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    • 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 3 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 6 months ago

    • Ethiopia
    • 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 11 months ago

    • Brazil
    • Harvest report

    Colombia Harvest: Will the Main Markets for Colombian Coffee Change?

    Colombian coffee farmers are embracing emerging markets in Asia and the Middle East. Will their demand influence coffee buyers in the rest of the world?
    published 12 months ago

    • Colombia
    • Harvest report
    • Blog

    Who Are Mandalay Coffee Group & Shwe Taung Thu?

    Understand how important these two producer groups are for the specialty coffee sector in Myanmar and get the latest harvest update.
    published about 1 year ago

    • Myanmar
    • Harvest report

    What the Ethiopian 2022 Market Paradox Means for Roasters

    International prices crashed but local cherry prices are slow to follow. Understand why this is happening and how this will affect the production of fully washed Ethiopian coffee.
    published over 1 year ago

    • Ethiopia
    • Harvest report

    Costa Rican Farmers Get Ready For "Hardest Season in Years"

    The country will produce more coffee this year. But that won’t redeem the crash in prices. With strong competition for Costa Rican coffee, roasters must contract before the season is over.
    published over 1 year ago

    • Costa Rica
    • Harvest report

    Green Coffee Harvest News August 2022

    Read Algrano's market overview with a deep dive into the upcoming origins: Bolivia, Ecuador, Uganda, Tanzania and Indonesia.
    published almost 2 years ago

    • Indonesia
    • Uganda
    • Ecuador
    • Tanzania
    • Bolivia
    • Harvest report

    Harvest News May 2022

    Learn about what's happening in Brazil, Rwanda, Peru, Colombia and Indonesia and get ready to source great coffees!
    published about 2 years ago

    • Brazil
    • Colombia
    • Indonesia
    • Peru
    • Rwanda
    • Harvest report

    Ethiopia and Central America Overview 2021-2022

    Ethiopian millers are paying the highest ever prices for cherries and Central American co-operatives are fighting tooth and nail to secure supply against aggressive multinational traders. Download the free report to know more from your partners at origin!
    published over 2 years ago

    • Ethiopia
    • Mexico
    • Guatemala
    • Honduras
    • Costa Rica
    • El Salvador
    • Harvest report

    The impact of frost and drought on Brazilian coffee in 2021

    Brazil has faced severe drought since September 2020. This led to higher percentages of malformed beans and screen sizes below 16. Selection and dry-milling will keep defects from reaching roasters but have reduced farms’ productivity.
    published almost 3 years ago

    • Brazil
    • Harvest report

    Harvest news - June 2021

    The market is in a moment of transition from a wave of panic and uncertainty to more optimism and stability. The current unpredictability was caused mainly by the reduced Brazilian crop (which has just started), the protests in Colombia and the global container shortage. These factors led to a surge in speculation, further increased due to the depreciation of the American dollar and the subsequent increase in the purchasing of coffee futures by funds and investors. Get up to speed, learn more on what's happening in the producing countries with our new Harvest News summary - a collection of quick origin facts bringing you the hottest information from the fields.
    published almost 3 years ago