Story by Daniel Howden Something remarkable is happening in the storied coffee forests of Keffa. Green undefined Read more
A bull at heart, but a bear on the chart,” is how Macquarie’s Commodities Research Division captured recent sentiment towards the Arabica coffee market. The report is referring Read more
As coffee connoisseurs consider the consequences of another price hike for their daily caffeine fix, they should spare a thought for farmers facing rises for all production costs at a time when unprecedented weather events are affecting yields worldwide.
Story by Charles Beelaerts In the year 2000 one financial commentator suggested that coffee was of such great significance in the world economy that units of currency Read more
Vietnam has established itself as a force in the global coffee trade through quantity more than quality, growing into the world’s leading producer of the potent, Read more
Story by Daniel Howden The Tuesday ritual began on 18 January just as it has every other week at the Nairobi coffee exchange. The same 30 Read more
The year was 2002, and much like the last few months, the price of coffee was the subject of intense discussion. Unfortunately for farmers at the Read more