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MICE2022 reaches a record attendance

MELBOURNE, Australia – The 2022 Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE2022) reached a record number of 15,056 attendees who visited the expo over four days...

Ice Reports record futures open interest of 48.1 million contracts, coffee is up 17%

LONDON & NEW YORK & SINGAPORE – Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE:ICE), a leading global provider of data, technology, and market infrastructure, has announced record...

Conab’s fourth estimate pegs Brazil’s crop at a record 61.7 million bags

MILAN – Brazil harvested a record crop of 61.7 million bags, the government food supply and statistics agency Conab said on Tuesday in its...

ICTF registers record footfall of over 7,000 trade visitors

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - The 8th edition of the International Coffee & Tea Festival (ICTF), the region’s only dedicated trade event for the...

Ethiopia’s coffee export volume to hit record high

Ministry of Trade (MoT) disclosed Ethiopia might reach a record high volume of annual coffee export by the end of the current fiscal year....

Dublin, Café en Seine pulling in €100K a week

DUBLIN - The popular Café en Seine pub on Dublin's Dawson Street recorded sales of €5.6 million last year. The pub, which recently became part...

Lindt & Sprüngli achieves another record result

KILCHBERG, Switzerland – Lindt & Sprüngli’s continues its solid growth pattern with the latest annual results 2015. The Lindt & Sprüngli Group achieved consolidated...

Uganda is expected to harvest record crop this year

Uganda is expected to produce a record 4.755 million bags this year, up 27 percent from coffee year 2014/15. Norman Basobokwe Mutekanga, director of...

Foodex Japan 2016: record number of exhibitors expected

CHIMA, Japan - JMA (Japan Management Association and four other related organizations will host FOODEX JAPAN 2016 - Asia's largest food and beverage trade...

Brazil: CNC sees stocks shrinking to record low

MILAN - Brazilian ending coffee stocks are expected to fall to a record low, according to the National Coffee Council (CNC). Inventories in Brazilian storage facilities as of March 31st are likely to fall in a range between 4 and 6 million bags.

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