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ICCO releases its first crop forecasts for the 2016/2017 cocoa year

LONDON, UK – The International Cocoa Organization today releases its first forecasts for the 2016/2017 cocoa year and revised estimates of world production, grindings and stocks of cocoa beans for 2015/2016, as summarized below. The data published in Issue No. 1 - Volume XLIII - Cocoa year 2016/2017 of the Quarterly Bulletin ...

Vietnam’s coffee export likely to fall this year says Coffee Association

Vietnam’s coffee export this year is predicted to plunge by 20% to 30% compared to 2016 due to bad weather. Nguyen Viet Vinh, general secretary of the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa ...

La Niña still present, with a transition to ENSO-neutral favoured during Jan-Mar 2017

La Niña conditions persisted during November, with negative sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies present across most of the central and eastern equatorial Pacific. The Niño...

ICCO issues its revised forecast for 2015/16

LONDON, UK - The International Cocoa Organization today releases its revised forecasts for the current 2015/2016 cocoa year and revised estimates of world production,...

Mondelez declining for 11th straight quarter

MILAN - Mondelez International’s quarterly net revenue fell nearly 18 percent, declining for the 11th straight quarter. The 17.7% slump was driven by Mondelez's...

Kenya’s coffee crop shows promise after rain

Kenya may get a bumper harvest later this year as rains in key growing areas boost yields. The country is getting good rains, which...

Dry weather likely to shrink India’s coffee output

After hitting a record 348,000 tonnes in 2015-16, India’s coffee production for the year starting October 2016 is set to drop by about eight percent. In its post Blossom crop forecast for the year ...

Honduras likely to revise down its export forecast

Honduras, Central America’s leading coffee producer and exporter, shipped 592,530 60-kg bags of coffee in June down 18.5 percent from the same month last year, the national Coffee Institute, or ...

USDA sees record Arabica output next year

In its biannual report “Coffee: World Markets and Trade” released on Friday, the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) forecast world coffee ...

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 ...

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