Showing 16 roaster resources

    • 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 5 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 9 months 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 9 months ago

    • 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 11 months ago

    • Colombia
    • 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 over 1 year ago

    • Indonesia
    • Uganda
    • Ecuador
    • Tanzania
    • Bolivia
    • Trends

    FOB Data Breakdown: Are Farmers are Getting Fair Prices for Coffee?

    To understand how much farmers get paid based on FOB data, roasters need to know the structure of their supply chain. Check the breakdown and calculate the farm gate to FOB ratio.
    published over 1 year ago

    • Brazil
    • Costa Rica
    • Ghana
    • Research
    • Interview

    Why roasters are choosing to be price takers

    As defining “fair prices” for coffee remains elusive, specialty roasters are targeting power imbalances in sourcing to ensure better pay for farmers. Learn why roasters are choosing to become price takers and find resources to guide your pricing decisions.
    published almost 2 years ago

    • Research

    Six initiatives to make coffee prices break free from the c-market

    The coffee industry is a breeding ground for ideas on how to tackle supply chain inequalities. Learn which initiatives and pricing models have been developed to eschew the c-market and answer the million-dollar question: how can we set prices that support sustainable production?
    published almost 2 years ago

    • Trends

    Algrano Market Trends Review 2022

    The new Algrano Market Review highlights the stabilising effect of long-term relationships on coffee supply and prices with more than 60% of surveyed coffee roasters and producers wanting to invest more in direct trade practices in 2022.
    published about 2 years ago

    • Trends
    • Interview

    How to review prices as your green goes up

    Supply reductions, climate change, volatility on the C-market, shipping crisis, COVID, and inflation are making everything more expensive. It’s hard not to pass some of the extra costs down to consumers. Learn how two experienced roasters control their costs and approach pricing with customers.
    published about 2 years ago

    • Blog

    How to break the link between specialty and the C-price & other questions roasters are asking

    Understand the reactions triggered by the increase in the C-price, how producers in Brazil and Peru are responding to it and get sound advice from our sales manager Toom Booth.
    published over 2 years ago

    • Brazil
    • Peru
    • Research
    • Webinar

    What is a fair price to pay to a small coffee farmer in Peru?

    Exporting company Allpa Ruru breaks down the cost of production and earnings of Peruvian smallholders, compares current numbers to the country's estimated living income and presents key facts about the payment structure and the local supply chain. See how much farmers are getting paid and what they need to make a living.
    published almost 3 years ago

    • Peru