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Robusta Index approaches 760 BRL/bag in Brazil, crops bloom in Espírito Santo and Rondônia

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The Brazilian prices for robusta coffee began September on the rise, boosted by increases in the futures traded at ICE...

Harvesting of the 2020/21 robusta crop starts in Espírito Santo, reports Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The harvesting of the 2020/21 robusta crop started in some areas from Espírito Santo State (ES) in the first fortnight...

Rains induce flowering in the Robusta crops in Espírito Santo, reports Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil — After the rains observed in early August in Espírito Santo, a new and large flowering was induced in the robusta...

Rains induce blossom in the Brazilian 2019/2020 Robusta crop

With the end of the 2018/19 Robusta harvest in Brazil in early August, the first flowers from the 2019/20 season could be observed in...

Rains bring relief to coffee growers in Espírito Santo, reports Cepea

The weather favored robusta crops in Espírito Santo (ES) in the first fortnight of December, increasing expectations for the output in the next season. Agents...

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...

High volume of green grains reduces

The harvesting of robusta coffee in Espírito Santo, which started in mid-April, was slow in the first fortnight of May. According to Cepea collaborators,...

Robusta harvesting shows the impact of drought in grain

The harvest of robusta coffee in Espírito Santo state is advancing and it may intensify at the month’s end. Meanwhile, only early grains are being harvested. Many agents point that ...

Brazil’s Espirito Santo is facing its worst drought in 40 years

While the rain has come back in the coffee belt easing concerns over dryness in Minas Gerais, the situation remains critical in Espirito Santo....

Conab’s second estimate sees Brazilian production down 2.3 percent on year

In its second official estimate for coffee year 2015/16, Brazil’s National Company of Food and Supply revised downwards the forecast for the upcoming crop...

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