Cameroon exports 232, 530T of Cocoa in 2014/2015. Cocoa production in Cameroon has reached a new...
Dear Internet Users, This website intends to serve as a perfect medium of exchange of...
Holding under the chairmanship of H.E Bello Bouba Maigari, Minister of State, Minister of Tourism...
Africa’s finest researchers on coffee teamed up on Monday November 28, 2016 at Hilton Hotel in...
When experts from all spheres of the coffee industry met from November 29 -30, 2016 in Yaoundé for...
It was on the Wednesday February 22, 2016 in Mengang, a coffee producing area situated in the...
Cameroon’s 2015-2016 coffee season scored some big points not only at the level of production and...
For the National Cocoa and Coffee Board, the 5th edition of FESTICOFFEE that held at the Yaoundé...
Launching of the 2015/16 SEASON COCOAThursday, 01 October 2015 10:48
WelcomeMonday, 21 March 2016 10:08
IACO Annual General Assembly: Yaounde, Capital of African CoffeeTuesday, 20 December 2016 13:35
The Main Points of the 2nd Scientific Conference on African CoffeeWednesday, 21 December 2016 11:05
4th AFRICAN COFFEE SYMPOSIUM: Coming Together to Overcome the Industry's biggest ChallengesWednesday, 21 December 2016 11:33
Trade Minister launches 2016-2017 coffee season in MengangWednesday, 12 April 2017 14:14
Cameroon’s 2015-2016 records increase in Production, Export and Local ProcessingWednesday, 12 April 2017 14:28
Festicoffee 2017: Going Beyond the Cup of CoffeeThursday, 11 May 2017 15:42
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Our main goal is for this website to serve as a perfect medium of exchanging ideas as well as the publication of up-to-date national and international news on cocoa and coffee.
Among others, the task assigned to NCCB by government, therefore makes it; the guarantor of quality, the promoter of Cameroon origin and the official body to honour all international accords on cocoa and coffee.
It is in this vein that NCCB has begun upgrading its Central Laboratory of Analysis in adherence to the ISO 17025 laboratory accreditation standards.
Linking-up with one of its foreign partner, NCCB is at the forefront of a Farmer Business School Programme that hopes to boost entrepreneurship in the sector by training cocoa and coffee farmers.
As concerns the promotion of Cameroon origin, our participation at the Universal Exposition in Milan dubbed Expo-Milan that ran from May- October 2015, showcased the unique potentials of the cocoa and coffee subsectors from at all levels of the value-chain.
Last but not the least, the official launching of the 2015/2016 cocoa season that held on August 7, 2015 in Ayos, was an idyllic occasion to muster all actors of the sector towards a better competitiveness of the Cameroon origin.
We count on your reactions and suggestions to better meet the expectations of everyone; producers, exporters, industrial processors, millers, buyers, packers, cocoa and coffee research institutes, the administration and why not internet users such as yourself.