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Dry weather in Brazil concerns Arabica growers, says a report from CEPEA

In September, the domestic and international Arabica coffee markets were focused on the dry weather in Brazil. Low moistur...

ENSO is neutral, Tropical Pacific Ocean cooling expected to continue

The El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is neutral. However, sea surface temperatures (SSTs) have cooled in the central to...

Melitta and the Alzheimer Society of B.C. to host Alzheimer Coffee Break

TORONTO, Canada – Melitta Canada, a household name in exceptional coffee preparation, today announced that it will team up...

Fourth Istanbul Coffee Festival combines the delights of coffee and music

ISTANBUL, Turkey – This week, from the 21st to the 24th of September, the Turkish metropolis is house another vibrant edit...

Government pushes branding for coffee, cacao products in the Philippines

SAN JOSE, Antique, Philippines - Local products can be more competitive if they have distinctive taste and images that wil...

Segafredo Zanetti becomes Official Coffee Partner of Juventus FC

TREVISO – Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group has announced the signing of a three-year partnership between Segafredo Zanetti I...

Puccino’s opens new outlet at London West Hampstead Railway station

LONDON, UK – Massimo Zanetti Beverages Group announces the opening of a new Puccino’s outlet in England. The unit is situa...

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.