Native production of coffee on Kilimanjaro
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Published by University Press in Oxford .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Coffee industry -- Tanzania -- Kilimanjaro, Mount.,
  • Indigenous peoples -- Tanzania.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesEmpire journal of experimental agriculture.
StatementA. J. Wakefield.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. [97]-106 :
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18521302M

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native produced coffee. Keywords: Kilimanjaro, coffee, marketing, Wachagga, co-operatives The Background Coffee farming on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro was introduced by Missionaries in during the German colonial rule. 1 Coffee production kept on expanding further year after year; and this was partly due to theAuthor: Somo M.L. Seimu. If you are a die-hard coffee fan, you have probably heard about the fascinating—and kind of gross—civet cat coffee, also known as kopi luwak ’s a method of producing coffee that was discovered in Indonesia under Dutch colonial rule. During this time period, native farmers and plantation workers were banned from harvesting coffee for their own use and had to resort to scrounging. authority among small-scale native coffee producers in the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. The policies were provided under Section 36 of the co-operative legislation. Also, the Chagga Rule; and the Native Coffee (Control and Marketing) Ordinance, which became.   Highlights Discover some of Tanzania’s oldest and largest plantations in the foothills of Mount kilimanjaro, just outside Moshi town. Visit family-run plantations for insight into the production process and daily life of coffee farmers. Taste freshly brewed, locally grown coffee, and learn about its international trade.