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Photo courtesy Port of Virginia

The port in the Hampton Roads region supports a fast-growing Mid-Atlantic coffee and tea production center. Read more

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Nouvelle-Orléans remains the steadfast companion of coffee, weathering 300 years of storm and strife as the coffee gateway to the USA. Today it is the No. 1 US port for imported coffee, exceeding tonnage landed in New York. Read more

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Neumann Kaffee Gruppe has acquired majority control of Seattle-based Atlas Coffee Importers and will make it a subsidiary of the worldwide green trading company. Read more

Coffee Report

Power Port

Photo courtesy Port Houston

Seven in 10 containers that transit the Gulf of Mexico are processed at Port Houston, an important gateway for green coffee and other commodities entering the United States. Read more

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Café Imports has diagramed its history of sourcing and buying green coffee in a series of maps targeting the specialty coffee industry. Read more

Coffee Report

US Importers Comply with Food Safety Rules

Photo courtesy QTrade Teas & Herbs

Small US businesses importing food for human consumption have until September to comply with new US food safety rules. Read more

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The Food Safety Modernization Act passed the United States congress and signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2011 and reflects a shift in the government’s effort toward food safety. Read more

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A spring cleaning of the Food and Drug Administration’s foreign food facilities database eliminated more than a quarter of registered food suppliers, an unusually high number. Read more

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