Ethiopia, a source for Mutombo Coffee, are Expecting Another Record Year for Exports

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Ethiopia exported 86,000 tons of coffee during the three months through October, generating $327.9 million, 77% more than projected, according to the Ethiopia Tea and Coffee Authority.

The nation exported 250,000 tons during the marketing year that ended July 31, earning a record $910 million, according to authority figures. Ethiopian coffee exports are forecast to reach 280,000 tons in the current fiscal year and generate $1.1 billion.

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On this day, 22 years ago the Hawks team was led by Dikembe Mutombo Founder Mutombo Coffee!

On this day, 22 years ago the Hawks team was Led
by, Dikembe Mutombo, Founder of Mutombo Coffee

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It was 1999, the Hawks were at the beginning of a rebuild on the precipice of a new millennium. Dikembe Mutombo and Isaiah Rider led the team that night as well as the season. Rookie point guard Jason Terry logged 23 minutes against the Nuggets and scored a respectable 12 points on 6-10 shooting. Unfortunately, nothing could prepare ‘The Jet’ for the avalanche he was facing in Denver

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Uganda, a source country for Mutombo Coffee, is developing drought tolerant coffee varieties to save valuable cash crop

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Uganda is one of the leading exporters of Robusta coffee in Africa. The cash crop earned the East African country US$559 million last year, according to the Uganda Coffee
Development Authority.
But the plant is increasingly threatened by drought and other unpredictable weather patterns, prompting scientists to seek a solution.Dr. Godfrey Sseremba, senior research officer at the NaCORI in Kituuza, said the scientists are using molecular or marker assisted selection to develop the drought-tolerant varieties.

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WATCH: Carlos Sains Roast Himself in Front of Founder of Mutombo Coffee, Dikembe Mutombo at the F1

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After a year’s absence on the Formula One calendar, the United States Grand Prix was back. Along with the F1 paddock being back in Austin, it also brought some fun in the form of Chris Bosh & Dikembe Mutombo; two NBA veterans. The two basketball players helped Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc shoot some hoops.

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Falcons coach Arthur Smith jokingly offers tryout chance to Dikembe Mutombo

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“We’d put him on the field goal and extra point block,” Smith said. “Dikembe, if you’re watching this, we’ll get [Falcons general manager Terry Fontenot] to work you out here tomorrow. You got one good jump in here so we can get one of those.”
And then, Smith started wagging his finger in the tradition of Mutombo after a big blocked shot.
Mutombo — again, we think this is jokingly — responded to Smith’s offer on Tuesday: “I ham accepting the Offer,” Mutombo tweeted.

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How the Uganda coffee law, source to Mutombo Coffee, will earn farmers more money

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Farmers welcome coffee law
The National Coffee Act 2021 has come when Uganda now realises that coffee is a strategic commodity whose production and productivity must be enhanced and regulated to compete well with other international producers of the crop. Gerald Ssendaula, former minister of Finance and now a farmer, has told Seeds of Gold: “This is a law that we have been craving for as coffee farmers for many years. You remember we fought hard to get the National Coffee Policy which Cabinet approved in 2013 but there was still a big need for a law such as this one to safeguard and regulate good coffee production practices.”

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