Monthly Archives: May 2016

Al Jazeera video report on CoopeDota Carbon Free Initiative

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Colombian Coffee Production Increased 13% In April

Colombian Coffee Production Increased 13% In April, But El Niño Impact Lowered Exports Emily Jed Emily@vendingtimes.net The world’s leading producer of mild washed arabica coffee produced a total of 1,043,000 60-kilo bags in April. This was a 13% increase compared … Continue reading

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Andrea Illy interview with Bloomberg Markets.

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Coffee production in India is set to tumble to a 19-year low

Coffee production in India is set to tumble to a 19-year low as dry weather wilts plantations in Asia’s third-largest grower. Output will decline at least 30 percent in the harvesting season starting from Oct. 1, compared with a record … Continue reading

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WSJ: Vietnam Drought

The coffee market’s worst fears may be confirmed: Coffee production in the world’s biggest producer of robusta beans, Vietnam, will likely fall by nearly a third because of severe drought, according to Vietnam’s coffee trade group. Coffee-bean output will contract … Continue reading

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News Summary

Global Warming impacts coffee production 80 percent of areas in Brazil and Central America that grow Arabica coffee will not be able to carry on growing those beans by 2050 if current temperature trends continue. Internationally, that decline is estimated … Continue reading

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USDA: Record arabica crop to lift Brazilian coffee output

Brazilian coffee production will soar by 13% this year, but remain short of all-time highs, with a drop in the drought-hit robusta crop offsetting a rise in arabica output to a record top. In its first estimate for the 2016-17 … Continue reading

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Brazil, drought for robusta, good rains for arabica and the arbitrage

Drought in Northern, conilon growing areas, of   Brazil  while the southern, arabica areas,have experienced good rains, results in a high contrast in the expectations for each of them,  Marex Spectron in a report published May 19  cut its conilon output forecast … Continue reading

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