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USDA sees world production rebound 7.8M bags in 2022/23

WASHINGTON, USA – The Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released the latest Coffee: World Markets and...

Dubai’s external trade in coffee generated almost $1 billion in the last ten years

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Statistics released by Dubai Customs have revealed that Dubai’s external trade in coffee generated AED3.5 billion ($952.75 million) in...

The coffee industry scrambles for fresh beans to meet demand from stockpiling consumers

MILAN – The current market situation in the coffee industry for Arabica coffees had the spotlight in the Financial Times yesterday. The Coronavirus pandemic...

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 last Wednesday. Meanwhile, traders...

Coffee trade subdued in Vietnam ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday

MILAN – Vietnam’s coffee growers completed harvest operations for the 2019/20 crop as of January 15, according to the median estimate of 13 analysts...

How ARC helps Lennart Clerckx fulfil his dream of a new trade model

MILANO - Lennart Clerckx, a 35 years old dutch man, founder of Tsu - This side up - , trader of non commercial coffees,...

Why British coffee and tea maker Taylors prioritizes supplier resilience

Businesses no longer need to be convinced that the world is changing at an alarming rate. That’s old news. Today’s companies understand that global warming is happening now, that weather patterns are increasingly unpredictable and that millions are at risk from rising sea levels in some parts of the world and water shortages in others.

Carnival and price drops in New York futures market limit trades in Brazil

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The pace of arabica coffee trades was slow in Brazil and prices were dropping in late February. Sellers, who were refrained from the market, did not consider asking prices attractive. Besides, the recess because of carnaval in Brazil limited trades even more.

Hapag-Lloyd intensifies activities in coffee transport

About one in every hundred containers on board of Hapag-Lloyd vessels is filled with whole or ground coffee beans – and this figure is...

Vietnam, UK seek ways to boost coffee trade

Vietnamese and British coffee enterprises are keen on promoting doing business together, Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA) Chairman Luong Van Tu told a...

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