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Indian cooperative in Andhra Pradesh plans to make wine from coffee pulp

VIJAYAWADA, Andhra Pradesh, India – After finding success with jack fruit wine, the state-run Girijan Cooperative Corporation (GCC) is planning to make wine from coffee pulp, reports The Times of India. "The coffee pulp is usually thrown away after the seed is taken out and processed to coffee powder.

Brew a Heartwarming Symbol of Camaraderie this Friendship Day

MUMBAI, Maharashtra, India – ‘The only way to have a friend is to be one’, said Ralph Waldo Emerson. No other brand understands this better than India’s largest youth rendezvous point, Café Coffee Day. For over two decades, Café Coffee Day has been the hangout of the nation’s youth; the place for hugs, high fives, laughter, tears ...

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.

Global specialty coffee shops market to grow at a CAGR of more than 10%

LONDON, UK – Technavio analysts forecast the global specialty coffee shops market to grow at a CAGR of more than 10% during the forecast period, according to their latest report. The research study covers the present scenario and growth prospects of the global specialty coffee shops market for 2017-2021.

Flavour to lead the conversation as Danes launches new offensive

SYDNEY, Australia – Australian specialty coffee brand Danes Specialty Coffee is launching a new initiative to go beyond the idea that great coffee is only about the region from which it comes, and the format in which it is delivered. The Danes Flavour Offensive will introduce Australian coffee drinkers to ...

Maui’s producer earn top award at Hawaii state cupping competition

WAIKAPU, Hawaii, U.S. — Move over, Kona. Maui coffee is getting much stronger. Maui made history for winning best overall coffee in Hawaii on Friday, and consumers and farmers were buzzing about the robust industry at a local coffee celebration Saturday. Among 107 entries, Olinda Organic Farms earned the prestigious Hawaii ...

Specialty coffee label from East Java introduces itself to the world

JAKARTA, Indonesia – Arabica coffee from Bondowoso, East Java, has become an attraction of its own for coffee lovers. The coffee, labeled as Arabika Java Raung Ijen, drew 22 businessmen from 12 countries to the city on Friday (14/07). The businessmen came from Ireland, France, Spain, England ...

GCA warehouse stocks rise for 7th straight time to new record levels

NEW YORK, U.S. – U.S. green coffee stocks rose for the seventh consecutive month in June, the Green Coffee Association reported on Monday. Green coffee inventories in warehouses in all ports of the United States totalled 7,294,945 bags for the month ending June 30, which is 180,422 bags higher than ...

Cuba aims to produce eight thousand tons of gold coffee in 2017

HAVANA, Cuba – Still far from its maximum potential, coffee growing in Cuba is moving towards revival to reach eight thousand tons of gold coffee in 2017, according to an executive in the sector. After almost four years of investments, the main result is the transformation of plantations, which has led to ...

Vietnam’s coffee export plunge could raise global supply concerns

HANOI, Vietnam – Lower outflow from Vietnam, coupled with falling exports from Brazil, could reduce the downward pressure on prices created by ample stocks in importing nations. Vietnam's coffee exports fell last month by more than a fifth from the same period last year, extending a downward trend ...