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Chongqing Municipality has become the largest coffee trade hub in China

The Chongqing Municipality, in Southwest China, has become the largest coffee trade hub in the country surpassing Shanghai...

Klem Organics are bringing their specialty coffees to the United States

MIAMI, FL, U.S. – Klem Organics - a company from Minas Gerais in Brazil,  specializes in bringing to other businesses the ...

Brazil’s coffee exports hit by eight-week-old customs strike, reports Cecafé

South America's largest port, Santos of Brazil, has been hard hit by strike action by the nation's customs officials, whic...

Cafeology team welcomes new Commercial Director Scott Rogers

Cafeology announces the appointment of Scott Rogers to Cafeology. Scott brings a wealth of industry knowledge to Cafeology...

Youngevity International receives purchase contracts for Nicaraguan coffee

MIAMI, FL, U.S. – Youngevity International, a leading omni-direct lifestyle company, today announced its wholly owned subs...

DMCC begins construction of new Dubai-China coffee trade centre

Dubai Multi-Commodities Centre (DMCC) said it has broken ground on a new 7,500-sq-m coffee unit near Jebel Ali Port harbou...

Chongqing is now China’s largest spot trading platform for coffee

CHONGQING, China – The spot trading volume of coffee on the Chongqing Coffee Exchange hit 10 billion yuan as of August, making it the biggest spot trading platform for coffee in China.

Coca-Cola Coffee Plus released in Japanese vending machines

It’s called Coca-Cola Coffee Plus, and it has fifty percent more caffeine and fifty percent fewer calories. According to S...

Fair trade company Levanta Coffee connects consumers to the source

TOLEDO, Ohio, U.S. – Starting July 18, Levanta Coffee hopes to bring better wages to coffee farmers—and better coffee to b...

Port of Santos expands share of coffee exports to new record highs

SANTOS, Brasil – The port of Santos has increased its market share of Brazil’s coffee exports to a new record-high of 87.1 percent in the first half of 2017. This equals to 16.9 million bags, or 1 million tonnes or 36,722 TEU. The port is on track on track to ship 76,000 TEU of java by the end of the year ...