Chede Coffee Washing Station Goes Operational

Chede ecological coffee pulper

Chede’s Robusta coffee washing station, financed by the World Bank and the European Union, became operational in January 2011. The photos below show the 2010 coffee crop ready for harvesting, our ecological coffee pulper, and coffee washing and drying facilities.

Chede ecological coffee pulper

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Chede boosts exports of African food delicacies

Boxes of Chede Bobolo ready for export

Chede’s food processing activities have received a major boost since last year with ever increasing orders from abroad for Chede’s African food delicacies.

Boxes of Chede Bobolo ready for export

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May 2011 Coffee Market Report

Chede coffee crop ready for harvesting

This recent coffee market report from Chede commercial partner Falcon Commodities describes the many complex factors currently affecting supply and demand across the global coffee market.

Download the “May 2011 Falcon Coffee Market Report” (PDF – 242Kb)

Chede coffee crop ready for harvesting

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Chede and SNV join forces to support rural community development

Chede has joined forces with SNV (The Netherlands Development Organization) in the establishment of LCDF (Local Capacity Development Facility) in Cameroon, a civil society organization designed to promote and support the building of the technical and operational capabilities of rural community groups.

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