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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.

Burundi coffee growers gain insights from high resolution satellite imagery

Earth-i has teamed up with WeatherSafe to support the coffee farmers of Burundi through Earth-i’s ACCORD program. ACCORD combines very high resolution satellite imagery with crop analysis to provide stakeholders with critical insights on key coffee farming decisions to improve crop quality , thereby supporting sustainable growth ...

CEPEA: Arabica and Robusta quotes dropped in the Brazilian market

SAO PAULO, Brazil – Quotes of arabica and robusta coffee dropped in the Brazilian market in April. The CEPEA/ESALQ Index of arabica type 6, hard cup or better (delivered in São Paulo city), dropped 3.72% between March 31 and April 28, closing at 457.68 BRL (144.24 USD) per 60-kilo bag on April 28 – the lowest value in real terms since ...

Vietnam’s coffee cup could overfill two weeks earlier this year, say reports

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam – The rainy season is expected to begin from late April in the Central Highlands. This year's rainy season is expected to return earlier than usual to Vietnam's coffee belt in the Central Highlands, with regular showers forecast from late this ...

A quarter of Southern Costa Rica’s coffee crop lost to Hurricane Otto

Increased rainfall caused by the mid-November cold front followed by Hurricane Otto in late November resulted in large losses for Costa Rica’s coffee producers...

Coffee futures extend rally on supply concerns, weather fears

Futures prices in London and New York reached new multi-year highs on Tuesday on renewed supply concerns and weather fears. In Brazil, the country’s largest cooperative Cooxupé ...

Weather and positive biennial cycle boost the Brazilian crop

The Brazilian production of arabica coffee in the 2016/17 crop, whose harvesting ended in early September, was high and of good quality, favored by...

ENSO-Neutral conditions are slightly favored during the upcoming Northern Hemisphere fall and winter

ENSO-Neutral conditions were observed over the past month, although sea surface temperatures (SSTs) were below-average over the east-central equatorial Pacific Ocean. While the Niño-3.4...

Arabica futures close June on a high note

Arabica coffee futures rose further on Thursday hitting a 14-month intraday peak. The benchmark contract for September delivery posted a 0.8 percent increase to close at 146.65 cents per ...

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