These are all the posts that have been tagged with Brazil.
International Coffee Organization (ICO) indicator prices fell slightly across all groups but the decline was most pronounced for Robustas. Per the London-based ICO, the controversy concerning the need for Brazil to import Robusta to alleviate supply shortages in Brazil continued when an envisaged import quota was suspended.
It is with sincere sadness that I report the sudden passing of Frederick (Fred) A. Lockwood, Tea & Coffee Trade Journal’s former long-time publisher, who died on January 17, 2017.
According to the International Coffee Organization’s newly released December 2016 coffee report, an initial estimate of global coffee production in 2016-17 suggests that the world total will remain relatively stable – up 0.1 percent to 151.6 million bags – despite Arabica/Robusta divergence.
Deep Valley Coffee has launched the first-ever comprehensive retail line of biodynamic coffee currently distributed to more than 100 stores across the United States.
In July, Colombia will host the first World Coffee Producers Forum, organised by the coffee-producing countries themselves, and which will bring together key actors of the coffee chain and the global industry.
The International Coffee Organisation, in its monthly report, stated that the recent rally in coffee prices underwent a notable reversal in November 2016, attributed to improved weather prospects in Brazil and Vietnam and a concurrent depreciation in the Brazilian real.
London-based speciality coffee roaster, Union Hand-Roasted Coffee announced it has collaborated with the University of Warwick to provide students, staff and visitors to its campus with high quality speciality coffee.
Spotlight: Scandinavia’s Tea Scene Single serve: Tea & coffee; Decaf coffee; Packaging Special Report: Brazil Part VI
Maersk Line announced today that it is buying Hamburg Süd, the German container shipping line from the Oetker Group.
The Brazil Specialty Coffee Association (BSCA) is inviting North American specialty roasted coffee importers interested in learning more about Brazilian exporters and their specialty coffees on a special Origin Trip to Brazil during the 2017 coffee harvest season.
As part of its international expansion strategy, Juan Valdez, the premium Colombian coffee brand, has officially launched in the Brazilian market.
The International Coffee Organisation reported that coffee prices rose significantly in October, with support coming from continuing concerns over Robusta supply.
Illycaffè, family-owned Italian roaster, presented the 1st Annual Ernesto Illy International Coffee Award at the Delegates Dining Room of the United Nations in New York City on 1 November.
Spotlight: Water Quality ISO tea standards; Ginseng; Office coffee service Private label; Logistics/warehouse Special Report: Brazil Pt 5 Bonus Show Distribution: NAMA CTW (Nov); PLMA (Nov)
The 12,000 members of the Cooxupe Cooperative–the world’s biggest coffee cooperative–grow more coffee than the Central American countries of Guatemala, Costa Rica and Nicaragua combined.