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STRAUSS GROUP – Tres Coracoes acquires Itamaraty’s coffee business in Brazil

Strauss Group announces that Tres Coracoes Alimentos S.A. (“Tres Coracoes”), a Joint Venture (50%) of Strauss Coffee B.V. and (50%) Sao Miguel Group is...

CECAFE – Brazil’s coffee shipments up 15.4% in Jan-Oct period

Brazil shipped 29.9 million bags (60kg each) of coffee overseas from January to October 2014. This represents a 15.4% increase over the same period...

SUSTAINABILITY – McCafes in Brazil serving 100% Rainforest Alliance certified coffee

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – McCafés in Brazil are focusing on sustainability with every cup they pour. Arcos Dorados, which franchises McDonald’s restaurants in 20...

BRAZIL – Piata Farmers sweep top awards at 100th Cup of Excellence Competition

MISSOULA, Montana, US – Farmers from the Piata producing region of Brazil swept the top five places at the milestone 100th Cup of Excellence...

BRAZIL – Coffee exports grew by 43% in September

SAO PAULO – Brazilian exports of coffee amounted to US$ 582.3 million in September, up 42.9% from the same month last year, according to...

FUTURES MARKETS – Arabica prices near two-year highs

MILAN – Arabica-coffee futures reached a five-month high on Thursday driven by increasing concerns about dry weather in Brazil, as plants are entering the...

FUTURES MARKETS – Bulish report makes prices soar

Futures price for for Arabica coffee surged almost 5% yesterday following an update report from Tiago Ferreira, responsible for the Coffee Department for INTL...

COFFEE FINANCE – Sustainable Coffee Program launches a Guide to facilitate the access of coffee growers to credit lines

As part of the Sustainable Coffee Program powered by IDH, the "Practical Guide to Access Credit Lines for the Promotion of Sustainability on Coffee...

ICO REPORT – Coffee prices dip despite lower estimates for Brazilian crop

LONDON – After five consecutive months of rising prices, the coffee market reversed lower in May. From a high of 179 cents/lb in April,...

BRAZIL – Damage to coffee crops may be less severe than expected, says minister

MILAN – The worst drought in 50 years may have caused less damage than forecast in Brazil’s coffee belt, said yesterday the country’s agriculture...

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