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El Salvador country profile

BBC News 25 Feb 2021
FACTS. LEADER. President. Nayib Bukele ... MEDIA ... TIMELINE ... 1823 - 1840 - El Salvador forms part of the short-lived United Provinces of Central America, which also includes Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. 1859-63 - President Gerardo Barrios introduces coffee growing ... 1969 - Football War with Honduras; 4,000 die in 100-hour conflict ... Top Stories.
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Nicaragua’s coffee-growing region rebuilds after devastating hurricanes

La Prensa Latina 23 Feb 2021
The visit led to an alliance between the growers and the Mercon Group’s Seeds for Progress Foundation to create a hurricane relief fund to finance road repairs in 11 coffee-producing communities in Nicaragua and Honduras ... 20,000 people in Nicaragua and Honduras benefiting.
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UN warns of surging hunger in C. America amid climate, virus shocks

Press TV 23 Feb 2021
... Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, from 2.2 million people affected in 2018 to nearly eight million now ... The hurricanes destroyed more than 200,000 hectares of vital crops across the four countries and more than 10,000 hectares of coffee farmland in Honduras and Nicaragua.
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Hunger rising in C. America amid climate, virus shocks: UN

Urdu Point 23 Feb 2021
... Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, from 2.2 million people affected in 2018 to nearly eight million now ... The hurricanes destroyed more than 200,000 hectares of vital crops across the four countries and more than 10,000 hectares of coffee farmland in Honduras and Nicaragua.
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Battered by climate shocks and bruised by economic crisis millions more in Central America face hunger

Reliefweb 23 Feb 2021
The hurricanes destroyed over 200,000 hectares of staple food and cash crops in the four countries and more than 10,000 hectares of coffee farmland in Honduras and Nicaragua ... In Honduras, it increased by more than 50 percent. An overwhelming majority of households in Honduras, ...
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Waverly coffee roaster wants each batch to be unique

San Francisco Chronicle 21 Feb 2021
Craft coffee is energizing java enthusiasts — like Erik Johnson of Waverly — to create their own coffee blends at home using a delicate roasting process ... For most mainstream coffee shops, roast styles are referred to as “light, medium or dark,” but not at Thinkwell ... 418 Honduras signifies a darker coffee, while 391 Burundi refers...
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Iowa coffee roaster takes craft to new level

Dispatch Argus 11 Feb 2021
Thinkwell.coffee in Waverly ... Craft coffee is energizing java enthusiasts — like Erik Johnson of Waverly — to create their own coffee blends at home using a delicate roasting process ... 418 Honduras signifies a darker coffee, while 391 Burundi refers to a lighter coffee. For coffee aficionados, it’s easy to hone in on preferred tastes.
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Honduras needs 350K workers to harvest coffee during peak of season

La Prensa Latina 07 Jan 2021
Tegucigalpa, Jan 7 (efe-epa).- Honduras needs some ... In the last 15 years, Honduras has increased its coffee production capacity from 2.5 million quintals to 10 million of the hundredweight sacks, and thus more workers are needed each year, the National Coffee Council chief said.
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10 best coffee subscription services: Never miss your caffeine fix

The Independent 07 Jan 2021
As more of us adapt to working from home, one thing we do miss about the daily commute is a decent cup of coffee. So we’ve found a selection of the best independent coffee subscriptions to get your day off to a great start ... A coffee subscription also makes a great gift, whether for a birthday, anniversary, or any other reason you can think of.
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Climate change hurts Central American coffee farms, spurs migration

Ghana Business News 03 Jan 2021
Most of the coffee falls.” ... Coffee workers in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala more often choose to head north rather than south ... Coffee farming requires intense manual labor ... According to the International Coffee Organization, landslides and flooding caused by the storms damaged large areas of the coffee regions in Nicaragua and Honduras.
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Coronavirus puts Honduras’ coffee harvest in jeopardy

The Seattle Times 01 Jan 2021
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — The coronavirus pandemic is threatening ...
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Climate change is devastating Central American coffee farms — and spurring migration

Finger Lakes Times 01 Jan 2021
Most of the coffee falls." ... Coffee workers in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala more often choose to head north rather than south ... Coffee farming requires intense manual labor ... According to the International Coffee Organization, landslides and flooding caused by the storms damaged large areas of the coffee regions in Nicaragua and Honduras.
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The Latest: Bangkok shuts down venues as virus spreads

Odessa American 01 Jan 2021
BANGKOK — The Thai capital is shutting down venues including schools and entertainment parks as coronavirus cases continue to spread ...Coffee producers say the coronavirus pandemic is threatening Honduras’ coffee harvest by keeping Hondurans who would normally travel for the work at home and preventing foreign harvesters from entering the country.
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