Coffee machinery makers from individual roasting and packing solutions to mixers or large-scale plants requiring highly advanced technology such as freeze-dried soluble manufacturing increasingly implement new initiatives... Read more

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In September, the Tea Board of India suspended seven sections of the Tea Act of 1953 following the Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s decision to no longer restrict where tea may be grown and who may grow it. Read more

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Indonesia’s completed 2020-21 coffee production crop cycle ended with 1.4-1.6 million 60-kilogram bags below initial expectations after weather problems prevented full bean development and heavy rains caused cherry losses... Read more

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Shipping charges from East Asia to East Coast ports in North America averaged $20,695. They averaged $17,377 for West Coast destinations on Oct. 15, making the cost of loading and transporting a 40-foot container of tea from Vietnam... Read more

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Ten years goes by quite quickly, and that’s where we stand with STiR – realizing it’s the magazine’s 10th anniversary yet feeling like it wasn’t that long ago we completed all the exciting work to transform Tea & Coffee Asia... Read more

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The global coffee market for decaffeinated beans enjoys a boom from consumers increasingly looking out for more healthy food products. Read more

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Reusables are slowly gaining ground against rightfully controversial single-use plastic cups and may indeed be a solution to the unsustainable waste problem. Read more

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Coffee production in the now completed 2020-21 harvest cycle in Colombia, the world’s third largest coffee growing nation and largest producer of mild washed arabica beans, and it ended lower with total output expected at about 13 million... Read more

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Tea retailers that survived 2020 were saved by pivoting online and the striking uptake in sales of packaged tea in grocery and mass-market outlets. Read more

Tea Report

Sri Lanka began September under a government-declared state of economic emergency, rationing goods amid a foreign exchange crisis that will likely require a bailout from the International Monetary Fund. Read more

Tea Report

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Are We Really Travelling to New Orleans this Month?

Global travel restrictions, Louisiana anti-vaxxers, Delta variant, and now Hurricane Ida...are we really going to SCA New Orleans in less than 4 weeks?

SCA’s US show is always set in stone on the STiR events calendar. As soon as we get the dates, we start planning as you can see from our events calendar www.stir-tea-coffee.com/events where we already list SCA shows in Boston in 2022, Portland in 2023, and Chicago in 2024.

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