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The International Coffee Organization announced that prices for all coffee groups fell in June 2018, though the largest month-on-month decrease occurred for Brazilian Naturals, which declined by 3.7% to 115.10 US cents/lb.
Canton Tea, a wholesale supplier to the premium hospitality sector, announced it has partnered with The Wolseley, one of London’s best loved restaurants from Corbin & King, to offer an exclusive range of teas.
In May 2018, the ICO composite indicator increased by 0.7% to an average of 113.34 US cents/lb, following three months of declines.
Firepot Nomadic Teas opened its first brick-and-mortar concept on 27 April.
Since August 2017, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) composite indicator price has declined in each month except 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.
World Coffee Research (WCR) has launched a major update to its Arabica Coffee Varieties catalogue, expanding it to include varieties from six new countries: Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
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 African tea market is thriving with tea production expanding in East and Central Africa, and with consumption growing in the North and the West of the continent.
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.
Bishop House, makers of high-end luxury housewares, has introduced a coffee and tea line.
Coffee was one of the many industries affected by cyber attacks this year. Smart coffee and tea businesses understand that cybersecurity is both an operational threat and a long-term strategic business risk.
The growing demand for premium cups sees single origin and specialty teas gradually conquering Western tea lovers.