1. World Coffee Producers Forum releases final declaration  Global Coffee Report
  2. How the 2019 coffee crisis might affect you  BBC News
  3. 'Close call' for the world's largest coffee-producing country – and coffee lovers everywhere  AccuWeather.com
  4. View full coverage on Google News
The second WCPF has concluded in Campinas, with a slate of resolutions resulting from the forum.

World Coffee Producers Forum releases final declaration | Global Coffee Report

CAMPINAS — Small farmers in countries where production is still mostly artisanal and coffee is a subsistence crop are looking for ways out of the current price crisis, saying failure to guarantee higher income will eventually extinguish unique coffee flavors.CAMPINAS — Small farmers in countries where production is still mostly artisanal and coffee is a subsistence crop are looking for ways out of the current price crisis, saying failure to guarantee higher income will eventually extinguish unique coffee flavors.

Small farmers say low coffee prices could eliminate unique flavors | National Post

CAMPINAS — Small farmers in countries where production is still mostly artisanal and coffee is a subsistence crop are looking for ways out of the current price crisis, saying failure to guarantee higher income will eventually extinguish unique coffee flavors.CAMPINAS — Small farmers in countries where production is still mostly artisanal and coffee is a subsistence crop are looking for ways out of the current price crisis, saying failure to guarantee higher income will eventually extinguish unique coffee flavors.

Small farmers say low coffee prices could eliminate unique flavors | National Post

Farmers are struggling as coffee prices drop to historic lows, so why is the cost of a latte rising?Farmers are struggling as coffee prices drop to historic lows, so why is the cost of a latte rising?

How the 2019 coffee crisis might affect you - BBC News

CAMPINAS — Participants of the 2nd World Coffee Producers Forum (WCPF) said in a final declaration on Thursday that they would form a legal entity to manage actions in their quest for better pay for producers, including the launch of a platform to increase market transparency.CAMPINAS — Participants of the 2nd World Coffee Producers Forum (WCPF) said in a final declaration on Thursday that they would form a legal entity to manage actions in their quest for better pay for producers, including the launch of a platform to increase market transparency.

Coffee farmers to form legal entity, launch platform for higher transparency | Financial Post

Like OPEC, Colombia proposes grouping of coffee producing nations to influence supply and prices - Anadolu AgencyLike OPEC, Colombia proposes grouping of coffee producing nations to influence supply and prices - Anadolu Agency

'Coffee producers of the world, unite'

Brazilian coffee farmers and cooperatives sold large coffee volumes in the futures markets taking advantage of a spike in prices in anticipation of frosts in producing regions last weekend, according to producers and market operators.Brazilian coffee farmers and cooperatives sold large coffee volumes in the futur...

Brazilian farmers sold large coffee volumes before frosts - Reuters

The $2 floor would almost double the current commodity coffee price.The $2 floor would almost double the current commodity coffee price.

Colombia’s Federation of Coffee Growers Calls For $2 Minimum Price

One of the largest Brazilian arabica bean cooperatives is brewing up a cryptocurrency of its own. Minasul is planning to issue a coffee supplies-backed cryptocurrency, Bloomberg writes. Farmers will be able to use the token in Minasul’s online store to purchase farming products like fertilizer and machinery as well as other products like cars and […]

Brazilian coffee cooperative to launch a coffee-backed cryptocurrency - The Block

Food industry news, voices and jobs. Optimized for your mobile phone.Individuals who grow beans used to make the popular drink are hoping to replicate similar efforts by cocoa producers who were successful in getting higher payments for their crop.

Growers consider a minimum price for coffee farmers with prices at multi-year low | Food Dive

Crypto Coffee Coin Is Concerning Brazil’s Countryside Farmers Coffee farmers in Brazil’s countryside might be soon be using cryptocurrency for their day-to-day needs. A major arabica-bean cooperative, Minasul, is preparing to this month launch a blockchain-based digital coin that will be backed by coffee supplies. Farmer participants will be able to utilize the “coffeecoin” to […]

Crypto Coffee Coin Is Concerning Brazil's Countryside Farmers - Stock Market Daily

Crypto Coffee Coin Is Concerning Brazil’s Countryside Farmers Coffee farmers in Brazil’s countryside might be soon be using cryptocurrency for their day-to-day needs. A major arabica-bean cooperative, Minasul, is preparing to this month launch a blockchain-based digital coin that will be backed by coffee supplies. Farmer participants will be able to utilize the “coffeecoin” to […]

Crypto Coffee Coin Is Concerning Brazil's Countryside Farmers – Stock Market Daily