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December, 2017

Year-to-date Colombian coffee production falls slightly

• Exports maintain a good pace; in the last 12 months they increased 3%.

November, 2017

Colombian coffee production reaches 14.3 million bags in last 12 months

Within estimates of the FNC, coffee exports exceeded 13.4 million bags, 8% up from the same period of 2016.

October, 2017

Colombian coffee production grows 19% in September

In the same month, coffee exports were almost 1.14 million 60-kg bags, 12% up from slightly over one million bags exported in September 2016.

September, 2017

Colombian Coffee Production Grows 9% in August

• Colombian coffee exports increased 8% during the last 12 months by reaching 13.34 million 60-kg bags.

December, 2016

Colombian coffee production reaches 14.4 million bags in last 12 months

Colombian coffee exports were nearly 1.3 million 60-kg bags in November, a 12% increase compared to the 1.1 million 60-kg bags exported in November 2015.

October, 2016

Colombian Coffee Production Rises 5% During the Last 12 Months

Colombian coffee exports also show recovery, by reaching 12.34 million 60-kg bags, 0.5% up from the 12.28 million bags of the same previous period.

October, 2016

The 9th Edition of ExpoEspeciales Café de Colombia Received over 13,800 Visitors

As a unique specialty coffee showcase and meeting point between producers and buyers, it continues consolidating itself as the most important specialty coffee expo in Latin America and the Caribbean.

August, 2016

Colombian Coffee Production Grows 8% in Last 12 Months

Despite negative impacts of the El Niño event and the transport strike on production and exports, balance of last 12 months is still positive; it is estimated that August will largely compensate July’s damming.

July, 2016

Colombian Coffee Production Falls 7% in June

In line with fall in production, Colombian coffee exports in June were 932,000 bags, a reduction of 7% compared to the 1 million bags sent abroad in June 2015.

May, 2016

Carolina Castañeda, new Director of FNC B.V. in Europe, headquartered in Amsterdam

Carolina Castañeda has a B.Sc. in Physics, a B.A. in Economics, a minor in Mathematics, a minor in Finance and a master’s degree in Economics from Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá. In 2012 she received a master’s degree in Mathematics in Finance from New York University.

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