Maz Robusta coffee is coffee made from beans of the plant Coffea canephora, a sturdy species with low acidity and high bitterness. Canephora beans, widely known by the synonym Coffea robusta, are used primarily in instant coffee, espresso, and as a filler in ground coffee blends. Robusta has its origins in central and western sub-Saharan Africa.It is easy to care for, has a greater crop yield, has almost double the amount of caffeine and more antioxidants,and is less susceptible to disease than arabica coffea.It represents up to approximately 40% of global coffee production, with arabica constituting the remainder.
UGANDA's Robusta coffee is now being used as a benchmark for coffee from other countries in London. Uganda is ranked as the first Commonwealth producer of coffee, second African producer and seventh world producer.
Uganda is a member of the international Coffee Organisation, Inter Africa Coffee Organisation, East African Fine Coffee Association and Specialty Coffee Associations of America and Europe (SCAA & SCAE).
Coffee in Uganda is harvested all year around with two major peaks from November to February and June to September.
The yield for Uganda coffee is 700kg per hectare for traditional Robusta coffee.Uganda produces an average of 3.5 million, 60kg bags per year where Robusta is 80%.
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