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Colombian delegation concludes successful visit to Brazil

GUAXUPÉ, Minas Gerais, Brazil – The Colombian delegation headed by Roberto Vélez (picture), CEO of the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC), concluded a weeklong...

Rains in Brazil may help prepare for the 2017/18 crop

Rains in the first fortnight of October in arabica producing regions encouraged growers to start planning the new season (2017/18). According to Cepea collaborators,...

Arabica harvesting confirms output and quality

The arabica coffee harvesting of the 2016/17 season was about to end in the main producing regions in Brazil in late August. Field activities...

Cambodia: Bitter market for local coffee

The Kingdom’s once-promising home-grown coffee industry has been laid low by adverse weather and fierce global competition, with the total area under coffee cultivation...

Robusta exports from Sumatra plummet in July

Exports of Robusta coffee from Indonesia’s main growing region of Sumatra fell by almost two thirds in July to 12,350 tonnes, from 36,644 tons in the equivalent month last year, according to government statistics. However, shipments were still up some 3,100 tonnes from last month, thanks to a seasonal uptick in production.

El Niño phenomenon keeps taking its toll in Colombia

BOGOTA, Colombia – As a result of the devastating impact of El Niño phenomenon, Colombian coffee production dropped 7% during June 2016. Total production...

Conab sees Brazil coffee harvest at 49.67 million bags

Brazil’s National Supply Company (Conab) released this Tuesday (24th) in Belo Horizonte its second official estimate for the 2016/17 coffee crop, that began harvesting a few weeks ago ...

India: Gain Report revises down coffee forecast

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) – Foreign Agricultural Service has released its Annual Gain Report on the coffee sector in India. Production for marketing year 2016/17 ...

Vietnam works to ensure water security

HANOI, Vietnam - Vietnam must take drastic measures to tackle drought and saline intrusion to help ensure water security and prevent the politicisation of...

Nestle changes growing habits of Vietnamese coffee farmers

Nestle, in cooperation with Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation, has launched a two million euro (S2.3 million) project to change the irrigation methods used...

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