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BRAZIL'S ARABICA CROP WILL BE GOOD BUT ROBUSTA WILL BE DOWN
Commodity broker Marex Spectron says that after two drought-affected crops, the Arabica regions in Brazil are “looking very good” for the next crop.
UK COFFEE SHOP MARKET OUTPERFORMS RETAIL SECTOR
Estimated at 20,728 outlets, the total UK coffee shop market showed significant sales growth of 10 per cent in 2015, compared with 2014, and a total turnover in 2015 of £7.9 billion.
NO LINK BETWEEN CAFFEINE AND HEARTBEAT PROBLEM
Regular caffeine consumption does not lead to extra heartbeats, which can lead in rare cases to heart- or stroke-related morbidity and mortality, according to UCSF researchers.
GRINDING DATA DELIVERS MIXED PICTURE OF COCOA MARKET
Cocoa grinding in Asia increased more sharply than expected in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to data from the Singapore-based Cocoa Association of Asia.
BRAZILIAN COMPANY STUDYING PAPER SACK FOR SPECIALTY COFFEE
The partners in the project believe that paper packaging could protect the aroma and flavour of specialty coffee whilst enabling the product to be stored for longer.
CONAB EXPECTS LARGE BRAZILIAN CROP
The prospects for Brazil's next coffee crop are significantly better than in the past two years, according to Conab. Forecasts for 2016/17 have ranged from 47 to 50 million bags.
ICCO SEEKS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) is seeking candidates for the post of Executive Director (the Chief Executive Officer of the organisation).
WCR TO HELP WITH AFRICAN COFFEE RENAISSANCE
With worldwide consumption expected to continue to grow in the next decade, the coffee industry is looking to Africa as a potential source of more coffee.
KOREAN COFFEE IMPORTS GROWING QUICKLY
Global Agricultural Information Network says South Korean coffee import data showed a 27 per cent increase in value and a 17 per cent increase in volume in 2014 compared to 2013.
COFFEE PRICES MAKE POOR START TO 2016
Coffee prices driven lower by issues such as concerns about the world economy, the weaker Brazilian real, and a more relaxed assessment of the coffee supply situation.
GOOD WEATHER PROMPTS EXPECTATION OF LARGE BRAZILIAN CROP
Importer Wolthers Douqué says weather conditions for the next Brazilian coffee crop, which starts May-June 2016, are almost ideal, and that a large crop could result.
COCOA PRICES FALL SHARPLY BUT COULD RISE AGAIN
Cocoa prices got off to a poor start in 2016, with the cocoa futures contract traded in London falling by 7 per cent since the beginning of the year and dropping to £2,060 per tonne.
NCA ISSUES STATEMENT ON DIETARY GUIDELINES
The National Coffee Association has commented about new dietary guidelines for Americans, which include coffee for the first time but fail to mention its potential health benefits.
MONTAGNON APPOINTED SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR AT WCR
Christophe Montagnon, a world renowned coffee geneticist, has been named Scientific Director at World Coffee Research (WCR).
GROWING ROLE FOR YOUNG CONSUMERS IN GERMAN MARKET
Coffee has maintained its leading position as the most popular beverage in Germany, but a report commissioned by Nespresso suggests that younger consumers are becoming more discerning.
COCOA FLAVANOLS IMPROVE BLOOD VESSEL FUNCTION
Consuming a beverage containing cocoa flavanols improves blood vessel function in patients with kidney failure, according to a study in Germany.
COFFEE MAY IMPROVE ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
The caffeine in a cup of coffee could help improve athletic endurance, according to a new University of Georgia study.
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