Coffee Market Report December 2015 - Prices maintain down trend, production estimates show recovery
14 January 2016
The coffee market fell again in December 2015, reaching its second lowest monthly average of the year. This decrease was entirely attributable to the drop in Robusta prices over the course of the month. Our first estimate of coffee production in crop year 2015/16 comes to 143.4 million bags, a slight 1.4% recovery compared to 2014/15, which has been revised lower to 141.4 million. Lower production in Brazil as estimated by Conab has been compensated by increases provisionally estimated in Vietnam, Colombia and Indonesia, among others.
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(US cents/lb) 18/10/2018
1 October is #InternationalCoffeeDay.
This year we have chosen a very special theme for this year’s celebrations: ‘Women in Coffee’. Women play as important a role in the whole of the coffee chain as men, from planting the seeds to processing to trading to brewing… and drinking it. To find out more visit the dedicated International Coffee Day website.
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