Several months after the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, numerous economic activities, related to the out-of-home market, have been affected by a reduction in customer numbers and more restrictive regulations in terms of space and opening hours, with a consequent
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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
Sudden and devastating, the pandemic is highlighting some important changes that could lead to innovations and transformations in the coffee sector. Today, there is already a strong increase in online trading and webinar platforms. Since travel, fairs and meetings between
In an increasing number of countries, the pandemic has led to restrictive containment measures that have involved the closure of industries and commercial activities, restrictions on people’s freedom of movement, rules of social distancing and incentives for remote-working. The main
The pandemic (COVID-19) will have a global impact on the coffee sector, with short-, medium- and long-term effects, involving the entire supply chain from production to international trade to coffee consumption. In addition to being a dramatic public health crisis
According to preliminary estimates published by International Coffee organization world coffee numbers has decreased compared to last year.
World coffee consumption is estimated 169.3 million bags, 0.7% greater than in 2018/19 but Covid-19 presents a risk to global coffee consumption.