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Ico Report: Arabica prices record double-digit hike, Robustas reach new lows

LONDON, UK – In March 2020, prices for all Arabica group indicators increased due to concerns over the availability of tha...

Colombia ‘s coffee production falls 12% in March, exports are 21% down

BOGOTA, Colombia – In March, coffee production in Colombia, the world’s largest producer of mild washed Arabica, was 806,0...

Robusta harvesting starts to step up in Rondônia, reports Cepea

SAO Paulo, Brazil – After the harvesting beginning of early Robusta crops (2020/21), in mid-March, activities started to s...

Coffee exports from Vietnam are expected to fall by 7.8% to 7.33 million bags in Q1

MILAN – Vietnam ’s coffee export for the month of March will reach approximately 2,500,000, according to a preliminary est...

Finland keeps top spot as Happiest Country in world, says report supported by illy

NEW YORK, U.S. – Since the first World Happiness Report in 2012, four different countries have held the top position: Denm...

Harvesting of early Robusta beans from 2020/21 start in Rondônia, reports Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The harvesting of the first robusta coffee beans from the 2020/21 crop has started in Rondônia, the nu...

ENSO and IOD likely to remain neutral through southern winter, says Bom

MELBOURNE, Australia – Australia's major climate drivers—the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipo...

Coffee spending in Indonesia to grow by 8.2% per year to US$2.2b in 2024

MILAN – The rise of a new middle class and increased awareness on health problems caused by the consumption of sugary drin...

Uk independent cafés show resilience, but are still vulnerable to tough trading

LONDON, UK – The Rise of Independents, Allegra World Coffee Portal’s unparalleled research on the UK’s innovative and dive...

Coffee exports from Brazil fell by almost a quarter in February, reports Cecafé

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – Total exports of all forms coffee from Brazil during the month of February were down by almost a quart...