Author: Andrea Grassia

Covid-19 continues to affect coffee supply chain


The COVID-19 pandemic, according to the exporting countries, will continue to affect coffee supply chains. Farmers and producers expect to experience prolonged labor shortages, increased production costs, diminished infrastructure, and a reduction in commitments from buyers. Learn more about the crisis in the Out-of-home segment A recently survey between 16 exporters countries by the ICO has attributed the increased volatility

Less Brazilian coffee on the markets around the world, export decreased

Top destination for brazilian exports

According to Cecafé monthly report, Brazilian coffee exports recorded a decrease of 24.3% in February 2020: 2.7 million bags compared to over 3.5 million recorded in the same month of 2019. Arabica coffee represented 81.5% of total exports in February with 2.2 million bags shipped. Instant coffee made up 10.4% to 281,000 bags. Robusta coffee contributed 8.1% of exports with 219,000 bags, an increase of 3.3% on an annual basis. The main destinations for Brazilian coffee were the United States, Germany and Italy.

Internorga 2020 cancelled

Internorga 2020 cancelled

Internorga, Europe’s leading trade show for foodservice and hospitality and partner of CoffeeBI, announces that the show, originally scheduled to take place from 13 until 17 March 2020, then postponed to 20 to 24 June of this year, has been cancelled due to the increasing spread of the new coronavirus Covid-19. The next edition of Internorga has been rescheduled for