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KCFA Goals and Objectives and Policies

The Kona Coffee Farmers Association’s mission is to promote and protect Kona farmers’ economic interests in 100% Kona coffee, to protect the Kona coffee heritage, and to seek greater legal protection of the Kona coffee name. 1. Building a Win-Win Program for Kona Farmers The Kona Coffee Farmers Association’s goals are to help all of our member farmers succeed in ... Read More »

2011 Kona Coffee Cultural Festival Call for Entries

From: Laura Aquino 10/25/11 Current Events Ph: 808-326-7820 Email: laquino@current-events.com MEDIA  ADVISORY WHAT: 2011 Kona Coffee Cultural Festival Call for Entries WHEN: November 4-13, 2011 Kona coffee will take center stage at the 41st annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival coming in November. Several events are calling local residents and visitors to take part in the Festival fun. Below are Festival call ... Read More »

2011 Kona Coffee Cultural Festival – Coffee Cupping Competition

Coffee Cupping Competition Applications and Rules 10/21/11 UPDATE: Correction! The correct time in Kainaliu for delivery of cupping coffee is 10 AM to 6 PM . 7 days a week until closing . Disregard what is written on the Rules below, please Two Categories Available 1) Classic Competition (4) A minimum of 50 (fifty) pounds and maximum of 70 pounds ... Read More »

KCFA’s Restaurant Recognition Program

Kona Coffee Farmers Association Restaurant Honor Roll The Kona Coffee Farmers Association is pleased to recognize West Hawaii restaurants that serve 100% Kona coffee to their customers. These fine restaurants are providing the world famous taste of freshly brewed 100% Kona coffee, while supporting the more than 600 Kona coffee farms growing this premium product. KCFA encourages residents and visitors to visit ... Read More »

OriGin 10.14.2011 Bondera Appointed Vice President for North America

October 14, 2011Colehour Bondera, a Honaunau coffee farmer and President of the Kona Coffee Farmers Association, has been appointed the oriGIn Vice President for North America. oriGIn (Organization for an International Geographical Indications Network) recently appointed a president and nine vice presidents, each representing a different country or region. The Geneva-based non-governmental organization represents 200 organizations and over two-million GI ... Read More »

OriGIn’s 5th General Assembly- September 29, 2011

 200 representatives of GI producers some 35 countries gathered in Guadalajara (Mexico), on 29 September, 2011  for the 5th General Assembly of oriGIn and adopted a comprehensive strategy to promote Geographical Indications (GIs) protection at the global level for the biennium 2012-2013. This strategy is contained in the Declaration of Guadalajara. click origin09.29.11PR  for complete report Read More »