In 2018, coffee prices have fallen sharply, reaching, in September, the lowest price per pound since 2006. Which are the causes? Who is affected the most?
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The ICO estimates that global coffee demand will increase by 10.5 million tons of coffee by 2020. The global situation is benefiting the African market. Learn more…
Global coffee production, in 2018, is estimated at 159.66 million bags, 1.2% greater than last year: Production in Africa is estimated as 2% higher, at 17.66 million bags Asia & Oceania, 10% higher, at 49.49 million bags Mexico & Central
If you want to know which trends are thriving in the year 2018, you should read this article carefully. As reported by The Independent, Jonathan Wadham (Rombouts’ coffee expert), Rick Tingley (coffee specialist at Taylors of Harrogate) and Gennaro Pelliccia
Price fluctuations of coffee raw material in the markets is subject to several factors, and obviously this variability is one of the principal causes of earnings or losses of growers, distributors and roasters. So, how to forecast coffee prices? The
In November 2017, the ICO composite indicator price (averaged 117.26 US cents/lb) continued to decline (down 2.3% from the average price in October). The Arabica group indicators were generally stable in November. For the Robusta group the monthly average decreased
The UK is about to face a potential increase in food prices, including coffee and cacao: it is due to the global weather phenomenon called La Niña, that is going to probably cause issues to the food market in the
The constant price changes are happening due to changeable weather conditions and climate change, since the damage to the Brazilian crop in 2014 resulted in the higher price instability. The increasing global production is resulting in the profit decline, especially affecting growers.
The International Coffee Organization is constantly trying to provide a more stable relationship between supply and demand, but the price wars between supermarkets have been emerging in recent years due to the fact that there is a risk that the premiums paid to smallholders will be crushed by the supermarkets. [Sign in to continue]
According to Ico, the estimate of total production for crop (year 2016/17) has been revised upwards to 157.44 million bags, a 3.4% increase on 2015/16. Arabica production is up by 14.7% to 101.55 million bags, with increases observed for all
According to novosti.rs, Brazil and Vietnam are facing the decrease of coffee growth which will affect coffee prices in Serbia, as well as in the whole world. The market demand is in constant increase, Robusta deficit is compensated with the more expensive sort, which results in higher prices.
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