Coffee export reaches 1.79 million tonnes in 2016

(Mard - 10/01/2017) Vietnam exported 1.79 million tonnes of coffee in 2016, earning 3.36 billion USD, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Vietnam, UK seek ways to boost coffee trade

(Mard - 23/09/2016) Vietnamese and British coffee enterprises are keen on promoting doing business together, Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA) Chairman Luong Van Tu told a Vietnam News Agency correspondent at a roundtable discussion about coffee business in London.

Agro-forestry-fishery exports reach $4.2b

(Mard - 07/03/2016) Agro-forestry-fishery exports were estimated to bring in US$4.2 billion during the first two months of the year, surging 5.5 per cent from the same period last year.

Coffee exports in Q2 be better

(MARD - 23/04/2014) In the opinion of vice chairman of Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa), Mr. Do Ha Nam in the 2013-2014 crop, Vietnamese coffee production is forecast to be 1.5 million tonnes, valuing $ 3 billion, an increase of 20% compared with 2013.

Forestry, seafood exports up in 2014

(MARD - 28/02/2014) Export value of agro-forestry and seafood products have increased 9.4 per cent compared to the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

The 2013 - 2014 coffee output forecast to be 1.2 million tons

(Mard - 13/8/2013) - According to the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa), the 2013-2014 coffee output is forecast to be about 1.2 million tons, down 15% compared to the previous year.

Reducing coffee area toward sustainable production

(Mard - 6/8/2013) - Vietnam is still facing many problems of quality and sustainability in the context of climate change despite the second largest coffee supplier. Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) determined that for sustainable and effective production, it is necessary to reduce the coffee area.

Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival 2013 opens

(Mard - 11/03/2013) - The 4th Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival 2013 opened in the so-called “capital of Vietnamese coffee” - Buon Ma Thuot city of the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak on March 9. The four-day festival is held by the People’s Commitee of Dak Lak province along with ministries and agencies, Vietnam Coffee Association, Vietnam National Coffee Corporation (Vinacafe) and other Central Highlands provinces.

Coffee sector gears up for sustainable growth

(Mard - 08/03/2013) - Coffee growers in the Central Highlands are replacing their old trees with new plants in efforts to increase the yield and quality of coffee beans.

2012-2013 coffee output likely to reduce 30%

(Mard - 16/12/2012) - Sourced by Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa), so far the localities have harvested about 40% - 50% of the 2012 – 2013 crop output. Reported from the Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development (mainly in the Central Highlands), coffee production in 2012-2013 crop year is likely to decrease 30% over the previous year, but 15-20% higher than Vicofa forecast in the beginning of year crop. Last year, coffee production was 1.5 million tonnes.