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  • LONDON, June 21- Arabica coffee and raw sugar futures on ICE fell back on Tuesday from a rally to multi-month highs, while London cocoa eased in reaction to a stronger sterling currency. September arabica futures were down 2.15 cent, or 1.5 percent, at $1.3915 per lb at 1210 GMT, and were within sight of a 13- month high of $1.4685 touched on June 9.

  • SAO PAULO, June 21- Brazil's worst credit crunch in two decades is forcing the nation's debt-laden grain producers, sugar mills and coffee farmers to curb investment, making one of the world's top farm exporters miss out on a recovery in global commodity prices. "We've not seen credit contract like this in recent history," said Alexandre Figliolino, who advises...

  • SAO PAULO, June 21- Brazil's worst credit crunch in two decades is forcing the nation's debt-laden grain producers, sugar mills and coffee farmers to curb investment, making one of the world's top farm exporters miss out on a recovery in global commodity prices. "We've not seen credit contract like this in recent history," said Alexandre Figliolino, who advises...

  • Scientists say coffee causes cancer on one condition

    The World Health Organization's cancer agency says all 'very hot' drinks can probably cause cancer.

  • Executive Edge: Nordstrom to open Tesla gallery in LA

    The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a new location to test drive a Tesla, and a reversal on coffee warning.

  • All "very hot" drinks are probably carcinogenic, the World Health Organization's cancer agency will say as it downgrades warning on coffee.

  • China is consuming more coffee: Illycaffè

    Illycaffe President Andrea Illy talks about the company's 2015 revenues and consumer tastes within various regions, such as the U.S. and China.

  • Starbucks' digital connection brews profits

    Adam Brotman, Starbucks executive vice president, discusses the coffee maker's digital strategy as nearly one in four customers place their orders from a mobile device.

  • What's in store for Lavazza?

    Giuseppe Lavazza, vice-chairman of coffee maker Luigi Lavazza, discusses his company's recent spree of acquisitions.

  • Dunkin Perks

    Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis says Dunkin' Donuts has secret weapon in a crowded fast-food breakfast field: technology.

  • You can now order ahead at Dunkin everywhere

    We believe our espresso-based drinks are the best out there, and most people do not know we are number one in iced coffee, says Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands CEO. Travis announces the company's On-The-Go app is going national on Monday so customers can order ahead anywhere.

  • Starbucks serving 'Nitro Cold Brew' on tap

    The coffee chain will start selling a cold coffee drink infused with nitrogen and served through a beer tap this summer.

  • Starbucks CEO: Ice lawsuit much ado about nothing

    CNBC's Kelly Evans interviews Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on topics ranging from a lawsuit accusing the coffee chain of using too much ice to whether the US faces another recession.

  • Starbucks CEO: Optimistic we'll succeed in China

    CNBC's Kelly Evans speaks with Howard Schultz, Starbucks Chairman & CEO, about the coffee giant's business in China with stores, a roastery and a partnership with Shanghai Disney, as well as the company's expansion into other markets.

  • NEW YORK, May 25- When J.M. The company appeared to break that tradition on Tuesday when it cut prices for its flagship Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts coffees by 6 percent. "Coffee brands are seeking market share versus holding prices," said Ross Colbert, executive director, global strategist of Beverages for Rabobank International.

  • Trade it: Coffee

    The FMHR traders provide their play on the best way to trade in the coffee space.

  • Call of the day: Starbucks

    David Tarantino, Baird analyst, says Starbucks has become increasingly attractive and has a price target of $68 on the stock.

  • Amazon.com will soon be delivering new private label products to you.

    Amazon will launch new private-label brands in the coming weeks that will include the company’s first move into perishable food, the WSJ reports.

  • TEGUCIGALPA, May 2- Coffee exports from Honduras rose 3.2 percent in April compared to the same month last year, national coffee institute IHCAFE said on Monday. Coffee shipments from Honduras, Central America's biggest producer, reached 732,321 60- kg bags during the month, up from 709,924 bags in the year-earlier period. Honduras expects to export about 5.52...

  • ABIDJAN, April 29- Small Ivory Coast cocoa exporters have defaulted on delivering tens of thousands of tonnes of beans, blaming a poor quality crop and the Coffee and Cocoa Council's decision to ban exports of small beans, sources said on Friday. At least 48,000 tonnes of cocoa beans have not be delivered, said a source at the Coffee and Cocoa Council, posing another...