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The Brazilian coffee sector is carefully monitoring the weather ahead of flowering

SAO PAULO, Brazil – The agents in the Brazilian coffee sector have been monitoring the weather, concerned about the blooming of the 2023/24 crops,...

Heavy rainfall, floods reported in Colombian Coffee Triangle

NEW YORK CITY, USA – Heavy rainfall has been affecting most of Colombia (particularly Andean, and Pacific regions) since the beginning of the "first...

Vietnam’s coffee export to drop by almost 9% in 2020, shipments are delayed by the bad weather

MILAN – Coffee exports from Vietnam are expected to decrease by 8.8% to 1.511 million tonnes, or 25.2 million bags in 2020, according to...

Weather in Central America, possible damages to coffee crops push up arabica prices

SAO PAULO, Brazil – Arabica coffee prices increased sharply in the Brazilian market in November, reflecting the international valuations for this variety, which, in...

Arabica prices rise sharply and increase liquidity in Brazil, reports Cepea

SAO PAULO, Brazil – Arabica coffee prices rose sharply in Brazil in the first fortnight of November, leading sellers to the market and increasing...

Vietnam’s Dak Lak sees coffee production slightly down in 2018/19

MILAN – Coffee production in Dak Lak, Vietnam’s biggest coffee-growing province, is seen falling to 410,000 tonnes (6.83 mln 60-kg bags) in 2018/19 from...

Cepea: Weather favors 18/19 robusta crop, but may delay harvesting

SÃO PAULO — The pace of coffee trades was slow in Brazil in February. Regarding arabica, after the sharp price drops in the domestic and...

Cepea: Brazil’s exportations in 2017/18 continue to move at a slow pace

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – Green coffee shipments started 2018 at a slow pace and may continue slow throughout this 2017/18 season. According to the...

Cepea: Weather has favoured the 2018/19 crop, but future is still uncertain

Favourable weather in Brazil has increased expectations for a good 2018/19 season, which may press down quotes in the international and domestic markets, says...

Brazil: Arabica quality improves, processing delayed by low temperatures

SAO PAULO, Brazil – Arabica harvesting advanced in all Brazilian regions in July, favored by the drier weather; however, retraction of purchasers and sellers kept the pace of trades very slow. According to agents consulted by Cepea, low temperatures delayed the processing of beans, mainly the drying process, limiting supply in the spot market.

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