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Rust resistant variety in Honduras succumbs to pest.

Leaf rust resistant variety in Honduras succumbs to pest   World Coffee Research has confirmed that a coffee variety in Honduras, widely planted across the country because of its resistance to coffee leaf rust, is no longer resistant to the … Continue reading

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How Ethiopia’s new policies can impact worldwide specialty premiums

Ethiopia is the world’s fifth largest coffee producer, however its market structure has resulted in the vast majority of coffee was  mixed before  auctioning at the  Ethiopian Commodity Exchange.  As a result  farmers paid little attention to improving the standard … Continue reading

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Farmed in Costa Rica, online sales in the US

   Connecting Consumers and Roasters to Costa Rica Howard Bryman | May 15, 2017 Hacienda Miramonte in Costa Rica. All images courtesy of Willows Coffee. A new farm-to-bag retail coffee company has started up in Minnesota called Willows Coffee, led by the … Continue reading

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Seeking Alpha: Coffee Prices Could Be About To Surge

Summary Coffee prices have fallen sharply since late last year. We think prices have bottomed and a potential deficit this year could lead prices to surge. Stocks-to-use ratio is forecast to be 30%. The lowest level in almost a decade. … Continue reading

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Coffee Prices Stabilize

May 1, 2017 – 14:45 BST Coffee futures have finally found some stability following their recent sell-off. On Friday, robusta coffee futures inched higher after plunging almost 3.5% over the week on technical selling pressures. They were recently up 0.3%. … Continue reading

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Bullish Sentiment nears low

Coffee  has,  since November of 2016, lost nearly a third of its value.  At the same time the  long term trend in coffee remains down, as it has created a series of lower highs for years. The Market Sentiment score … Continue reading

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World Bank says coffee prices to fall this year

Coffee, tea and cocoa prices could fall by more than six per cent this year due to greater supply, a report says. The World Bank report, however, also projects that agricultural raw materials production is expected to rise by four … Continue reading

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POLITICA Sistema de Gestión en Control y Seguridad

POLITICA   Sistema de Gestión en Control y Seguridad         Somos una empresa cien por ciento Costarricense que se dedica esencialmente a la exportación de café en grano oro de origen de Costa Rica. Desde su fundación … Continue reading

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USDA: Stocks/Use Ratio the second lowest in more than 50 years.

World coffee supplies will end 2016-17 at among their tightest on record, as weak robusta bean output, sapped by the weakest Brazilian harvest in seven years, erodes the boost from a record arabica crop. The US Department of Agriculture, in … Continue reading

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Rabo Bank, any frost damage was marginal

The frost scare in Brazil, which fuelled a rise in arabica coffee prices to a one-year high, was overdone, Rabobank said. “We believe that if there was any frost damage at all, it is confined to some regions of Sao … Continue reading

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