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Weather reduces harvesting pace in Brazil while prices rise, reports Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil — The harvesting of the 2019/20 coffee crop, which started in April, was slower than expected in May, mainly in arabica-producing...

Brazil’s 2017/18 crop 80% harvested. Robusta harvest virtually finished

MILAN – According to agricultural analyst Safras & Mercado, 80 percent of Brazil’s 2017/18 crop was harvested as of August 1, versus 76 percent at this time last year. S&M expects this year’s production to reach a total of 51.1 million bags. Harvest of arabica beans is at 74 percent...

Kenya: Bad weather hurts coffee production, cuts harvests and earnings

CENTRAL KENYA – Coffee farmers in central Kenya are staring at reduced earnings compared to last season courtesy of extreme weather that has drastically cut harvests. A mixture of rains, chilly conditions followed by drought has conspired to ensure that growers will take home less during the current year.

Rains hamper harvesting and might affect quality of part of the new crop

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – The large volume of rains in the Brazilian producing regions of arabica and robusta coffee in the second fortnight of May delayed harvesting activities and knocked down some coffee beans from the trees. Growers who had already started the harvesting of early coffee in the 2017/18 season had to halt activities ...

Vietnam’s exports may fall by 20% down this year

Aging crops, flooding and drought: not the ideal blend for the world’s second largest coffee exporter. Vietnam’s coffee exports are likely to be hit this...

Vietnam: rain continues to hamper harvest operations

MILAN - Vietnam is likely to ship 130,000 tons (2.167 million 60 kg bags) of coffee beans in October 2016, the government said on...

Philippines coffee production down in 2Q

The country’s production of dried coffee berries fell by 13.9 percent in the second quarter to just 7,700 metric tons from 8,930 metric tons...

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...

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...

Colombian exports up sharply in August

MILAN - Colombian coffee exports rose month-on-month by a whopping 160 percent in August, recovering from a sharp fall in July due to a 45-day strike of truck drivers. According to the National Federation of Coffee Growers, shipments ...

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