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uganda_coffeeAccording to Uganda’s leading newspaper The Citizen, President Yoweri Museveni is taking some extreme precautions to stop traders from buying coffee beans directly from farmers.

It seems that government officials have discovered that some farmers in the Sheema region have been selling their wet beans directly to traders, who had arranged to have them quickly dried, packaged and sold on the international market. The problem here is these traders are bypassing the government, which needs to control exports to boost the economy. The beans which are being sold this way are also of questionable quality. Government officials are concerned that this will have a negative economic impact on the country's exports.

It seems that anyone found purchasing these wet beans will be jailed for an indeterminate amount of time. The President has further stated that he is determined to export Ugandan coffee beans that are of the highest quality, that is, coffee that can compete with the best in the world.

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