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The rise of emerging markets across Southeast Asia for more than two decades has brought about a stunning rise in coffee consumption to the region’s already fast-expanding economies. From the biggest players in the traditional markets like the Philippines and Japan, to new giants such as China, South Korea, Indonesia and Vietnam, this is a welcome development for the coffee market and analysts expect the Asia coffee boom to set new records for world growth in coming years.
Boncafé International and Java Mountain Coffee are forming an “Asian Sustainable Coffee Distribution” partnership to support women working in the coffee supply chain throughout Asia.
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.
Tea & Coffee World Cup is delighted to announce that Jack Steijn, co-founder of Equipoise, consultancy for sustainable commodities, and chair of the ISO and CEN Committees on Sustainable and Traceable Cocoa, will be speaking at this year’s Tea & Coffee World Cup exhibition.
Generation 10, a provider of cloud-based commodity supply chain and financial tech solutions, based in Liverpool, England, announced the addition of RCMA Coffee division, located in Singapore, onto their commodity trade, risk and logistics management (CTRM) and data analytics platform, G10 Commodity Manager.
Tea & Coffee Trade Journal is pleased to announce that leading coffee roasting equipment manufacturer, Buhler AG, based in Uzwill, Switzerland, is coming as an exhibitor to the 2017 Tea & Coffee World Cup, and will be running comprehensive coffee roasting workshops during the three-day exhibition and symposium.
Welcoming the year of the fire rooster, TWG Tea blazes a new beginning with the Morning Rooster Tea, a bold and cheeky blend in celebration of the vivacious and colourful year of the rooster.
Olam International Limited, a Singapore-based leading agribusiness operating across the value chain in 70 countries announced today that it has acquired a 100% interest in East African coffee specialist, Schluter S.A.
Tea & Coffee World Cup is coming to Singapore for the 2017 show.
Spring has many meanings, one, associated with the season, signifies rebirth, that which is new. And while it may be nearing the end of September, with so much “newness” for Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, it feels like spring again!
Tea & Coffee World Cup is coming to Singapore – the site of several popular shows – for its 2017 show.
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Haiti’s coffee future: moving forwards What’s new in Papua New Guinea It must be something in the water Tea & Coffee converge at World Cup Singapore
Warm up in Africa with women in coffee Hard rains bring insurance claims New products, better business Sights on Singapore: Tea & Coffee World Cup