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    • Harvest report

    How the End of the Zoning Law Is Acting on Rwanda's Coffee Harvest in 2024

    Fresh samples from Rwanda are on the way. They will be available between the end of May and early June, as the country’s harvest moves to its final stage. Algrano has two shared shipments for Europe and one to the United States on schedule in 2024, leaving from the port of Mombassa in Kenya. They’ll carry coffees from Baho, Gasharu, Coopac and Jerika.
    published 2 months ago

    • Rwanda
    • Blog

    EUDR Progress Update: Compliance Timeline and the Territorial Approach

    In this blog, we share our up-to-date plan and timeline, explain the hotly debated territorial approach, and talk about coffees imported in the transition period - something all non-EU roasters should know about.
    published 3 months ago

    • Trends
    • Blog

    Differential Pricing on Algrano: Which Lots Are Affected and Why?

    Roasters on Algrano will notice daily price variations for certain coffees. That’s because the platform allows producers to choose between setting a fixed price and a dynamic price.
    published 3 months ago

    • Blog

    Algrano's full program for Expo in Chicago. Find us at Booth #2218

    Algrano's full program for Expo in Chicago.
    published 4 months ago

  • The Green Coffee Direct Sourcing 2024-25 Calendar

    Plan for a great year ahead and unlock some of the unique benefits of working directly with producers who sell through Algrano.
    published 5 months ago

    • Brazil
    • Vietnam
    • Colombia
    • Indonesia
    • Ethiopia
    • India
    • Mexico
    • Guatemala
    • Peru
    • Honduras
    • Uganda
    • Costa Rica
    • El Salvador
    • Nicaragua
    • Ecuador
    • Tanzania
    • Kenya
    • Harvest report

    The FOB Price of Costa Rican Coffee in 2024 & How Much Producers Earn

    Costa Rican coffee prices dip, colón strengthens 25%, 12.6% less harvest predicted. New fund aids struggling producers. Challenges include weather, labor shortages, and protests. Costa Rica prioritizes environmental sustainability.
    published 5 months ago

    • Costa Rica
    • Harvest report

    New Ethiopian Coffee Harvest: Price, Quality & What to Expect in 2024

    New pricing initiatives, bank challenges affecting cherry prices, washed coffee shortages are expected. Algrano to collect samples in Jan for quicker processing.
    published 8 months ago

    • Ethiopia
    • Research
    • Trends

    Algrano Market Trends Report 2023

    Trusted by hundreds of coffee professionals, the report is an essential tool for producers and roasters interested in specialty coffee and direct trade.
    published 8 months ago

  • New: Business Impact Reports Give Roasters Coffee Sourcing Data

    Individual impact reports are now available for all roasters sourcing coffee through Algrano. An industry first, the document summarises the evolution of relationships between roasters and producers and prices premiums paid in comparison to widely adopted benchmarks.
    published 9 months ago

    • Harvest report

    Brazil 2023 Coffee Harvest: The Country Is Back to Business

    After six months of poor export volumes, coffee trading is warming up in Brazil. With more volume on offer, it should be easier for roasters to source the coffees they need with more room to talk prices. It’s a buyers’ market.
    published about 1 year ago

    • Brazil
    • Research

    Market Trends Survey for Roasters & Green Buyers

    Share your insights and help us create a market intelligence report for producers and roasters. Takes less than 10 minutes. Free e-book and discounted course by CoffeeMind to all respondents.
    published about 1 year ago

    • Trends
    • Blog

    Discover Conilon, the Brazilian Canephora that Is in High Demand

    Similar to Robusta, Conilon has been produced in Espírito Santo since the 1970s. It used to be dried for only six hours, hence the poor quality. Now, producers improved their picking of ripe cherries and started drying their coffee more gently, for longer periods of time.
    published about 1 year ago

    • Brazil