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  • EFSA caffeine study being misinterpreted by the media.
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LOWER EXPORTS LEND SUPPORT TO ROBUSTA PRICES
The International Coffee Organization says the coffee market rallied slightly in June, led in most part by a recovery in Robusta prices.
NESPRESSO MAKES PROGRESS WITH 'POSITIVE CUP' INITIATIVE
The CEO of Nestlé Nespresso says significant progress has been made towards improving the lives of thousands of coffee farmers in countries ranging from South Sudan to Colombia.
REPORT HIGHLIGHTS ISSUES FACING AFRICAN PORTS
portoverview.com have analysed African port incidents and trends, new developments and carrier shipping performance statistics on the main African trades with Asia and Europe.
WORLD BANK SUPPORTS AGRICULTURE REFORMS IN VIETNAM
The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors has approved USD315 million in two credits for Vietnam to support the government's agriculture restructuring plan and education.
SUCDEN APPOINTS SENIOR COCOA BROKER
Sucden Financial has appointed Michael Donovan as a Senior Cocoa Broker in order to boost its cocoa business in London.
SWISS COFFEE ORGANISATIONS COME TOGETHER
The most important coffee market organisations in Switzerland have merged into a 'Community of Interest' (CIC).
ICO ISSUES STATEMENT ON US CONSUMPTION CLAIMS
The ICO has warned against a theory circulated in a number of recent news articles attributing a slight decrease in coffee consumption in the US to the growth in single-serve coffee machines.
CONFERENCE ON COCOA MARKET OUTLOOK SET FOR SEPTEMBER
The ICCO has announced a one-day conference looking in depth at the cocoa market situation and prospects for the future, to take place 22 September 2015 in London.
FERRERO TO ACQUIRE THORNTONS
Ferrero in Italy is to acquire British chocolate company Thorntons for GBP112 million (USD177 million).
PROS AND CONS OF CERTIFICATION WEIGHED IN NEW REPORT
A new report, commissioned by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, examines the potential benefits – and some of the drawbacks – associated with certification.
LAVAZZA TO ACQUIRE MERRILD BRAND
Lavazza has reached agreement to acquire Danish coffee brand Merrild from DE Master Blenders to comply with conditions for its merger with Mondelez's coffee business.
EU BOOST FOR COFFEE LEAF RUST PROJECT
The European Commission has announced around EUR230 million to support efforts towards sustainable development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
EU APPROVES OLAM'S ACQUISITION OF ADM COCOA BUSINESS
The European Commission has given its reasons for approving the acquisition of ADM's cocoa business by Olam International.
STUDY FINDS NEW POTENTIAL HEALTH BENEFITS FOR CAFFEINE
Researchers have found that caffeine can help manage stress and, potentially, prevent conditions such as depression and memory loss.
ANTOINE DE SAINT-AFFRIQUE TO BECOME CEO OF BARRY CALLEBAUT
The Board of Directors of Barry Callebaut has appointed Antoine de Saint-Affrique as the company's next CEO. Effective 1 October 2015 he will take over from Juergen Steinemann.
ICO PLANS 'STRATEGIC REVIEW'
ICO is planning to "sharpen the strategic focus and relevance" of the organization by commissioning a strategic review to be led by an external consultant.
IPANEMA COFFEES TURNS TO PENAGOS
Ipanema Coffees, one of best known coffee companies in Brazil, recently decided to upgrade its processing equipment, and turned to Penagos in Colombia to help it do so.
FRANCE PLANS TAX ON CAFFEINATED DRINKS
The European Coffee Federation says it has received questions from some of its members about a levy which has been introduced in France on caffeinated drinks.
CFC SAYS CONGOLESE COFFEE "MAKING A COMEBACK"
The Common Fund for Commodities says coffee growing in the Democratic Republic of Congo is making a comeback after years of strife in the country.
EFSA PROVIDES ESTIMATES OF SAFE CAFFEINE INTAKE
Late May 2015 saw the European Food Safety Agency publish its much anticipated scientific opinion on the safety of caffeine.
4C COMPLIANT COFFEE REACHES 10 MILLION BAG LEVEL
May 2015 saw the 4C Association report that in 2014 its global roaster and retail members received nearly 10 million bags of 4C compliant coffee.
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