The Coffee Regions of Ethiopia in This New Map from Trabocca

The “Coffee Regions of Ethiopia” map by Traboca. Click the image for a high-resolution version. Home to wild arabica’s natural habitat and containing nearly all the world’s genetic diversity in coffee, Ethiopia’s... Read more »

Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu’s New Coffee Venture Blossoming in Ethiopia at Tadias Magazine

Spotlight: Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu’s New Coffee Venture Blossoming in Ethiopia Published by Tadias Magazine December 1st, 2017 in Podcast. Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu (right). Photo by Aron Simeneh. Courtesy of Garden of Coffee.... Read more »

Ethiopia Is Priority Partner Nation for Korea – Korean Diplomat

November 19, 2017 – Park IL, Consul-General of Korean Embassy in Ethiopia, stated that Ethiopia is a priority partner nation for Korea, and the two countries have great interest to deepen their... Read more »

Ethiopia: Export Reform to Boost Forex From Coffee

By Henok Tibebu Ethiopia has come up with new export reform to boost foreign exchange earnings from primary export commodities. The reform is set to introduce value addition and new marketing system,... Read more »

Pinehurst’s East African Restaurants and Shops Bring Slice of Ethiopia, Eritrea to Seattle

The cluster of Ethiopian and Eritrean businesses in Pinehurst came about organically. As often happens, one or two families settle in a neighborhood, and relatives follow. More family and friends come. Someone... Read more »

Ethiopia Compensating Farmers for Losses Incurred During Last Year’s Unrest

August 19, 2017 – Coffe farmers in southern Ethiopia are receiving compensation for losses incurred in last year’s unrest, reports the Ethiopian weekly English newspaper the Reporter. The Ethiopian farmers are receiving compensations... Read more »

Taste of Ethiopia 2017 brings together food, culture and role models in the immigrant community — The Know from The Denver Post

Meselech Kebed pours servings of traditional Ethiopian coffee from a clay pot for patrons to taste at the Taste of Ethiopia festival on Aug. 5, 2017 in Denver at Parkfield Lake Park.... Read more »

Climate Change Could Kill off Ethiopian Coffee within 70 Years – Food Tank

According to a recent study by Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, in London, the effects of climate change could cause Ethiopian Arabica coffee beans to go extinct before the end of the century.... Read more »

Ethiopia earns record 866 mln USD from coffee export – Xinhua

ADDIS ABABA, July 12 (Xinhua) — Ethiopia has announced a record 866-million-U.S.-dollar earning from coffee export during the just concluded fiscal year. The announcement by the Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Development and... Read more »

Ethiopia voted the world’s most welcoming country

The Land of Origins, Ethiopia, has been voted the World’s Most Welcoming Country by global followers of Rough Guides; one of the leading travel publishers known for its “tell it like it... Read more »