In 2016, Uganda moved past Mexico to become one of the world’s largest producers of coffee, after it exported 288,000 metric tonnes of coffee.
The legislator explained that the closure of the factories also affects hundreds of farmers who supply them with coffee.
I want to suggest that 1,000 educated, gainfully employed Ugandans with access to land be contracted to produce 200 tonnes of coffee per year.
There is now a reemergence of coffee growing across the major coffee growing regions in the country. This is largely courtesy of the introduction of varieties...
The coffee authority says the registration will also help set up a data base for all coffee growers in Uganda
“We have moved across the country and ascertained the quality controls that farmers undertake while growing coffee."
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