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Restrictive measures impact spirits consumption in Norway: Report
By DBR Staff Writer
Spirits consumption in Norway witnessed marginal decline during 2006-11 due to various restrictive measures taken by the country to prevent young people from drinking, according to a new analysis by Canadean – Wines & Spirits.
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Tea consumption doubles in coffee-dominated US market: Report
By DBR Staff Writer
The US consumers appear to be shifting their preference to tea flavors. The tea consumption has doubled over the previous five-year period between 2006 and 2011, and the trend is likely to continue until 2016, according to a new report on the hot drinks market in US by Canadean - Softdrinks.
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Health concerns drive higher wine consumption in China: Report
By DBR Staff Writer
Concerns over health are driving Chinese to consume more wine, according to a market survey by leading business analysts Canadean - Wines & Spirits.
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Non-users share significant pie in UK hot drinks market: Report
By DBR Staff Writer
The UK’s hot drinks industry has a significant share of non-users across all age-groups during 2011, according to a consumer survey by Canadean – Soft Drinks.
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India coffee exports rise in fiscal 2011-12
By DBR Staff Writer
Coffee exports from India have increased 17% to 3,48,029 tones for the fiscal 2011-12, according to Coffee Exporters Association of India.
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Heart disease not related to sweetened beverages: ABA
By DBR Staff Writer
Consumption of sweetened beverages does not increase the risk of heart disease, according to The American Beverage Association (ABA).
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Global coffee exports up in 2011
By DBR Staff Writer
Global coffee exports for the 12 months period that ended January 2012 rose to 103.49 million bag, compared to 98.16 million bags during the 12 months period that ended January 2011, according to International Coffee Organization (ICO).
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Global black tea production drops
By DBR Staff Writer
The global black tea production has dropped 1.31% in 2011, compared to the previous year, according to the data available with Global Tea Brokers, the international tea consultants & authorized auctioneers of Tea Board of India.
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Philippines coffee production down by 7.4%
By DBR Staff Writer
Philippines Department of Agriculture (DA) has reported that coffee production in the country fell by 7.4% in the first nine months of the year, compared to previous year, due to land conversion and continuous rains in the second quarter.
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Burundi coffee revenues drop by 73% in October
By DBR Staff Writer
Regulatory Authority of the Coffee Sector in Burundi (ARFIC) has revealed that the country's coffee revenues in October have dropped by 73%, compared to the previous month.
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Uganda coffee exports in November to fall by 13.8%
By DBR Staff Writer
Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) expects the country's coffee exports in November 2011 to fall by 13.8%, compared to previous year, due to waning harvest.
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Uganda's coffee exports up by 14.5%
By DBR Staff Writer
Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) has reported a rise in the coffee exports of the country in October 2011 by 14.5% to 215,315 60-kg bags, compared to 188,012-kg bags in the same month previous year.
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India witnesses drop in tea imports
By DBR Staff Writer
Indian Tea Board has revealed that the country's tea imports during April-August period in the current fiscal have dropped 23% to 6.40 million kg, compared to 8.32 million kg in the same period a year ago.
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Global coffee production shortfall to continue
By DBR Staff Writer
The Coffee Board of India has revealed at the 118th Upasi annual meet on commodity outlook for coffee that the shortfall in global coffee production will continue this year.
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Global coffee production rises in 2010-11 coffee year: ICO
By DBR Staff Writer
International Coffee Organization (ICO) has revealed in its report that world coffee production in 2010-11 coffee year has increased by nearly 8% to 133.6 million bags of 60 kg each, compared to 124.2 million bags in 2009-10 coffee year (October-September).
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