These are all the posts that have been tagged with Brazil.
In its April Coffee Market Report, the London-based International Coffee Organization (ICO) announced that global coffee exports amounted to 10.81 million bags in March 2018, compared to 10.91 million in March 2017, driven by decreased shipments of Arabica, particularly Colombian Milds.
After five years of quality tests, Ipanema Premier Cru first collection, Grano Segreto, is launching at the Specialty Coffee Association Exhibition (SCA Expo) in Seattle (EUA) from 19 to 22 April.
Pursuant to the challenges the global coffee industry faces, one of the major topics discussed was to start the process to formalise the structure of the WCPF as a not-for-profit organisation.
Since August 2017, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) composite indicator price has declined in each month except January 2018.
Starbucks Coffee Company has entered into an agreement with SouthRock – a multi-brand restaurant operator in Brazil – to fully license Starbucks retail operations in the country.
Its sustainability endeavours may well be McDonald’s best-kept secret because consumers are not aware of its long-term and expansive efforts.
Ally Coffee, based in Lausanne, Switzerland, opened a new global specialty headquarters office and education lab in Greenville, South Carolina in January 2018.
In its February Coffee Market Report, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) announced that global coffee exports rose 20.7% in January compared with the year-ago period, while the ICO composite indicator price declined by 1.2% in February 2018.
In its January report, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) announced that the coffee market recovered marginally from a sluggish December.
This year will be special for one of the world leaders in coffee processing technology. Probat is celebrating its 150th anniversary and is dedicating all of 2018 to it.
The International Coffee Organization (ICO) reported that prices for all groups of coffee fell over the course of December, though the steepest decline occurred in Robusta prices.
The International Coffee Organization (ICO) reported that the coffee market reacted negatively as Robusta prices declined in November.
I’m not one to beat the proverbial “dead horse,” but sometimes coverage of a specific topic bears repeating, or follow up in this case.
The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) has announced a new “Deferred Candidacy policy” for international coffee competitions.