CoffeePulse.watch released its latest edition of weekly report. The report highlights key events in major coffee producing regions.
London, United Kingdom, August 13, 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: Coffee union leaders refused to increase planting areas of Robusta coffee in Nicaragua; Colombian coffee production rose by 18% in July 2015; Brazilian coffee exports fell by 9.76% in July 2015; aging coffee trees to be replaced in Dak Lak province of Vietnam; Indonesian coffee exports to Taiwan up by 33%; price of coffee pulped in the city of Franca of Brazil rose by 5.93% on Aug 07, 2015.”
Registered users can access the complete report at the coffeepulse.watch website in the weekly report section.
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