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The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre inaugurates the Middle East’s first large-capacity coffee center capable of warehousing and processing 20,000 metric tons of green coffee shipments. Read more

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The government of Uganda this fall took the unusual step of ordering the closure of 95 coffee processing factories in the Kayunga District – a response to concerns that rain-damaged coffee could result in export bans. Read more

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Coffee farmers across Jamaica are looking for places to sell their products. Read more

Coffee Report

Warehouses at port facilities receiving coffee can efficiently clean and sort beans with limited space and equipment. Moving huge quantities of green coffee arriving in bulk and moving between silos, however, is challenging. Read more

Features

Everything we see, taste, and feel is an intricate blend of chemicals. Like a primeval alphabet, they’re the fundamental units that define everything in the natural order. Coffee is no exception. Read more

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Farmers First Coffee Company photo

Levanta Coffee is changing its name to better reflect its commitment to coffee farmers. The company is now Farmers First Coffee Company. Read more

Coffee Report

NUCOFFEE, a platform developed by Syngenta, that supports all fronts of coffee chain, has switched to sustainable green coffee bags made of paper by Brazilian manufacturer Klabin. 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

The International Coffee Organization noted a sharp drop in green coffee prices in April, due in large part to investors selling long positions acquired months ago during a period of unusually high volatility. Read more

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Robusta varietals were first planted in Brazil only 60 years ago* at Cachoeiro de Itapamerim but commercial farms did not spread far until the 1990s. Today Brazil is the second largest robusta producer in the world with coffee covering 2.5 million ac Read more

Features

Robusta shortfall in Brazil

Photo courtesy INCAPER

Solubles manufacturers in the world’s largest robusta producing country may be forced to import coffee. Read more

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West Coast coffee industry recovers after protracted 2015 labor dispute but not before Portland loses major shippers; USDA inspections still trigger some delays. Read more

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