Coffee Insiders’ Update (16/Feb)

Inventories and Emerging Currencies Impact on Coffee Prices In our last update, we mentioned that dry weather and parched conditions in Colombia have lead to a lower quality of beans, which finally translates into less deriverable Arabica coffee “C” contract after threashing (trilla), because of the poor yield (you need more kilograms of pergamin coffee to get 

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Coffee Insiders’ Update (04/Feb)

Warning: Drought Causes Damage to Coffee Crop In our last update, we mentioned that the quality of the 2016 crop was being seriously affected due to the El Niño. Although the quantity seemed still high, the quality was low because normal “broca” levels should be under 2% but right now are 5%-10% and could reach 

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