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Private coffee stocks in Brazil are down 27% on year, says Conab’s survey

SAO PAULO, Brazil – Brazil’s private coffee stocks as of March 31st 2017 totalled 9.86 million bags, according to a survey led by the country's food supply agency Conab. This is 27.4% less than in last year’s survey, when the Agency estimated a volume of 13.59 million bags, as well as the third consecutive annual reduction.

Rains hamper harvesting and might affect quality of part of the new crop

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – The large volume of rains in the Brazilian producing regions of arabica and robusta coffee in the second fortnight of May delayed harvesting activities and knocked down some coffee beans from the trees. Growers who had already started the harvesting of early coffee in the 2017/18 season had to halt activities ...

Conab sees Brazil’s production at 45.56 million bags in its second estimate

MILAN – In its second official estimate for domestic coffee output this year, Brazil's Crop Supply Agency Conab pegged production at 45.56 million bags – little changed from an initial estimate in January which, at the middle of the forecast range, came in at 45.58 million bags.

Commodities group sees Brazilian production down by 20 percent in 2017/18

MILAN – Coffee production in Brazil is likely to drop between 15 and 20 percent on year due to the off-year in the biennial cycle, according to Joseph Reiner - global head of coffee for Chinese commodities group COFCO. The estimate is based on a field survey led by the company’s research team in the past weeks.

Brazil: Conab sees production between at 43.7-47.5 million bags

MILAN - In its first crop assessment for 2017/18, Brazil’s National Supply Company, or Conab, pegged coffee production at 43.7-47.5 million bags. A decline between 7.5 and 15 percent compared to last year’s record crop of 51.4 million bags. The estimate is based on a field enquiry conducted in December.

Conab raises coffee crop estimate to record levels

Brazilian coffee production reached 51.37 million 60 kg bags in 2016/17, an increase of 18.8% over the previous cycle, when 43.24 million bags were...

Gain Report sees Brazilian production at 56.1 million bags

The Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) in São Paulo revised the Brazilian coffee production estimate for marketing year (MY) 2016/17 (July-June) up to 56.1 million...

Brazilian government will sell 5,700 tons of coffee in two auctions

On Thursday (20), the National Supply Company (Conab) will hold two more electronic auction arabica coffee sales, with the supply of 5,700 tons of...

Weather and positive biennial cycle boost the Brazilian crop

The Brazilian production of arabica coffee in the 2016/17 crop, whose harvesting ended in early September, was high and of good quality, favored by...

CONAB sees Brazil’s output at 49.64 million bags

In its third estimate for this year issued on Wednesday, Brazil’s National Crop Supply Agency (CONAB) pegs the country’s 2016/17 crop at 49.64 million bags, virtually unchanged (down some 30,000 bags) from its ...

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