London, United Kingdom, October 22, 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: No forecast of rainfall in Espirito Santo state in Brazil affects Conilon coffee production; climate change and rust may reduce the 2015/16 coffee harvest by 50% in Veracruz state of Mexico; fall in international prices of coffee affects Indian exports and worries traders; rain showers expected in four coffee producing regions in Brazil; Nicaragua achieved a record high of $400 million in coffee exports until last September; campaign 'Coffee with Profit' of Cooxupé has benefited 103,000 producers in Brazil; world coffee consumption doubled in the last 20 years; price of coffee pulped in city of Ourinhos of Brazil fell by 9.1% and coffee Arabica Drugar in Uganda rose by 8.3% during the week.”
Registered users can access the complete report at the coffeepulse.watch website in the weekly report section.
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