000 tonnes of high quality arabica coffee.
Thursday's price jump came after the Association of Coffee Producing Countries, at a special meeting in Brazil, endorsed a proposal to trim 300,000 bags of quality arabica coffee and 1 million bags of robusta coffee from the current 26.
The Starbucks Experience is built on sourcing high-quality arabica coffee, delivering high-quality product innovation and surprising and delighting customers with an uplifting experience through engaged, passionate and knowledgeable baristas.
Boyer's has been in business for almost 50 years roasting and producing 100 percent Arabica coffees slow roasted at high altitude.
Arabica coffee accounts for only a small portion of the total production.
Starbucks VIA(R) Flavored Coffee consists of a blend of 100 percent natural roasted arabica coffee, sugar and natural flavors.
Arabica coffee constitutes 20 percent of the coffee production and is deeply rooted in tradition, culture, people and even in religion.