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Indian coffee exports hits $1 billion mark for first time in 2021/22

NEW DELHI, India – According to the Government of India’s Press Information Bureau, India is witnessing a steady rise in coffee export. A twelvefold...

Olam Specialty Coffee welcomes Ana Mallozzi as Junior Trader

PROVIDENCE, RI, USA – Olam Specialty Coffee (OSC) welcomes Ana Mallozzi to its Providence, Rhode Island, office as a Junior Coffee Trader. Mallozzi brings...

Harvesting in progress in Brazil, Arabica prices drop in July, Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The domestic prices for Arabica coffee in Brazil faded in July, says Cepea in its latest report issued on August...

Colombia’s coffee production down by 22% in July to 944,000 bags

BOGOTÁ, Colombia – In July, registered production of coffee in Colombia, the world’s largest producer of washed mild Arabica, fell 22% to 944,000 60-kg...

IRI and NPD complete their merger, creating a leading global technology, analytics and data provider

CHICAGO and PORT WASHINGTON, NY, USA – Information Resources, Inc. (“IRI”) and The NPD Group (“NPD”) have completed their merger to create a leading...

Brazil: Experts see a rebound in Arabica production in 2023/24

MILAN – Brazil ’s current 2022/23 coffee crop is estimated at 63 million bags according to the median forecast of a survey led by...

DēLonghi reports 1H revenues of €1,444.8M (+0.9%), thanks to growth in coffee category

TREVISO, Italy - The Board of Directors of DēLonghi SpA approved the consolidated results of the first 6 months of 2022¹. Revenues reached €...

PlantX receives bullish research valuation from Capital Y Management

VANCOUVER, BC, Canada – PlantX Life Inc. today announced that Capital Y Management, a New York-based hedge fund, has issued an independent research report...

Japan’s beverage market upturns to expansion for first time in three years

TOKYO, Japan – Yano Research Institute (the President, Takashi Mizukoshi) carried out a survey on Japan's beverage market and found out the market trends...

Seventy percent of US drive-thru customers want more automation

SAN CARLOS, Calif., USA – Over the past two years, dine-in closures forced customers to switch to takeout, delivery, and drive-thru ordering. Despite widespread...

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