However, those numbers are being revised right now and it's looking as if it could be as low as 150,000, to 180,000, significantly lower after Gilbert," said director general of the Coffee Industry Board (CIB), Christopher Gentles.
What does CIB stand for?
CIB stands for Coffee Industry Board (Jamaica)
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The Jamaica Coffee Industry Board was formed in 1950 to monitor and assure quality processing and production techniques and verify growing regions.
Dr Cecil Goodridge, director general of the regulatory division of the island's Coffee Industry Board, says that while it has not been a problem in the UK, the board has taken action against US importers who have sold coffee from other origins under the Blue Mountain name.
Last, in Jamaica, the Coffee Industry Board (CIB) is reporting that it has registered the Jamaica Blue Mountain and Jamaica High Mountain logos and trademarks in more than 20 countries worldwide.
Jamaica's Blue Mountain coffee, considered one of the best coffees in the world, is grown at altitudes between 2,000 and 4,000 feet, mostly by small growers who must meet strict guidelines set by the Jamaica Coffee Industry Board.
Coffee Industry Board (CIB) director general Christopher Gentles visited China in October to scout possibilities for engaging the market to take off excess amounts of the beans expected from the 2009-2010 crop.
In addition to the 70 kg and 30 kg barrel presentations, the Jamaica Coffee Industry Board Commercial Division is now offering the brand new and unique 15 kg barrel presentation of its world famous Wallenford Estate "Jamaica Blue Mountain" coffee.
Jamaican coffee beans are dried to an ideal moisture level of about 12%, and the storage environment needs to be stable in order to maintain that moisture level," according to Gail Nelson, a research office with the Coffee Industry Board.