Progreso brings together diverse nationalities at the 25TH annual SCAA Conference
On Friday April 12th farmers, traders and various coffee experts gathered for Progreso sponsored breakfast at the just concluded 25th Annual SCAA Conference. The attendees…Continue
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By Isis Almeida,Bloomberg
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. lowered its price forecasts for arabica coffee futures in New York, citing an improving production outlook in leading grower Brazil.Continue
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By Sergio Hernandez,The Week
The ubiquitous coffee chain is slashing prices on its packaged coffee by 10 percent — from $9.99 for 12 ounces to $8.99 a bag.
Starbucks raked in $380 million from non-café sales last quarter — with a profit of about $2.55 per bag,…Continue
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Coffee arrivals from Indonesia’s southern Sumatra, the main growing region of the world’s third- largest robusta producer, slowed this month because of heavy rain, widening the premium to the price in London.
Deliveries to warehouses in Lampung province have…
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Author Jason Koebler; US News
Coffee is one of the world's most traded commodities. Each year, more than $15 billion worth of coffee is exported from 52 countries—many of which are still developing and rely on the crop to buoy their economies. The industry employs some 26 million people worldwide.
But in recent years, keeping the world's coffee drinkers supplied has become increasingly difficult: The spread of a deadly fungus that has been linked to global warming and…
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Indonesia has long been known as a powerhouse in the global coffee trade. The country is the fourth largest coffee exporter in the world and last year alone it exported over 425,000 tons of coffee worth over $1.2 billion, most of which were of the Arabica and Robusta varieties. But while Arabica coffees like Luwak, Toraja Kalosi and Mandailing…
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Global warming is exacerbating political instability as tensions brought on by food insecurity rise. With research suggesting the issue can only get worse....…Continue
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We having a challange of how to improve on productivity for our small holder coffee farmers, the common available marterial is the Pulp from our wet mills, we searching for a solution on how it can utilised by the farmers.