Coffee radio network

The widespread FNC coffee radio network is the key communication tool for transmitting timely, relevant and effective messages to the Colombian coffee-growing families. It includes the nationwide radio programs Coffee Panorama and The Adventures of Professor Yarumo, which are broadcast through 54 stations of the National Radio of Colombia, as well as Yarumadas and Excelsos, which are broadcast through the 69 radio programs of the departmental coffee grower committees.

TV and YouTube programs

With almost 25 years of activities, The Adventures of Professor Yarumo is considered the educational-recreational TV program with the greatest impact on Colombian coffee growers and farmers in general, highlighting the civic, social and moral values ​​of rural producers.

This TV show, which airs on Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and on Sundays at 6:00 p.m. on the institutional channel is a didactic, recreational and information program with a pedagogical purpose: to motivate and inform the coffee-growing families, and the country in general, about progressive practices promoted by the FNC.

Through daily teachings and stories about the countryside and its people, our Professor Yarumo seeks to raise awareness about preservation of our natural resources and to highlight cultural expressions of the different Colombian regions.

Over 1,300 programs capture in their images the national coffee reality and that of other geographical, economic and natural regions where Colombian wealth and beauty can be appreciated.

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Colombian coffee production rises 10% in February

The figure begins to show recovery in the harvest volume In the same month, exports declined 6% to 928,000 60-kg bags of green coffee from 983,000 bags sold abroad in the same month of 2022. Bogotá, March 6, 2023 (FNC Press Office) – In February, registered coffee production in Colombia, the world’s largest producer of mild washed Arabica, reached 1,025,000 60-kg bags, up 10% from the 928,000 bags registered in the same month of 2022. After the prolonged La Niña event, the figure begins to show recovery in the harvest volume. Year-to-date (January-February 2023) production rose 5% to almost 1.9 million bags from 1.8 million a year earlier. In the last 12 months (March 2022-February 2023), production fell 8% to 11.2 million bags from 12.2 million a year ago. And so far this coffee year (October 2022-February 2023), production topped 4.8 million bags, down 9% from the 5.3 million bags of the same previous period. Exports fall 6% in the same month In February, exports fell 6% to 928,000 60-kg bags of green coffee from 983,000 bags sold abroad in the same month of 2022. YTD exports reached 1.8 million bags, down 13% from the little more than 2 million bags exported in the same previous period. In the last 12 months, exports fell 8% to almost 11.2 million bags versus the 12.1 million exported a year earlier. And so far this coffee year, exports reached 4.6 million bags, down…