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Category: Coffee

How to Drive Sustainable Coffee Sales

From roasters, farmers and researchers to baristas, government leaders and impact investors, coffee enthusiasts from around the world gathered to discuss all things coffee at the Let’s Talk Coffee® Conference on September 20–23 in Cartagena, Colombia. For the last 15 years, Let’s Talk Coffee® has been a premier gathering at origin for global stakeholders from […]

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October 12, 2018 Coffee and Tea Market Report

Coffee Market The market closed up nearly 7% on the week, a level not seen since July of this year. The “C” market continues to shine, up 15 cents over the past two weeks and extending a streak of four weeks in the green. These facts further point towards a major upward shift in what […]

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October 5, 2018 Coffee and Tea Market Report

Coffee Market Finally a different song to sing. The C market jumped a little more than 6% on the week, posting a 6-week high. The market is now up for three consecutive weeks (for the first time this year) and evidence is pointing to the long-term downtrend being complete after almost two years. The tone […]

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September 28, 2018 Coffee and Tea Market Report

Coffee Market The C market ended the month on an up note posting its first positive month in the last four. On the week, prices gained about 2.5% with all the gains occurring with today’s rally. The recent action in the market has been increasingly focused on macro factors. More specifically on the Brazilian Real. […]

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With Coffee, Origin Matters

By OLGA L CUELLAR G— For operators and their customers, terms like sustainability, traceability and social responsibility are as much a part of the conversation as freshness, food safety and quality. With the rise in third-wave coffee houses, coffee has become a magnet for interest from consumers who are increasingly curious about the provenance of […]

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