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Cepea says 20% of the Brazilian Arabica 2016/17 crop is left to be traded

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The arabica volume left from the 2016/17 season at growers and cooperatives is around 20% of the production, considering regions surveyed by Cepea. In the same period last year, roughly 15% of the crop was still available to be traded. Most part of this product left in 2017 has intermediate quality, but there is also ...

Growing your own coffee beans in New Zealand – it’s not impossible

Waking up, picking a handful of beans from the coffee bush on the coffee table, a quick roast, grind and brew, and a homeg...

Olam meets demand for certified Arabica

LONDON, UK – Two Olam International (“Olam”) coffee plantations in Africa have achieved Rainforest Alliance and UTZ certif...

Ethiopia to start electronic coffee trading in three towns

Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Marketing Development Authority finished preparations to start electronic coffee trading in three...

Ethiopian coffee sector sets ambitious export goals

Ethiopia has set a goal of exporting 241,000 tonnes of coffee this year. In a recent briefing, Ethiopian Coffee and Tea De...

Arabica quotes drop in December, volume of traded coffee nears 70% in Brazil

Prices of arabica coffee dropped in the domestic and international markets in early December. Speculations for a slight ri...

Olam International acquires East African coffee specialist Schluter

SINGAPORE – Olam International Limited (“Olam’’), a leading agribusiness operating across the value chain in 70 countries announced today that it has acquired 100.0% interest in East African coffee specialist...

Can your science research change the world?

LONDON – The hunt is on for potentially ground-breaking scientific research into food security which could revolutionise t...

What would happen if the coffee plant went extinct?

This post originally appeared on VICE Canada. You probably don't want to think about a world without coffee. Even if yo...

U.S. Warehouse coffee stocks down 1.75 percent from July

NEW YORK, U.S. - Warehouse coffee stocks in all ports of the United States amounted to 6,198,110 bags as of August 31st, 2...