London, United Kingdom, September 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- CoffeePulse.watch, the world’s leading source of real time information and analytics on coffee production and its entire supply chain, has released its latest weekly report this week.
The weekly report highlights key events in major coffee producing regions. Nick Satra, senior analyst at CoffeePulse.watch said that “the key events included in the weekly report are: Vietnam coffee exports are expected to decline by 19% in August 2015; drought damages 40% of coffee plantations in Líbano municipality of Colombia; Brazilian coffee crop is expected to suffer significant losses; coffee production in São Paulo state of Brazil is expected to surge by 19.1% in 2015; demand for instant coffee boosts exports in India; Da Lat’s cultivation area for Arabica coffee shrinks in Vietnam; Anacafé facilitate international market access to small coffee producers of Guatemala; price of coffee pulped and coffee type 6 hard in city of Ourinhos of Brazil fell by 16.4% and 12.8% respectively during the week.”
Registered users can access the complete report at the coffeepulse.watch website in the weekly report section.
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