The Status of Indian Coffee report was released in early December highlighting one of the biggest crisis situation faced by the Karnataka coffee belt. The Karnataka Growers’ Federation reported that the state production has dropped by 40%. Karnataka accounts for 70% of the total national production of coffee which stands at about 3.2 lakh tonnes. ..
Coffee: GK, General Studies and Current Affairs
According to a plan released for the public, coffee stockpiling requirements will expire by 2022 – with companies then being able to freely use what they have in their warehouse. The government said that coffee is not an essential for life. Switzerland’s coffee drinkers are fighting back against the decision saying the vitamins and antioxidants ..
The commerce ministry has unveiled a Blockchain-based coffee e-marketplace to help farmers integrate with markets to facilitate them to get aware of fair prices for the commodity.It will reduce the number of layers between coffee growers and buyers and help farmers double their income. The main motive behind Blockchain-based app is to help farmers to ..
In New Delhi, the Ministry of commerce has launched a blockchain-enabled marketplace app for coffee to help farmers integrate with markets so that they can realise fair prices for the commodity. The app is developed in coordination with Eka Software Solutions and is intended to bring in transparency in coffee trade and maintain the traceability ..
The Geographical Indications Registry has recently granted the Geographical Indication (GI) tag to Coorg Arabica Coffee, Wayanad Robusta Coffee, Chikmagalur Arabica Coffee, Araku Valley Arabica Coffee and Bababudangiris Arabica Coffee. According to the GI application, Coorg Arabica Coffee is grown specifically in Kodagu district in Karnataka. As per the application petitions, Chikmagalur Arabica Coffee and ..