These are all the posts that have been tagged with Brazil.
This week I attended the inaugural World Coffee Producers Forum in Medellín, Colombia. The conference, which took place 10-12 July, was conceived by coffee associations and organisations from producing countries around the world and organised and hosted by the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC).
The International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) announced that its 5th international convention will take place 3-5 August 2017 in Puebla, Mexico.
Piracy and cargo theft has long been a concern in both the shipping business and the subsequent coffee supply chain, which depends on the safe and timely delivery of the beans.
The International Coffee Organization (ICO) announced in its April coffee market report that coffee prices fell sharply at the end of April as institutional investors sold off their positions.
The International Coffee Organization’s March report reveals that the coffee market weakened further in March due to high exports and increasing inventory levels.
Marseilles, France-based CMA CGM will initiate a new weekly direct container service to South America from the Port of New Orleans on 21 April.
Organic startup Yuyo Drinks is making it their mission to spread the word about South America’s best kept secret for natural energy – yerba mate. This mission includes a new media campaign that has been launched across the United Kingdom.
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.
The first of this two-part series examines new categories of added value associated with specialty coffee, particularly specialty coffee sourced directly from individual farms in small lots through a transparent and traceable model.
Vietnam’s coffee industry had a record setting year for 2015-16 (Oct/Sep) as a bumper crop led to exports of 27 million 60-kg bags – the highest volume ever recorded, reports the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa).
In its newly released January report, the International Coffee Organization (ICO), announced that the coffee market recovered from the fall in prices which was recorded towards the end of last year.
Conab announced that production in the 2017-18 crop cycle is estimated to reach between 43.65 million and 47.50 million 60-kilogram bags of coffee.
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.