Monthly Archives: February 2016

Vietnam decline in global market share

After three years of witnessing high growth rates in the 2012-2014 period, Vietnam has experienced a tough year, with a sharp 28 percent fall in export volume and 30 percent in export value. While the other two big exporters Brazil … Continue reading

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Coffee Exports Summary: India, Nicaragua, Salvador, Costa Rica

INDIA Even as Arabica exports plunged, higher robustashipments have pulled up the Indian coffee exports for 2015 marginally over the previous year. Plagued with production woes from pest attacks and fluctuating prices, arabica is fast losing out to the sturdier … Continue reading

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Coffee crisis to hit within three years as finer tastes lead to shortage

Rising demand for the perfect cup of joe could lead to a coffee crisis within three to five years as supplies of high quality beans dry up, a market expert has said. The spread of coffee shops across the UK, … Continue reading

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Ethiopian government offers incentives and increased support to farmers.

Addis Ababa — The Ethiopian government has announced intentions to raise coffee exports . This is to be done by offering incentives and increased government support to farmers. Shimelis Arega, a Trade Ministry spokesman said in statement early this month, … Continue reading

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Quarterly Coffee Exports up 2.6% compared to last three months of 2014

Global coffee exports rose 2.6 per cent in the first three months of this marketing year and climbed 1.3 per cent in December, year-over-year, the International Coffee Organization said on Friday, as prices traded around two-year lows. Exports of coffee … Continue reading

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Korean Specialty Market

By Chun Ji-Hyun, Maeil Business News Korea With little sign of subsiding in Korea’s coffee craze, the Koreans’ palate for java is becoming more and more picky, refined, and high-end. It is no secret that Korean women rather pass a full meal … Continue reading

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For a change, a bullish market view

Dry weather across coffee-producing regions is starting to diminish the outlook for this year’s crop and forcing investors to trim their bets that prices will fall. Below-average rain is forecast for the next 10 days in Brazil’s Espirito Santo state, … Continue reading

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The science behind a good cup of coffee

The science behind a good cup of coffee by Beth Mole –  Published on Ars Technica   Coffee is one of the most popular drinks worldwide, with countless cups of the dark, alluring elixir brewed up each day. And, lucky … Continue reading

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