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Vietnam facing the worst drought in over thirty years

MILAN – A drought attributed to El Nino weather phenomenon has ruined or reduced yield on 40,000 hectares of coffee, roughly 7 percent of...

Vietnamese coffee growers struggling with drought

Drought has exacted a heavy toll on coffee farms in Vietnam. Statistics of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Mard) showed that by the...

Vietnam’s drought seen worsening in April

MILAN - Vietnam, the world’s largest Robusta producer, will export an estimated 160,000 tonnes (2.67 million 60-kg bags) of coffee in March, up 18.8 percent on year, government sources said on Friday...

FNC warns producers against coffee berry borer

BOGOTA, Colombia –The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) urges coffee producers to control the incidence of coffee berry borer throughout El Niño. The plague...

El Niño brings worst drought in nearly a century to Vietnam

Vietnam is suffering its worst drought in nearly a century with salinisation hitting farmers especially hard in the crucial southern Mekong delta, reports say....

Vietnam’s export up 11.5 percent in January

HANOI, Vietnam – Vietnam shipped 170,000 tonnes (2.83 million 60-kg bags) of coffee in January, up 11.5 percent from December, according to new customs...

Water shortages will seriously affect Vietnam’s production, warns VICOFA

MILAN - Drought and water shortages in country's central highlands will “seriously affect” the next Robusta crop, according to the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa...

Coffee prices to rise modestly in 2016, despite supply deficit

MILAN – Demand will exceed supply by 3 million bags in coffee year 2015/16, according to the median forecast of coffee traders surveyed by Reuters. But a weak Real will limit the rally in prices to less than 15 percent from current levels.

FNC adopts measures to protect Colombian coffee growers’ income

BOGOTA, Colombia - Aware of the difficulties posed by El Niño to Colombian coffee farmers, the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) unveiled a series...

Record high temperatures in Colombian Coffee Axis

BOGOTA, Colombia - With temperatures of up to 48 Celsius degrees, a town of the Colombian coffee cultivation axis was baptized as "El infiernito" by the prevailing excess of heat, unusual meteorological conditions.

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