Archive for December 2015

S&D’s 2015 Highlights

S&D has celebrated a number of events, initiatives and newsworthy moments throughout 2015. Before this year comes to an end, we wanted to revisit some of the highlights from this past year. Sponsoring Fellows for the 2015 SCAA Symposium We demonstrated our commitment to the specialty coffee industry by sponsoring fellows to attend the 2015 […]

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December 18, 2015 Coffee and Tea Market Report Highlights

Coffee Market The market continued last week’s downward slide, falling an additional 2 cents this week, however the market remains firmly above the recent low of $1.1530. The trade seems to have accepted that volatility as the new normal in Brazil with little market reaction after today’s 1.63% drop by the Real against the dollar. […]

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December 11, 2015 Coffee and Tea Market Report Highlights

Coffee Market The market gave back most of the gains from the last two weeks falling 5 plus cents in what appears to be the end of the recent short covering rally. This news seemed mostly current related sent the Real spiraling 3% lower over the past two days. Meanwhile the Colombian peso is trading […]

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Sustainability at S&D: Reflecting Back and Looking Ahead

Sustainability and corporate responsibility are all about looking forward — finding ways to work collaboratively to innovate and develop long-term solutions. But it’s also important to reflect back to see what has been accomplished, assess the progress made and analyze outcomes for future application. That balance of reflecting back and looking forward is displayed in […]

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December 4, 2015 Coffee and Tea Market Report Highlights

Coffee Market So it would be hard to call this a rally, but with the NY Arabica market making four consecutive days of gains for the first time since June (albeit only closing up 210 points on the week), from a chart standpoint things look a bit more positive. The US dollar suffered a sharp […]

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November 25, 2015 Coffee and Tea Market Report Highlights

Coffee Market The sleepy effects of tryptophan grabbed hold of the “C” Market early, as it was little changed after unsurprisingly low volume on this shortened Thanksgiving Day week. Coffee was not a player in this week’s commodity price jump (limited to metals, energy and grains) after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet near […]

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