Coffeepulse published its latest weekly report for 24th July 2015. The report highlights key events in major coffee producing regions.
London, United Kingdom, July 30, 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 for 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: Coffee plants affected in Gia Lai province of Vietnam, Mexican coffee exports decreased because of rust; export revenues of Honduran coffee up by 25.3% in nine months; 7,141 quintals of organic coffee exported from Amazonas region of Peru in April-June 2015; unfavorable climatic conditions delayed coffee harvesting in Brazil; Nescafé Plan coverage is extended for 2015 in Colombia; Arabica coffee price expected to fall by 16% in 2015.”
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