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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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Implementation of rules that govern pricing of London coffee futures beginning this spring are not expected to disrupt markets. Read more

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Sample Sleuth

Photos by Dan Bolton / STiR coffee and tea

What does it take to be one of the best-known coffee samplers in America? Read more

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ICE Coffee

Photos by Dan Bolton / STiR coffee and tea

In 2000 industry leaders organized the Greater Houston Coffee Association with the goal of establishing warehousing capacity sufficient to qualify for a New York Board of Trade license to store exchange-traded coffee. Why warehousing? Read more

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Coffee trades are swift and the trader’s toolbox is more sophisticated but fundamentals still matter. Read more

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The accelerating pace of trades and a desire for greater transparency, efficiency, and quicker settlement on delivery of robusta coffee futures contracts has prompted a number of changes in rules for trades on the Intercontinental Exchange. Read more

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