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Henry Yeo, founder of Young In Traders, has helped sustain the trend of premium coffee in Asia since 2001. He talks with STiR's Sherri Johns about sourcing, sustainability and more. Read more

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Latecomer Peru poised to make its mark with booming production, premium, organic, and sustainable coffees Read more

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The growing sophistication of semi- and fully-automated coffee machines delight consumers literally everywhere they turn. Read more

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Coffee prices, reflected in the monthly International Coffee Organization (ICO) composite, found a bottom last fall and have since inched upward. Coffee futures on the Intercontinental Exchange dropped 30% in 2018. Read more

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Global coffee exports grew to 121.8 million 60-kilo bags in 2017/18, according to the International Coffee Organization. Read more

Coffee Report

World Coffee Producers' Forum calls on roasters to urgent discussions after the International Coffee Organization’s composite indicator falls to a 12-year low. Read more

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China and the International Coffee Organization (ICO) have been discussing membership for decades. Read more

Features

The US Government announced it will withdraw its membership in the International Coffee Organization and from the International Coffee Agreement, a document binding producing and consuming countries. Read more

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Coffee Report

In 2018 bears are expected to continue to outnumber bulls. Depressed coffee prices resulted in less volatility with lower prices the past two years. This stability is due to arabica trading under $1.20. Read more

Features

The composite indicator of coffee prices averaged $1.14 per pound in December, down 2.8% from November, ending the year on a 22-month low, according to the International Coffee Organization. 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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José Dauster Sette in March was named executive director of the International Coffee Organization. Read more

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The International Coffee Organization predicts global coffee production will remain “relatively stable, up 0.1% to 151.6 million 60-kilo bags. Read more

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The executive director, who was an outspoken advocate for smallholder farmers, passed away Dec. 30. He was 53. Read more

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The fourth largest coffee consuming country completed the International Coffee Organization membership procedures this summer. Read more

Coffee Report

Growth in consumption worldwide does not spell socio-economic improvement for smallholder coffee producers. Mauricio Galindo challenges the coffee industry to rethink what sustainability means. Read more

Coffee Report

A new multilateral public-private partnership, Vision 2020, hosted webinars and invites the coffee community to participate in promoting sustainable development. Read more

Coffee Report

Coffee Report June 2015

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Russia is now the seventh importing member of the International Coffee Organization. Read more

Coffee Report

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