Some of the most recent trade statistics suggest that Myanmar has nearly 49,000 acres of coffee plantations of which 90 per cent of the produce is Arabica and the rest is Robusta. Although the production levels are quite meager, reaching
How has novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) impacted on Indian coffee industry? All exports to Europe have been temporarily shut.
According to the International Coffee Organization (ICO), out-of-home coffee consumption is decreasing significantly as a growing number of countries are adopting a full or partial lockdown to contain the Coronavirus outbreak. While coffee trading and serving remain frozen, in some
India has largely been a tea-drinking nation since time immemorial. However, coffee has become an increasingly popular drink since the turn of the twentieth century. It is now no longer a typical drink, but a refreshing and voguish beverage. While
India is emerging as a top-seller of coffee in the world. With most of its Robusta & Arabica production activity happening in the Southern regions, the country is experiencing some serious growth in the coffee sector. Find out more.
The Coffee Board of India, the Indian organization which promotes coffee production in the country, is managing to expand and revive Indian Coffee Houses and private players. According to Business Standard, the Indian organization aims to increase coffee consumption by
Vietnam and India have uplifted back-to-back bans on some commodities that were placed earlier this month. The ban prevented Indian roasters from importing coffee beans from Vietnam. The ban by India was placed on March 7 and prevented coffee roasters
Raw coffee at it’s highest in Vietnam
The Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development’s Agro, Forestry & Fishery Processing & Salt Industry has revealed raw coffee prices in the Central Highland provinces of Vietnam has gone up to it’s highest level in 3 years, reports Talk Vietnam. FOB price for Robusta coffee at the Sai Gon Port saw a rise by $88 per to $2,043. Vietnam exported 121,000 tonnes of coffee in the first 10 months of this year. This brought about earnings of up to $246 million with Germany and the US being the two largest export markets holding 15.2% and 13.2% respectively in the first nine months.[Sign in to continue]
Mumbai hosts the India’s international trade, the event (20-22 October) is dedicated to the tea and coffee sector. The Tea-Board of India has collaborated with World Tea and Coffee Expo (WTCE) that provides platform for micro, small, and medium-sized businesses, tea/coffee farmers (growers/sellers), manufacturers/retailers of any
The biggest coffee exporter in Africa is likely to increase its output by 5 percent next season since trees planted in Uganda in the past few years started producing. The nation’s regulator said that weather improvement played a major part (Bloomberg.com). Also, Bloomberg reports that coffee production through September