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Coffee Planet to open new branch next month

May 23, 2014- BR Report Coffee Planet, the leading worldwide coffee company, is planning to open its branches all across the country while it is presently operating in Lahore and Islamabad. Sharing the expansion plan, the Coffee Planet Lahore CEO Kashif Anwar told the media that its new branch will be opened in Bahria Phase 7 on June 07, while another branch will be opened in July. The decision has been taken in view of growing demand of special product range of high quality organic…

Rains slow to enter Brazil’s parched coffee belt: Somar

February 16, 2014 The first wave of widespread rains due to roll into Brazil's coffee belt after nearly six weeks of hot, dry weather have so far been slow to form into significant levels of rainfall, local forecasters Somar said on Friday. The high pressure system that is weakening over south-east Brazil has already allowed rains to move into the southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul, about 800 km (500 miles) from the southern edge of the coffee belt in Parana state. Somar registered…

Strong dollar, high supplies hit raw material prices; coffee weakens further

November 10, 2013 A strengthening dollar amid a backdrop of ample supplies sent the prices of oil, most metals and coffee sliding this week, analysts said. The dollar, which had been rising strongly since Thursday after the European Central Bank surprisingly cut its main eurozone interest rate, extended its gains heading into the weekend on rising expectations that the Federal Reserve will shortly begin tapering its stimulus. The prospect of the US central bank bringing forward the…

ICE arabica at 4-1/2-year low, robusta skirts three-year low: Coffee

October 24, 2013 ICE arabica coffee futures were down to a 4-1/2-year low on Wednesday, as abundant global supplies attracted follow-through selling and deterred buyers, while Liffe robusta turned higher after touching a three-year low for the third straight day. ICE Futures US cocoa fell from Tuesday's two-year high as investors grabbed profits and the Liffe market also dipped. ICE raw sugar continued to consolidate lower, following last week's volatile rally and after Brazilian…

10 Surprising Coffee Facts

We’ve rounded up some coffee facts that just might surprise you! Coffee is a controversial beverage. Is it healthy? Is it unhealthy? How much is too much coffee? Whether you’re a coffee fan or not, I hope you’ll find these coffee facts interesting! Personally, I love a cup of coffee. Now that I have a baby, I’m a two to three cup-a-day gal. Not only do I like drinking coffee, I’m kind of a nerd for coffee-related research. I enjoy checking out the latest studies on coffee and sorting…

Vietnam’s 2013-14 coffee output to fall

October 19, 2013 Coffee output from the 2013/2014 harvest in Daklak, Vietnam's largest growing province, could fall around 3 percent from the previous crop year to 400,000 tonnes, or 6.67 million bags, a provincial report said on Wednesday. Daklak accounts for about a third of output from the world's largest robusta producer and that forecast decline in output is far below the 15 percent loss estimated for the country's entire 2013/2014 crop by the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association, an…

Beauty Benefits of Coffee & Tea

Beauty Benefits of Coffee & Tea Coffee or tea — take your pick. New research shows that both deliver unexpected health pluses. It cannot only delight your day as you start your everyday activity but can also give you a lot of skin benefits. One of the best benefits that every person can get by drinking their daily dose of coffee is having an antioxidant, coffee are full of antioxidants. The beverages may also be mood boosters, with coffee linked to a decreased risk of depression and…

Widespread rain to hit Brazil coffee and sugar

October 15, 2013 Widespread rain will intensify through the week over Brazil's main coffee and sugar cane areas, which will help improve output from both crops next year but will slow the final leg of the 2013 cane crush, meteorologists Somar said on Monday. On Thursday alone, as much as 35 millimetres (1 inch) are expected to fall in most coffee and cane areas in the main producing states of Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais, Somar forecaster Celso Oliveira said. "Southern Minas will get…

Vietnam’s coffee prices fall to 33-month low

October 01, 2013 Coffee prices in Vietnam fell to 35,300 dong ($1.67) per kg on Monday, the lowest since late December 2010, before the harvest of an expected large crop accelerates next month, traders said. Prices in Vietnam, the world's largest producer of robusta beans, hit the low after Liffe November robusta contract lost 3.1 percent to finish $1,611 a tonne on Friday following a drop to $1,596 - a contract low and the second month's weakest level in three years. Vietnamese…

Kenya’s top grade coffee price rises

September 26, 2013 The top price of Kenya's benchmark AA coffee grade rose to $405 per 50-kg bag at auction on Tuesday from $372 per bag last week, the Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE) said. Kenya is a relatively small coffee grower compared with other producers, but its speciality coffee is known for its quality and is much in demand from roasters who blend it with coffees from other nations. NCE said Grade AA sold at $405-$154 per bag, compared with $372-$200 last week. Grade AB fetched…

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