The Tea and Coffee Trade Journal: Recent submissions

  • Unknown author (1933-09)
    Following the negotiations inaugurated between the State Departament and the Minister from Colombia, last week, for the first of a series of new commercial treaties with our neighbors to the south, exploratory conversations ...
  • Unknown author (1933-03)
    With continued dull trading, the month of February passed with little that was of interest on the New York Coffee Exchange. The nearby futures showed some decline, while the more distant months showed slight gains, which ...
  • Martins Filho, Marcelino (1954-11)
    Coffee growing in Brazil acquired international importance only from the time it spread throughout the Paraiba River valley, a vast sub-tropical “belt”, tributary to a large extent to the port of Rio de Janeiro. The precious ...
  • Unknown author (1953-10)
    Coffee was introduced in brazil in 1727 – more than two centuries ago. Since then, the expansion of the coffee industry has never ceased and new growing areas have been constantly opened. Coffee has also been an increasingly ...
  • Unknown author (1935-09)
    According to information received from the interior, the flowering of coffee trees is well advanced in some districts, such as the North of the State of Parana, lower Sorocabana and some parts of the Noroeste Railway. In ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    F. Eugen Nortz, of Nortz & Co., coffee brokers, New York, returned from a visit to Europe and Brazil, on the “Southern Cross”, September 13 th . He made the trip from Europe to Brazil by Zeppelin, reaching Brazil on August ...
  • Unknown author (1935-10)
    In Brazilian press interview, reported to the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, October 10, the President of the Departamento Nacional do Café stated first that following full study under the Constitution the suggestions ...
  • Unknown author (1939-03)
    The Santo Andre Coffee Factory illustrated at the top of the page is operated by the Sao Paulo Cooperative Coffee Federation with the assistance of the DNC Technical Service. It is equipped with every device for sanitary ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    Coffee deliveries to world consumption during July and August – the first two months of the crop year – were 3,575 bags, against 3,811,304 bags in the same period of 1933 – a decline of 6.5 per cent. In the United States ...
  • Unknown author (1934-11)
    With almost nothing of an eventual character to affect it either way, the trading on the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange from the beginning of the month registered a few points lower for two-thirds of the trading days, ...
  • Unknown author (1935-11)
    Listlessness marked trading on the New York Stock Exchangeduring the month of October. The advances registered during the preceding two months in both Santos 4s and Rio 7s, while small, were halted. Santos 4s, closing at ...
  • Unknown author (1935-03)
    Hopes of the end of the year that there would be an advance in coffee prices seem, as yet, unrealized. There is more or less trade talk of greater warehoused stocks in the country than were anticipated at that time. The ...
  • Unknown author (1970-11)
    The International Coffee Agreement of 1968 is a five-year pact designed to expire in 1976. At the time that this Agreement was made, it replaced the Agreement of 1963, and expectations were that in 1973, a new five-year ...
  • Unknown author (1934-05)
    “Destruction of coffee in Brazil to April 30 totaled 26,810,000 bags, according to cables received by the New York Coffee & Sugar Exchange. Destruction has been accelerated after a sharp decrease in rate during the first ...
  • Unknown author (1935-10)
    Following the lead started in August, coffee continued its rise in price in September on the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange. The rise was not great, but it was an encouraging change from the continuous drop since the ...
  • Andrade, Theophilo de (1939-09)
    Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 15 – The first month of the new coffee crop was not very encouraging, with deliveries from the interior less than July of last year. Exports were also lower, the July total being 1,-162,738 bags as ...
  • Unknown author (1955-09)
    Regulations covering the new coffee crop have now largely been completed. The Bank of Brazil set the first part of the new 1955-56 pattern by fixing the loan basis for Santos type 4 at ports at Cr$ 1,950 per 60-kilo bag, ...
  • Unknown author (1934-10)
    The coffee trade during September had little incentive for activity and was generally slow. A declining market characterized the beginning of the month and the succeeding weeks registred a few points up or down with the ...
  • Unknown author (1934-05)
    Recent issues of Medeiros‟ Bulletin contain some interesting comments on Brazil coffee propaganda by Mr. Carl Hellwig, a Santos coffee exporter, who reviews Brazil‟s propaganda efforts in various countries, analyzes the ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    The inquiry into the affairs of the São Paulo Coffee Institute which was inaugurated after the removal of General Waldomiro has been terminated by General Daltro, who affirms that it has been carried out “with exclusive ...

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