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Singapore Specialty Coffee Auction attracts 45 producers and 56 lots from 12 countries

SINGAPORE – 45 producers and 56 lots of specialty grade coffee from 12 countries will be joining the first Singapore (Micr...

Jamaica aims to deepen ties with Japan, which remains the largest market for its coffee

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries of Jamaica, the Honourable Audley Shaw, has ...

Dmcc to expand its Coffee and Tea Centres with target to triple output and boost capacity

DUBAI, UAE – DMCC – the world’s flagship Free Zone and Government of Dubai Authority on commodities trade and enterprise –...

Coffee trading is virtually paralysed in Vietnam due to government’s restrictions

MILAN – Coffee trading in Vietnam is virtually paralysed by a two-week ban on all but essential activities, which started ...

Cropster launches shipsbeans, a simple solution to get your coffee online now

MILAN – Cropster, a company headquartered in Austria, which develops software solutions for coffee, has announced shipsbea...

India ’s coffee exports could be hit by the Coronavirus outbreak in Italy

MILAN – The Coronavirus outbreak is taking a heavy toll on India ’s coffee exports. Shipments to Italy, which accounts for...

Cooxupé forecast Brazil’s crop for CY 2020/21 at 62 million bags

GUAXUPÉ, Minas Gerais, Brazil – The demand for coffee in Middle East and Arab Countries is rising at a faster pace the glo...

Coffee exports from India inched up slightly to 350,000 tons in 2019

MILAN – Coffee exports from India inched up 0.6% in calendar year 2019 to 350,000 ton from 348,000 tons in the previous ye...

EU – Mercosur Trade Deal is expected to benefit Brazilian coffee growers

MILAN – The EU - Mercosur Trade Deal, signed in June 2019, is expected to benefit Brazilian coffee producers. According to...

Exports from Vietnam likely to fall by 14 percent on year in 2019, says Gso

MILAN – Exports and domestic trade in Vietnam slowed down this week due to year-end holidays and lower prices discouraging...