Coffee prices rose slightly in January 2019
6 February 2019
In January 2019, the ICO composite indicator rose by 0.9% to 101.56 US cents/lb as prices for all group indicators increased. After starting at a low of 99.16 US cents/lb, the daily composite indicator increased over the remainder of the month to end at a high of 103.58 US cents/lb on 31 January. The average price for Colombian Milds and Other Milds rose by 1.1% to 129.28 US cents/lb and 128.46 US cents/lb, respectively. Prices for Robusta increased by 0.9% to 78.24 US cents/lb while prices for Brazilian Naturals increased by 0.8% to 102.94 US cents/lb. Find out more in the ICO's latest Coffee Market Report>>
|ICO Indicator prices
(US cents/lb) 19/07/2019
1 October is #InternationalCoffeeDay.
ICD2018 chose 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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