ICO holds first-ever Coffee Public-Private Task Force Meeting
30 June 2020
This week the International Coffee Organization (ICO) convened the first-ever Coffee Public-Private Taskforce Meeting. High-level decision-makers from across the global coffee industry met to discuss action-orientated ways of addressing the key issues in the coffee sector such as persistently low coffee prices and the impact of covid-19.
“We are here today because we all believe that only by working together – coffee exporting and importing countries, public and private sector, civil society and knowledge-based organizations - can we make the coffee sector resilient, sustainable and prosperous for all the parties involved parties. This is something no other commodity or industry has ever done: to start working together, public and private, on the same level of engagement and responsibility,” said Jose Sette, Executive Director of the ICO at the opening of the Task Force meeting.
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Latest ICO Studies & Reports
ICO Coffee Break Series
The ICO has released research on the impact of covid-19 on the global coffee industry.
- Impact of covid-19 on the global coffee sector: The Demand Side (April 2020)
- Volatile coffee prices: covid-19 and market fundamentals (May 2020)
- Impact of covid-19 on the global coffee sector: Survey of ICO exporting Members (July 2020)
Futures markets: the role of non-commercial traders (Published March 2019)
Profitability of coffee farming in selected Latin American countries - interim report (Published March 2019)
Survey on the impact of low coffee prices on exporting countries (Published March 2019)
Emerging coffee markets: South and East Asia (Published September 2018)
Guide to Access Green and Climate Funding: The Global Environment Facility (Published October 2018)
Role of coffee futures markets in discovering prices for Latin American producers (Published September 2018)
National Quality Standards (Published September 2018)
Gender equality in the coffee sector (Published September 2018)
Maximum residue limits (Published September 2018)
Country Coffee Profile: Ghana (Published September 2018)
Mixtures and substitutes (Published September 2018)
Gender equality in the coffee sector (Published April 2018)
Development of coffee trade flows (Published April 2018)
ICO Coffee Library
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