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Harvesting advances pressing down Robusta prices in Brazil, Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The harvesting of the 2022/23 crop of robusta coffee is beginning to step up in Brazil, pressing down its quotations,...

Cepea: Harvesting of the 21/22 robusta crop is near the end in Rondônia

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The harvesting of the robusta coffee crops (2021/22 season) are ending in Rondônia State (RO), reports Cepea. According to the...

Harvesting of the 2020/21 Arabica crop gains pace in Brazil, reports Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The harvesting of arabica coffee crops started to step up in Brazil in late May, says Cepea in its latest...

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...

Arabica harvesting is ending in Brazil, beans have lower quality, says Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The firm weather in Brazil in the last week favored the harvesting of the 2019/20 arabica crop, which is expected...

Despite the harvesting, trading pace is slow in the Brazilian market

SAO PAULO, Brazil – With the firmer and drier weather in the second fortnight of July, the harvesting of the 2019/20 crop stepped up...

First estimates show only small damages in frosts hit coffee regions in Brazil

SAO PAULO, Brazil – Players surveyed by Cepea reported the occurrence of frosts in most arabica producing regions in Brazil in the first fortnight...

Strong fluctuation of coffee prices drive agents away from the market in Brazil

SAO PAULO, Brazil – After the low levels observed most part of May, arabica coffee prices in Brazil rose sharply in the last week...

Harvesting steps up in Brazil, average prices are the lowest since 2014

SAO PAULO, Brazil — While the harvesting of the 2019/20 crop is gradually stepping up in Brazil, arabica and robusta prices drop, says Cepea...

Gap between arabica and robusta prices widens in 2017/18, says Cepea

The 2017/18 Brazilian coffee season finishes with a wider price gap compared to the crop before, says Cepea in its latest report. In the...

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