How far down the supply funnel does your coffee dollar go? Take a look at the following info-graphics that shows   how coffee is made from your favorite house specialty blend to the farmer in a developing country struggling to make both ends meet. It’s a journey across social classes, lifestyles and cultures that will make you see coffee in a different light. It’s big businesses that run coffee in the coffee drinking world. But it’s the small farmer in a developing country who starts it all.

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gcr-news-vietnamcrop-lConcerns are growing on the progress of the Vietnam harvest, Volcafe has reported in its latest market review of the week ending 14 November.  Volcafe reported that the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA) is predicting a 20 – 25 per cent drop in the 2014-15 crop, although it noted, the reasons attributed to this looked dubious.
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Rainforest AllianceThe Rainforest Alliance works with coffee farmers to improve their livelihoods and the health and well-being of their communities. Coffee farms or groups of smallholder farmers that earn the Rainforest Alliance Certified™ seal are audited annually against a rigorous standard with detailed environmental, social and economic criteria. These criteria are designed to protect biodiversity, deliver financial benefits to farmers, and foster a culture of respect for workers and local communities. Rainforest Alliance certification also promotes decent living and working conditions for workers, gender equity and access to education for children in farm communities.
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green_coffee-600x421The average price of coffee worldwide reached its highest in more than two-and-a-half years in October, with weather conditions in Brazil continuing to affect commodity prices, according to the latest statistics compiled by the London-based International Coffee Organization.  The ICO’s composite indicator, a benchmark price of green coffee from all the world’s main growing regions, soared from $1.693 USD per pound at the beginning of the month to $1.850, before settling down at the end of the month to $1.620. The ICO attributes the price jump early in the month — 15 cents in just six days — to dry weather in the world’s largest producer, Brazil, while rains that followed pushed prices back down.  Read more: http://dailycoffeenews.com

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