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India witnesses rise in coffee exports
By DBR Staff Writer
The Coffee Board of India has revealed that the country's coffee exports in the 2010-11 coffee year have increased by about 34% to 3.58 lakh tons, compared to 2.68 lakh tons in 2009-10 coffee year.
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Colombian coffee exports witness 38% decline
Colombia’s National Federation of Coffee Growers in Bogota has revealed in its recent statement that the country’s exports in August have dropped 38% to 374,000 bags, compared to 599,000 bags in August 2010.
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Global coffee exports witness 14.1% surge
By DBR Staff Writer
Global coffee exports have witnessed 14.1% surge on the back of increased consumption in the producing and importing countries, in the first 10 months of the current crop year, which runs from October 2010 through July2011.
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US beer consumption on decline for fourth year in row
By DBR Staff Writer
The Beverage Information Group has reported in its ‘2011 Beer Handbook’ that the US beer industry is showing continuous decline, losing 1.9% to total 2.8 billion cases, for the fourth consecutive year.
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Scotch whiskey exports shoot up
By DBR Staff Writer
The Scotch Whiskey Association (SWA), the trade Association for the Scotch Whiskey industry, has revealed the Scotch whiskey export statistics, which show that the exports of Scotch whiskey are booming.
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Indonesian coffee exporters bet big on China
By DBR Staff Writer
The Indonesian Coffee Exporters Association (AEKI) said its South Sulawesi wing is eyeing China as a potential market for future exports. Currently, South Sulawesi’s coffee is mostly exported to Japan, Europe and the US.
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World Coffee exports drop by over 10% in July: ICO
By DBR Staff Writer
International Coffee Organization (ICO) has revealed that global coffee exports in July 2011 have dropped by nearly 10% to 7.35 million bags of 60 kg each., compared to 8.2 million bags in the same period a year ago.
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Energy shots market to witness growth, says report
Energy shots market is said to have a considerable growth potential and is believed to target larger audience than energy drinks, according to a report by market researchers.
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Britain to cut taxes on low-alcohol beers
By DBR Staff Writer
Major breweries in Britain have plans to develop low-alcohol beers, following a new government measure to cut down duty on low-alcohol beers, which is set to be implemented this October.
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Uganda coffee exports shoot up as volumes rise: UCDA
By DBR Staff Writer
Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) reported that the country’s coffee exports rose 41% in the month of July, exceeding a forecast, with the improvement in volumes of beans.
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Rise in Brazilian coffee prices may boost coffee supply: Report
By DBR Staff Writer
Rabobank's Food & Agribusiness Research and Advisory (FAR) has reported in its latest study that the recent rise in Brazilian coffee prices is expected to increase the supply of coffee in the country by 27% in the 2014-15 crop year.
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UK beer industry witnesses biggest drop in Q2 sales: BBPA
By DBR Staff Writer
British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) stated in its report that the beer sales in the country were down 4.5% in Q2 2011, which is considered as the highest drop since the year 1997.
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Strathclyde scientists develop faster method to identify genuine Scotch whisky
By DBR Staff Writer
Researchers at University of Strathclyde's Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry have devised new and quicker way to make out authentic Scotch whisky brands from fake ones.
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Alcoholic beverages in Australia to sport health warning labels
By DBR Staff Writer
Australia's liquor industry funded organization, DrinkWise Australia, in partnership with alcohol producers, will unveil a national voluntary campaign to put health warning label on majority of alcoholic beverage products in an endeavor to prevent excessive drinking in the country.
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Scottish Economy gets big boost from Scotch whisky tourism: SWA report
Scotch Whisky Association (SWA), an organization that promotes, protects and represents the interests of the whisky industry in Scotland, said in a report that Scotch whisky distilleries and visitor centers have significantly boosted the country's economy, adding £30m to the Scottish tourism industry, generating lot of jobs and attracting more and more international tourists to the country.
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