Nepali tea gets Int’l trademark

Source: thehimalayantimes.com/nepal/nepali-tea-gets-intl-trademark-after-154-years ILAM: Nepal’s orthodox tea has finally received its own identity in the international market through a trademark after 154 years of beginning tea cultivation in the country. Nepal has received its own logo or trademark, with the long-standing efforts of the Nepal Tea and Coffee Development Board, organisations associated with tea production, and experts of the field. The trademark …

Nepali Coffee in Belgium

We are pleased to see our award winning HimalayanArabica® Nepali coffee at the Belgium’s biggest tourism event – “Brussels Holiday Fair 2017” held in Brussels from 2 to 5 February 2017. Nepal Embassy in Belgium has participated in the fair which was organized by FISA, Belgium. More than 800 exhibitors has participated as exhibitors this year. Greenland Organic Farm Nepal  as …

Five-year coffee development strategy in offing

Source: The Himalayan Times 13.11. 2016 (http://thehimalayantimes.com/business/five-year-coffee-development-strategy-offing) Focusing on quality and enhancing the productivity of the coffee sector, the National Tea and Coffee Development Board (NTCDB) has proposed a five-year strategic plan (2016-21). The strategic plan has been submitted to the board committee of NTCDB, which is led by the minister for agricultural development, for approval. The NTCDB strategy focuses on …

Brand registration expected to boost Nepal coffee exports

Nepal has registered the Nepal Coffee collective trademark for Nepali coffee in the European Union (EU). The registration of the brand is expected to help boost exports and value as European importers have been showing interest in buying Nepali coffee, traders said. Furthermore, the move is expected to help improve the quality of the products traded in the EU. Shyam …