Loading the content...
Loading depends on your connection speed!
Click the Buy to set the quantities for your basket.
Featuring the latest news on the coffee industry and business insight from senior members of the Bennetts team.
Bennetts > Blog
What if millions of coffee bushes were damaged and global coffee prices spiked dramatically?
A larger than predicted Arabica crop for Brazil, harvest update for Central America and the ICO's export data for the first quarter of the current October 2015 to September 2016 coffee year.
The declining AUD prompts local prices to rise and a positive trend line emerges in NY market, the latest harvest update from Central America and maintaining the delicate balance of supply and demand in Brazil.
If Brazil is an origin that regularly appears on your orders, soon you will notice some changes to the way these coffees are sold. Rest assured we are not starting to despatch short weight bags; however there have been some important changes at origin that will affect our shipments and your orders.
Global coffee prices have been in the spotlight in recent weeks after having experienced a very sharp and rapid rise.
The recent leaf rust or Roya in Spanish, outbreak throughout Central and South America has remained a prevalent topic in the industry this week, with output estimates from affected origins for 2013/14 crop beginning to appear.
An update on the Central and South American leaf rust epidemic and the latest production expectations from PNG, Brazil and India.
An update on 2012-13 outputs; the agricultural strike in Colombia comes to an end and dry weather in Costa Rica fuels roya spread.
The latest 2012/13 total production estimates from the ICO, a new development program to combat climate change, and weather conditions in South America.
An update on 2013/14 crop year sentiments in the wake of a continual decline in the market price of coffee, Vietnam's lucky escape from super typhoon Haiyan, and the recent Let's Talk Roya event in El Salvador.
The current situation in Nyeri, Kenya has lead the industry news this week, drawing particular attention from the specialty coffee sector.
Unexpected weather conditions prompt a surge in the price of coffee on the New York ICE Futures Market, the FIFA World Cup set to take over Brazil, and the latest update from leaf rust affected Central America.