Uganda is set to roll out a new Coffee Bill that will create an ecosystem for a better and sustainable coffee industry in the country. The proposed bill is forecast to be the first stepping stone to transform the industry and ensure the nation remains competitive in the international market as well. Coffee is the country’s main export as per the agriculture sector, and has performed graciously over the years.
The future of the commodity has raised eyebrows with the performance not convincing to the market key players as farmers feel more can and should be done to protect their rights and help them boost their yields. The quality of the produce has been the main concern over the commodity, with the international market demanding speciality in the sector. Read more. Source | The Exchange