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Burundi coffee growers gain insights from high resolution satellite imagery

Earth-i has teamed up with WeatherSafe to support the coffee farmers of Burundi through Earth-i’s ACCORD program. ACCORD combines very high resolution satellite imagery with crop analysis to provide stakeholders with critical insights on key coffee farming decisions to improve crop quality , thereby supporting sustainable growth ...

Vietnam’s output to near 2016 yield says Coffee and Cocoa Association

HCM CITY, Vietnam — The 2017-18 coffee crop is expected to be around 1.4 million, which is equal to or slightly lower than last year’s crop, according to the Việt Nam Coffee and Cocoa Association. Nguyễn Nam Hải, the deputy chairman of the association, said the annual coffee crop would enter the harvest season in October or November.

Energy drinks market reaches historic milestone in the United States

ROCKVILLE, MD, U.S. – The US energy drinks market recorded an annual increase of seven percent over the last five years, according to market research firm Packaged Facts. The report entitled ‘Energy & Sports Drinks: U.S. Market Trends & Opportunities’ claimsthat between 2011-2016, year-over-year gains were the result of ...

Gain Report sees Brazilian production at 52.1 million, down 7% on year

SAO PAULO, Brazil – ATO/Sao Paulo forecasts Brazil’s coffee production for Marketing Year (MY) 2017/18 (July-June) at 52.1 million 60-kg bags, a decrease of four million bags compared to MY 2016/17, due to the off-year of the biennial production cycle of trees in the majority of Arabica growing regions.

Tropical Pacific remains warmer than average, says Australia’s BOM

MELBOURNE, Australia – The El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remains neutral. With the tropical Pacific Ocean warmer than average, and around half the international climate models reaching El Niño levels later in the year, development of El Niño in 2017 cannot be ruled out.

Vietnam vows to reorganize coffee production and improve quality

HANOI, Vietnam - Vietnam’s coffee productivity is three times higher than the average level globally, but the profit that coffee growers pocket is low because of poor competitiveness and unstable output. With export volume of 1.8 million tons and export turnover of $3.35 billion, coffee was the biggest farm export item in 2016.

Conab sees Brazil’s production at 45.56 million bags in its second estimate

MILAN – In its second official estimate for domestic coffee output this year, Brazil's Crop Supply Agency Conab pegged production at 45.56 million bags – little changed from an initial estimate in January which, at the middle of the forecast range, came in at 45.58 million bags.

Coffee roasters resume purchasing in the Brazilian market, says Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – After a period when trades were halted, coffee roasters resumed purchasing coffee in the Brazilian market, mainly Robusta beans and mid-quality Arabica, in the first fortnight of May. The purchased volume, however, was limited, once the availability of these types of coffee ...

U.S. green coffee stocks rise in April for fifth straight month, says GCA

NEW YORK – U.S. green coffee stocks in warehouses in all ports of the United States rose for the fifth straight month in April, Green Coffee Association (GCA) data showed on Monday. Stocks were up by 165,497 60-kg bags to 6,890,354 bags for the month ending April 30.

Vietnam’s exports fall to 5-month low on higher prices and thinning demand

HANOI, Vietnam – Coffee exports from Vietnam fell to 134,800 tons in April, the lowest level in five months, the country’s customs office stated. Sales from the world's largest Robusta producer and exporter, fell 28.3 percent from the same month in 2016, the Finance Ministry-run Vietnam Customs said in its monthly report.