The ICO reported that in December 2021 coffee prices broke through the 200 US cents/lb mark in a decade long high.
About the Tea & Coffee World Cup
Tea & Coffee World Cup brings together the entirety of the industry – from bean and leaf to cup.
Tea & Coffee World Cup is the trade show which incorporates an exhibition, conference educational workshops and live roastings plus much more. The show is run by internationally recognised Tea and Coffee Trade Journal which has been informing readers for 120 years. We have developed strong customer relationships over the years in order to deliver the latest exclusive industry insight, developments and knowledge to our Journal readers, with an editorial team also comprised of widely recognised industry experts.
The Tea & Coffee World Cup event features working machinery on the show floor, both raw and finished product for sampling and stocks of industrial supplies for detailed inspection. The conference and workshops are designed for participants to gain personal and hands-on experience, optimising use of supplies and sampling products.
The International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) has announced the addition of South Korea as the 29th chapter in its global chapter network.
Headquartered in Sri Lanka, Browns Investments has a successful track record in operating plantation businesses in the country.
Sodexo’s corporate services business has announced a three-year exclusive partnership with one of the UK’s longest standing coffee roasters, Origin Coffee.
A new survey, a collaboration between T&CTJ and Firsd Tea, aims to assess views of sustainability in the global tea industry.
Fairtrade welcomes the proposal to create a market for deforestation-free products, but warns that climate measures that exclude fairness and social justice will fail to achieve real climate action.