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C&CI January 2012
Farmers less likely to secure high prices in 2012; Climate problems rein in pace of African recovery; El Salvador againRead more.
C&CI November 2011
Climate Change could threaten African cocoa farmers; Fair Trade USA decides to split from FLO; Reform on agenda as ICORead more.
C&CI September 2011
Organic Production suits Peruvian producers; Illy describes “perfect blend” for speculation; Commodity markets: no sign of trading report from LIFFE;Read more.
C&CI July 2011
South American producers struggle to recover; Fairtrade study in Nicaragua questions economic benefits; Neumann Kaffee Group swings behind GrainPro concept;Read more.
C&CI May 2011
Overseas assistance empowers Vietnamese producers; Fine Robusta project to create viable future for producers; Price pressure won’t make roaster compromiseRead more.
C&CI March 2011
São Tomé project has sustainability at its core; High prices not likely to prompt investment in coffee in Brazil; IndustryRead more.
C&CI January 2011
East Africa anticipates modest increase in production; ICE approves Brazil as origin for ‘C’ contract; Post-election unrest could give cocoaRead more.
C&CI November 2010
Weather and pests make Colombia’s prospects a mixed bag; Child labour report finds industry has much still to do; ReportRead more.
C&CI September 2010
Falling Stocks drive coffee prices upward; Brazil makes ICO wait to ratify new agreement; Norway’s Nidar Commits itself to sustainableRead more.
C&CI July 2010
Training Initiatives help farmers increase yields and enhance quality; Coffee research initiative will be led by specialty industry; Reports saysRead more.
C&CI May 2010
Grindings recovering quickly – but can cocoa producers keep up?; Seabridge Logistics acknowledged in EU’s GreenBuilding Awards; Drie Mollen changes name andRead more.