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Robusta coffee futures edge higher on news of rain in Vietnam’s key growing regions

MILAN – Robusta coffee futures edged higher Thursday on news that rains in key growing areas and labour shortage are hampering harvesting operations in...

Robusta coffee prices drop sharply in the Brazilian market, says new report from Cepea

SAO PAULO – The prices for Robusta coffee faded in the Brazilian market in October, says Cepea in its latest report. On Oct. 29,...

Rains trigger flowering of the new Arabica crop bringing some relief to Brazilian growers

SAO PAULO, Brazil – It rained in many arabica coffee crops in the first fortnight of October, bringing some relief to farmers and triggering...

Rains in June timely hamper Arabica harvesting in Brazil, coffee quality not affected

SAO PAULO, Brazil – It rained in important Arabica - producing regions in Brazil in the first fortnight of June. In some areas, precipitation...

Brazil: Rains in the first fortnight of February beneficial to bumper crop

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The rains that hit Brazil in the first fortnight of February were positive to coffee crops (Arabica and Robusta) in...

Rains in the first fortnight of February bring relief to coffee crops in Brazil

SAO PAULO — After the high temperatures and low moisture observed in January, it rained in the main Brazilian coffee-producing regions in the first...

Robusta quotes drop in October; Arabica prices rise slightly, says CEPEA

Rains returned to the Brazilian Arabica-producing regions in the second fortnight of October, favoring crops – many had been facing problems with drier weather...

Higher humidity in October favors flower opening in Brazilian coffee belt

Rains in early October were enough to stimulate flower blooming at arabica coffee crops in most producing regions surveyed by Cepea. Flowering events were...

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 ...

Unseasonal heavy rains take the flavor out of Vietnamese coffee crop

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam – Heavy rain that hit swamped Vietnam's 2016/2017 coffee harvest has raised the ratio of low-quality beans and defects, traders said on Wednesday, with one major exporter saying quality is at its worst in nine years. Unseasonal rain that fell from October-December last year in Vietnam's Central Highlands coffee belt ...

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