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Burmese (Myanmar) Coffee Will Hit Whole Foods As an Economic Opening Continues

Burmese (Myanmar) Coffee Will Hit Whole Foods As an Economic Opening Continues Aug 30, 2016 Two shipments of coffee beans from Myanmar arrived in the United States this month, the first commercial-scale imports in over 15 years and the fruits of a U.S. government development program for farmers in the once-isolated Southeast Asian economy. The … Continued

OGS Attends The RE:CO Symposium

Atlanta, April 13, 2016 – Members of One Global Sourcing Ltd attended the Re:co Symposium at The SCAA Expo this week. The event focused on issues and trends that impact the global specialty coffee industry. “I was particularly interested in the discussions pertaining to future trends and consumer behavior,” says OGS General Manager, Joe Seydewitz. … Continued

OGS Attends Historic Cupping Event in Myanmar

Yangon, May 28, 2015 – Members of One Global Sourcing Limited attended a historic coffee cupping event in Myanmar today.  The event aimed at officially testing and grading 52 of the Myanmar Coffee Association’s finest Arabica coffees. “We gladly accepted the invitation to join in this landmark event,” says OGS General Manager, Joe Seydewitz.  “We’ve … Continued

OGS Attends Myanmar Infrastructure Summit

Yangon, March 18, 2014 – Members of One Global Sourcing Ltd (OGS) attended a private sector investment summit in Myanmar today. Eleven key government ministries attended the event, which aimed at highlighting industries where the government plans to direct capital inflows. The three-day summit marked the onset of Myanmar’s transition into the global economy. “We … Continued

OGS Attends Agribusiness Investment Summit

Yangon, January 20, 2014 – Members of One Global Sourcing (OGS) attended a private sector investment summit in Myanmar today. Eleven key government ministries attended the event, which aimed at highlighting industries where the government plans to direct capital inflows. The three-day summit marked the onset of Myanmar’s transition into the global economy. “We have … Continued