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Rains hamper harvesting and might affect quality of part of the new crop

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – The large volume of rains in the Brazilian producing regions of arabica and robusta coffee in the second fortnight of May delayed harvesting activities and knocked down some coffee beans from the trees. Growers who had already started the harvesting of early coffee in the 2017/18 season had to halt activities ...

Arabica prices temporarily under pressure while Robusta gains

LONDON, UK – The coffee market in June was characterised by high volatility ultimately resulting in a sideways move of coffee prices. While the monthly average of the ICO composite indicator prices was down 2.4% to 122.39 US cents/lb, the difference in price between the opening and the end of the month was minimal.

Cuban government plans to revive the once flourishing coffee industry

The Cuban government intended to revive the once flourishing coffee industry in the country, offering attractive wages in ...

Brazil’s exports hit new highs in 2015

MILAN – Despite a slight decline year on year in December, exports of coffee in all form from Brazil rose to a new all-tim...

Honduras: The Great Coffee Comeback

NEW YORK, U.S. - INTL FCStone Inc., a diversified global financial services organization delivering execution and advisory...

Egypt reports a 10 percent increase in the rate of coffee imports

According to a report by the coffee division at Cairo's Chamber of Commerce, Egypt has reported a 10 percent increase in t...

VIETNAM – Coffee farmers may reap a record crop next season

Vietnam’s coffee output is set to reach record levels, a survey reveals. Vietnamese coffee farmers may harvest a bumper...

World coffee exports fell 7 percent in May

World coffee exports amounted to 9.32 million bags in May 2016, compared with 9.99 million in May 2015, almost 7 percent down on year, according to ICO’s monthly statistics ...

Cameroon coffee exports sharply up in April

Robusta coffee shipments from Cameroon rose sharply in April. According to figures released by the National Cocoa and Coff...

Brazil’s coffee exports up 6 percent in February

MILAN - According to preliminary data from country’s Ministry of Trade, green coffee exports from Brazil rose to 2.669 mil...