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The ICO’s Landmark Coffee Development ReportDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

From the ICO Coffee Development Report 2019. Among the myriad corporate coffee promotional efforts, retail coffee giveaways and even a #coffeepledge to promote the work of coffee farmers last International Coffee Day (Oct. 1) was a groundbreaking report from the Source link

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SCA Sheds New Light on the Economics of the Coffee Supply ChainDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

As coffee prices on the commodities market have been at historic lows over the past two years, the topic of prices has been a deservedly hot one in the coffee industry. Much attention has been paid to price-setting and price discovery as it relates to the green coffee… Source link

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‘Working Towards Transparency’ This Week at The Crown in OaklandDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Event photo by Royal Coffee/The Crown. It’s not a great sign for specialty coffee roasters — or consumers, for that matter — when importing businesses are issuing warnings like this: Without a dramatic restructuring of the way coffee is priced worldwide, the supply… Source link

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Coffee is Getting Cheaper, and That’s Bad NewsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Daily Coffee News file photo. Anyone who enjoys good coffee — the kind that comes in a bag, not in a can — knows a pound of quality beans will set them back by more than $10. But ask how much of that money goes to the farmer who grew those beans, and they might…

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Olam Coffee Chief Calls for Coffee Price Stabilization FundDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

The head of global agri-business giant Olam International‘s coffee division, Vivek Verma, today spoke loudly in support of creating a global price stabilization fund for coffee. The timing of Verma’s comments — issued by London- and Singapore-based Olam — is… Source link

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A Future for Coffee (Part 2)Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

In Part 1 of this story, we outlined the ways in which coffee is typically procured, while contrasting that with the way it is marketed by coffee brands. In this Part 2, we’ll explore in much more detail how co-branding that takes into account the value and interests… Source link