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Cepea: Weather has favoured the 2018/19 crop, but future is still uncertain

Favourable weather in Brazil has increased expectations for a good 2018/19 season, which may press down quotes in the international and domestic markets, says...

Vietnam’s output to near 2016 yield says Coffee and Cocoa Association

HCM CITY, Vietnam — The 2017-18 coffee crop is expected to be around 1.4 million, which is equal to or slightly lower than last year’s crop, according to the Việt Nam Coffee and Cocoa Association. Nguyễn Nam Hải, the deputy chairman of the association, said the annual coffee crop would enter the harvest season in October or November.

Gain Report sees Brazilian production at 52.1 million, down 7% on year

SAO PAULO, Brazil – ATO/Sao Paulo forecasts Brazil’s coffee production for Marketing Year (MY) 2017/18 (July-June) at 52.1 million 60-kg bags, a decrease of four million bags compared to MY 2016/17, due to the off-year of the biennial production cycle of trees in the majority of Arabica growing regions.

Costa Rica’s Tarrazú region produces one the finest coffees in the world

ZONA DE LOS SANTOS, Costa Rica — High in the mountains of south central Costa Rica is the Zona de los Santos, an agricultural area with unique qualities and whose inhabitants have perfected the art of growing and processing one of the best coffees in the world. A series of natural factors have enriched the region’s mountainous land ...

Unseasonal heavy rains take the flavor out of Vietnamese coffee crop

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam – Heavy rain that hit swamped Vietnam's 2016/2017 coffee harvest has raised the ratio of low-quality beans and defects, traders said on Wednesday, with one major exporter saying quality is at its worst in nine years. Unseasonal rain that fell from October-December last year in Vietnam's Central Highlands coffee belt ...

How coffee beans are bringing Burundi back to life

Tiny, landlocked Burundi is one of the jewels of East Africa. A beautiful country but with a painful past, and it is still, gradually,...

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...

Colombia coffee production continues upwards

USDA GAIN semi-annual report on Colombia estimates that Colombian coffee production will increase to 14.0 million bags GBE in MY 2015/16 (October through September),...

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...

Arabica harvesting almost finished in Brazil, reports CEPEA

The harvesting of arabica coffee from the 2016/17 crop was almost over in Brazil in the first fifteen days of the month. According to Cepea...

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