VOV.VN - Vietnam’s coffee exports suffered a sharp drop, in terms of both volume and value during the first half of the year, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
The third Coffee Expo Vietnam 2018 will be held in Ho Chi Minh City next week, attracting 250 brands from 10 nations.
Vietnam aims to increase value of coffee products by processing more than 25% of its coffee beans by 2020, according to the Processing and Market Development Authority (AgroTrade) under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Italian coffee producers highly evaluated Vietnamese coffee beans as they are essential ingredients of their products, Mario Vicentini from Comunicaffe International, an Italian daily newspaper about coffee, told Vietnam News Agency reporters at Milano Coffee Festival.
Vietnam, the second largest coffee exporter in the world, is importing more coffee as demand from restaurants, hotels and shops has increased.
VOV.VN - To achieve a target of US$6 billion in export revenue, the coffee industry must improve its output, the quality of products, and added value, said Luong Van Tu, chairman of the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa).
VOV.VN -The country’s coffee industry had a record setting year for 2015/16 (Oct/Sep) as a bumper crop led to exports of 27 million 60-kg bags— the highest volume ever recorded, reports the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association.
Dietmar Vogelmann used to work as hotel and restaurant manager in a couple of nations before the German man decided to settle down in Vietnam and open a company to sell roasted and ground coffee of Vietnam.
(VOV) -A decline in the currency of Brazil, the world’s largest coffee exporter, has made it more attractive for Brazilian farmers to sell their beans than to stockpile them, resulting in a glut in the market and tumbling sales prices.
(VOV) - Coffee bean and instant coffee processors in the Central Highland province of Dak Lak have exported products to 80 countries and territories worldwide, 20 more markets than the beginning of this year.
(VOV) - Coffee, the key export of the Central Highland province of Dak Lak, is capturing an ever increasing share of the global market as it is now exported to more than 60 countries and territories.