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Inside Coffee & Cocoa International, March 2014...

  • Replanting key to enhancing productivity
  • Organic trader offers bespoke cocoa processing
  • Liffe to enforce delivery time limits for cocoa and Robusta
  • Brazilian drought sees abrupt end to bear market

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Click on the links below to view the latest news storiesLast updated Monday, April 14, 2014
YIELDS COULD INCREASE USING ENHANCED POLLINATION
Yields on coffee farms could be increased and crops protected from pests and diseases by combining pollination and crop protection say scientists.
DECAF COMPANIES SEEKING NEW MARKETS
With demand for decaffeinated coffee static in most developed markets, companies that specialize in producing decaf are looking at developing markets.
COFFEE PRICES SURGE AGAIN ON DROUGHT FEARS
Coffee futures surged again in the week ending 11 April as fears about the effect of the drought in Minas Gerais in Brazil resurfaced.
HACKETT PREDICTS VERY HIGH PRICES FOR COFFEE
Shawn Hackett, President of Hackett Financial Advisors in Florida, says he believes the C price could be about to start a meteoric ascent.
ARABICA AREA IN CENTRAL AMERICA DECLINING
The area suitable for growing Arabica coffee in Central America is shrinking as temperatures rise and rainfall patterns change, leaving smallholder coffee producers vulnerable.
CUP OF EXCELLENCE RETURNS USD 40 MILLION IN PROCEEDS
Cup of Excellence auction proceeds passed the US$40 million mark at the 90th CoE auction, the Brazil Late Harvest 2014.
MACQUARIE ANTICIPATES CONTINUED HIGH PRICES FOR COCOA
Cocoa prices have been steadily rising since the beginning of the season, but how long can this continue, asked Macquarie Research in a recent report?
GEA MESSO PT REDUCES COST OF INSTANT COFFEE
New generation of IceCon freeze concentrators reduces capital costs by around 50 per cent and operational costs up to 40 per cent, the company claims.
PRICES COULD RISE AGAIN AS HARVEST GETS UNDER WAY
Early Brazilian coffee harvest reports show that beans are under weight and malformed due to the drought in the country.
WCF AND TOMS FOUNDATION TO HOST COCOA MEETING
The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) and Denmark's Toms Foundation are joining forces to convene a meeting in Copenhagen later this year.
FAIRTRADE COCOA FARMERS WELCOME FERRERO COMMITMENT
Fairtrade International has announced that it is to collaborate with chocolate manufacturer Ferrero.
KEURIG GREEN MOUNTAIN AND STARBUCKS AMEND AGREEMENT
The updated agreement continues to expand Starbucks' range of K-Cup pack offerings and promotes expanded consumer choice as Keurig continues to build its Keurig brewing system.
COFFEE COULD REBOUND TO USD3/LB SAYS HACKETT
Shawn Hackett, President of Hackett Financial Advisors in Florida, says he believes that although coffee prices are "due for a rest" the upside in the market "remains enormous".
NCA APPOINTS NEW PRESIDENT AND CEO
The National Coffee Association in the US has announced that William M (Bill) Murray will join the association as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective 1 June 2014.
GMCR CHANGES ITS NAME TO KEURIG GREEN MOUNTAIN
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has changed its name to Keurig Green Mountain. Shareholders approved the new name at the company's annual shareholder meeting.
C PRICE EXCEEDS USD2.00 COULD RISE TO USD2.25
New York Arabica passed the USD2.00/lb mark for the first time since March 2012 in the first week of March 2014 before slipping back.
DELTA TECHNOLOGY ENHANCES TCS SERIES
Delta Technology has further improved its TCS series RGB tricolour sorter with the addition of higher luminosity LED lighting and other new features.
CGIAR CONSORTIUM WELCOMES NEW BOARD MEMBERS
The board of the CGIAR Consortium, which provides policy direction and leadership to the consortium, has made changes in its Board of Trustees.
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COFFEE FARMERS FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE
The Rainforest Alliance (RA) has announced that more than 200 Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee farms in Central America have achieved climate-smart verification.
AFRICAN GENOTYPES COULD BE RICH RESOURCE
The species Coffea canephora, which produces Robusta coffee, has significant genetic diversity, which could be better exploited in breeding programmes were it characterized more fully.
GEISHA COFFEE ORIGINATED IN ETHIOPIAN FOREST
Genetic research by Dr Sarada Krishnan at Denver Botanic Gardens shows that the likely origin of Panama Geisha coffee is in a remote Ethiopian forest that has escaped the rampant deforestation.
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