Rwandan Farmers Seek Govt Support as Coffee Prices Fall

It is very difficult to sell Rwandan coffee in large volumes using the old minimum price because other countries become extremely competitive and therefore reducing the price on the local market is a tactic to make the coffee competitive on the international market, Max Veglio, the Managing Director of Rwacof Exports Limited, a Rwandan based coffee processing and exporting company.

  • Rwanda:   Coffee Farmers Seek Govt Support

    New Times, 26 February 2019

    The income that coffee farmers earn from the produce is set to reduce after the farmgate price for a kilogramme of coffee cherries dropped from Rwf267 in 2018 to Rwf190 this… Read more »

Nyinawumuntu’s coffee plantation in Kayonza (file photo).


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