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Green coffee stocks in the key import countries of Europe, the United States, and Japan remain under pressure from the recent 7-year-highs in arabica futures prices and supply problems Read more

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According to logistics analysts, Sea-Intelligence, the likelihood of a ship arriving on time is now “hovering around 40%” compared to 2019 when reliability was greater than 80%. Add port and trucking delays, and buyers this fall through the new year Read more

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The upcoming 2021-22 coffee harvest in Vietnam, the world’s second largest grower and exporter after Brazil suffered negative impact from unseasonal dryness in June and July causing reduced yields on trees in the key southern producing region Read more

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When you think of Finland, coffee plantations probably aren’t the first thing you think of. But think again. Read more

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Accumulating evidence of tea’s heart health benefits led researchers to conduct an umbrella review describing and critically evaluating the totality of medical evidence to date. Read more

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Under the previous regime, large quantities of Indian and African tea were illegally brought into Pakistan through Afghanistan. It is unclear how the Taliban will administer a notoriously porous border under Pakistani tribal control. Read more

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The coffee market in Spain in quickly becoming the world’s biggest coffee market for decaffeinated beans with about 20% of the overall coffee consumption now being filled by decaf brands, according to industry leaders and new market data. Read more

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Coffee shipments from Southeast Asia’s top growers Vietnam and Indonesia face new delays stemming from the soaring freight prices and a shortage of containers Read more

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Freight costs for container-based shipping of coffee are soaring and there is little evidence that the sharp increase in cargo prices will ease any time soon. Read more

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Travelling over 2,500 kilometers overland through Brazil’s frost damaged coffee fields the utter devastation is so compounding to witness that it is hard to find words that adequately describe the situation. Read more

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The global coffee trade enters an unexpected wave of turmoil as the coldest weather in years hit Brazil, the world’s largest coffee producing and exporting country, leading to the most severe damage seen in the country’s growing regions Read more

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In July, the European Union began enforcing a single-use products ban on plastics to reduce the harm caused to wildlife and the environment. Read more

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