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Best coffee in the world!

How Ugandans love of the good life is driving café culture Endiro coffee is easy to miss. Although the tiny café is right at the entrance to the Kisementi shopping and entertainment area of Kampala City’s Kololo suburb, it is hidden in thick shrubbery. Once inside, rustic wood and metal …

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Sudan gives coffee quality ultimatum

Uganda must comply with new stringent quality standards set by Sudan, the country’s second largest importer of coffee, or else risk having her coffee blocked from the lucrative market. A high profile delegation comprising Trade ministry, UCDA and UNBS officials was in the Sudanese capital Khartoum recently on the invitation …

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Ugandans should drink more coffee

By Joan Akello Many Ugandans still believe that when you drink coffee you will die, and this accounts for its stunted domestic consumption, experts say. Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi said, “Coffee is a historical principal export of Uganda, generating over 50% of all commodity exports revenue. Over 40% of the …

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Union plans rescue of Bududa coffee

By Patrick Kagenda Region was leading Arabica producer in Uganda before landslide On March 2 several villages in Bududa district, which sits on the edge of Mount Elgon in eastern Uganda Bugisu region were buried under a landslide that killed approximately 350 people and destroyed, infrastructure, buildings, businesses, crops and …

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Kazibwe wants you to smell the coffee

By Patrick Kagenda Haji Abasi Kazibwe Musisi processes the Nguvu Coffee brand with an outlet at Natete to the west of Kampala. He tells The Independent’s Patrick Kagenda about the coffee roasting business. What is Nguvu and how did it come about? Nguvu is a brand name of the coffee …

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