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India: Gain Report revises down coffee forecast

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) – Foreign Agricultural Service has released its Annual Gain Report on the coffee sector in India. Production for marketing year 2016/17 ...

Germany: consumer coffee prices down in August

WIESBADEN – Consumer prices in Germany were 0.4% higher in August 2016 than in August 2015. The consumer price index in Au...

STATISTICS – Arabs buy less Brazilian coffee

SÃO PAULO – Brazilian coffee exports to Arab countries declined 19% in the first two months of this year over the same per...

ICO’s monthly statistics report a 2.6 percent increase in world coffee exports

MILAN – World coffee exports rose 2.6% in June to 10.454 million bags according to ICO's monthly statistics. Shipments of ...

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...

Icco Cocoa Market Review: futures prices sharply down in July

This review of the cocoa market situation reports on the prices of the nearby futures contracts listed on the ICE U.S. (Ne...

Coffee consumption increases as market hits 14-month high

Prices rallied significantly in June, as the Brazilian real strengthened against the US dollar and the 2016/17 Brazilian crop entered its potential frost season. The monthly average of the ICO ...

Coffee exports up in November

LONDON, UK - World coffee exports amounted to 8.51 million bags in November 2015, compared with 8.32 million in November 2...

Coffee market ends 2015/16 in deficit for the second consecutive year

The coffee market settled up by 5.5% in September, mostly driven by a steady increase in Robusta prices supported by conce...

Brazil comes close to losing to Vietnam top rank in coffee shipments

MILAN – Shipments of coffee in all forms out of Brazil totalled 2.483.057 bags in February, down 15.5% from the same month last year, the Coffee Exporters Council (Cecafé) reported last week. The drop in shipments was attributed to slower sales by farmers who preferred to wait for better prices.