BRAZIL HIGHEST-EVER COFFEE EXPORTS EXPECTED

According to commodity trader, due to Brazil’s unusually productive harvest means highest-ever coffee exports as growers capitalise on the local currency’s slide against…

BUILDING A PROGRAMME TO SAFEGUARD AFRICA’S COFFEE SECTOR FROM THE IMPACT OF COVID-19

Earlier this month, International Coffee Organization (ICO), The Inter African Coffee Organisation (IACO) and the Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI) joined…

LUCKIN COFFEE AND LINKED FIRMS FINED $9 MILLION FOR FRAUD

On Tuesday 22nd Sept. China’s markets regulator fined Luckin Coffee and linked firms, a combined 61 million yuan ($8.98 million) for acts linked…

FAIRTRADE IN AMAZON’S ‘CLIMATE PLEDGE FRIENDLY’ PROGRAMME

Fairtrade US partners with Amazon and participates in their ‘Climate Pledge Friendly’ program designed to help consumers shop for more sustainable and Fairtrade-certified…

EU COMMISSION INITIATIVE TO IMPROVE COCOA SUSTAINABILITY

On 22 September, the European Commission began an initiative to improve sustainability in the cocoa sector.

COTE D’IVOIRE TO INCREASE COCOA PROCESSING AND STORAGE CAPACITY

Ivory Coast Coffee and Cocoa Council (CCC) announced that the country will be building two new factories in the next two years to…

VIETNAM OUTPACED BRAZIL AS TOP COFFEE SUPPLIER TO JAPAN

Vietnam has outpaced Brazil as top coffee supplier to Japan, fuelled by Covid-19. In Tokyo, Japan, more people working at home during the…

NEW VICTORIA ARDUINO E1 PRIMA – FIRST THOUGHTS

Victoria Arduino E1 Prima was officially unveiled by the company last week. It’s a machine I am particularly interested in as I’m in…

COCOA NEWSCAST – 23 SEP, 2020

The Cocoa Newscast is out in full stereo beauty. Give your ears a treat and listen below, or go to the Podcasts/Cocoa News…

OLAM CLAIMS 100% TRACEABILITY IN COCOA SUPPLY CHAIN

Olam, leading supplier of cocoa beans and ingredients claims they have reached 100% traceability of the cocoa they purchase directly in their global…
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