Exports of soluble coffee rose
by around 1,500 tons to reach some 18,200 tons.
While consumption of pure soluble coffee rose
from 11,000 to 11,300 tons, representing a relatively modest increase of 2.
Sales of green coffee rose
from 548,520 tons to 549,530 tons.
At the same time, however, prices of raw coffee rose
by 15%, according to the Dallmayr sources who were, however, reluctant to disclose the company's profitability.
Retail prices for whole bean and ground coffee rose
by 60% during the year.
Unit volume for European retail and out-of-home coffee rose
4% in the fourth quarter and was flat with year-ago results in fiscal 1994, excluding acquisitions.
While the sales of decaffeinated and not-decaffeinated coffee rose
Unit volume for European retail coffee rose
8 percent in the quarter and 5 percent through the first nine months of 1993, excluding acquisitions.
At the same time the relative humidity between the coffee rose
in a complementary way.
European volume for retail coffee rose
2 percent in the quarter and 3 percent during the first six months.
Chinese tea gained popularity in European markets in the same time period as coffee rose
For the first six months of fiscal 1996, unit volumes for retail and out-of-home coffee rose
4%, excluding acquisitions.
According to market reports, price differentials for Colombian coffee rose
in Europe's cash coffee market this week on renewed signs of tighter supplies from the country.
Prices of grains and products, fruits, tea and coffee rose
Showing recent, substantial rises, the price of tea actually went up by 70% over the same period, while coffee rose
by a more modest 20%.