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Nestlé joins project to boost Haitian coffee farmers’ incomes
Nestlé, the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company, will join a project to improve the incomes and economic opportunities for 10,000 small-scale coffee producers in Haiti, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) announced on Thursday.
The Switzerland-based Nestlé will provide US$300,000 in in-kind technical assistance to a coffee value chain project supported by the IDB’s Multilateral Investment Fund (FOMIN), the French Agency for Development (AFD), the Colombian government, the National Coffee Federation of Colombia (FNC) and Haiti’s National Coffee Institute (INCAH). Nestlé’s assistance will focus on efforts to rehabilitate coffee orchards, improve farmer productivity, and facilitate knowledge transfer.
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