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Ico Report: Coffee prices rallied in April amid an anticipated decline in world production

LONDON, UK — In April 2021, the ICO composite indicator rose by 1.4% to 122.03 US cents/lb as coffee prices for all group ...

Colombian production up 9% in April

BOGOTÁ, Colombia – In April, Colombian recorded coffee production reached 810,000 bags (60-kg), up 9% from the 744,000 bag...

Cepea/Esalq Index for Arabica coffee prices in Brazil reaches all-time high in nominal terms

SAO PAULO, Brazil – Unfavorable weather in Brazil was concerning Brazilian and foreign agents in April, pushing up prices ...

Taiwan: coffee consumption in 2020 reached 2.4 billion cups, or 104 cups per capita

TAIPEI, Taiwan – According to statistics from the International Coffee Organization (ICO), Taiwan 's annual imports of cof...

The 2021/22 Robusta harvesting likely to gain pace in the coming weeks, says report from Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The 2021/22 harvesting for robusta coffee has started in Rondônia in April, says the Center for Advanc...

Cocoa contract prices in London and New York plunged by 13% and 14% respectively in March

ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire – This report from the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) focuses on the evolution of prices f...

Brazil coffee exports fell 1.6% in March  to  3.44m  bags,  green coffee shipments down by 2.7%

MILAN – In March, Brazil exported 3,438,538 coffee bags, including green, soluble, and roasted & ground coffee, slight...

Colombian coffee production rose 30% in March to over 1 million bags, exports up 21%

BOGOTÁ, Colombia — Colombian coffee production rose to one million 50,000 bags (60-kg) in March, up 30% from the 806,000 b...
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Ico: Coffee prices reach highest levels since 2017/18, but falter towards the end of month

LONDON, UK — The ICO composite indicator for coffee prices rose slightly, by 0.8%, in March averaging 120.36 US cents/lb c...

Covid-19 drives record at-home coffee drinking and on-the-go ordering in the United States

NEW YORK, US – COVID-19 drove record coffee consumption at home, with 85% of coffee drinkers having at least one cup at ho...