The Lao Coffee Association (LCA) is worried about a steep decline in coffee production and a gradual increase in prices of the commodity.Read more
The first green coffee competition ever to take place in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic is underway, part of a broad multi-stakeholder effort to boost the country’s agricultural sector and forge international market connections.Read more
The value of coffee sold by Laos to the European (EU) market is likely to increase thanks to additional EU support for the trade.Read more
Expansion aims at attracting both tourists and locals in LaosRead more
The value of coffee exported by Laos increased as the price of local coffee beans was better this yearRead more
Two Americans who are passionate about quality coffee are promoting plantations of the crop in partnership with farmers in Huaphan province, the former revolutionary stronghold.Read more
Agricultural officials have soothed coffee growers enough in the southern province of Xekong before they began pulling their crops in favour of others due to a recent drop in price.
Officials have advised the farmers in Dakcheung district not to cut down their trees simply because of the low prices.
The province’s coffee plantations are ….
Laos is preparing to certify its homegrown coffee as a Geographical Indicator (GI) and as a member of the International Coffee Organisation (ICO).
The move will help to maintain the value of Lao coffee, after progressive price decreases over the past two years.
The Lao Coffee Association is consulting with government and private entities about the duties and …..
ON THE Bolaven Plateau, Bounthong Thepkaisone waded through his 5-hectare coffee plantation in Mai village, Pakxong district, in Laos’ Champasak province.
For Bounthong, producing coffee is his present and future. The same can be said for many of the 1,855 farmer families in his community that make up the Bolaven Plateau Coffee Producers Cooperative (CPC), an organisation of ….