For robusta, usually blended with higher quality arabica beans or used in instant coffees, the survey was particularly dramatic as El Nino-related dryness in southeast Asia and drought in Brazil damaged crops and drained supplies, traders said. Robusta coffee futures were forecast to rise to as high as $1,900 per tonne by the end of September and $1,985 by the... » Read More
Lavazza dominates the Italian coffee market share. Can it beat Starbucks in the US by marketing itself as a premium brand?
Strabucks is offering a vampire-inspired Frappula Frappuccino starting Wednesday.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
CNBC's Seema Mody covers reports that Starbucks is exploring expansion into Italy.
Starbucks will start offering delivery within the Empire State Building Tuesday, giving office workers in the skyscraper the option of paying a $2 fee to avoid making a trip to the lobby.
The company behind Cafe Coffee Day, India's biggest coffee chain, will launch an initial public offering next week, aiming to raise up to $176 million in the country's biggest IPO in nearly three years.
Dunkin' Brands estimated slower comparable sales growth at its U.S. Dunkin' Donuts stores for the third quarter and said it would close 100 stores in the country.
Keurig Green Mountain CEO Brian Kelley shows CNBC how the new, $300 Keurig Kold machine can make soft drinks like Coke and Sprite at home.
The FMHR traders take a position on coffee companies, including one of the best performing stocks in 2014.
Starbucks has launched a loan program to help its U.K. staff put down a deposit on a rental property.
Starbucks says its mobile app that lets people order and pay in advance will be available nationally starting Tuesday.
A New Jersey woman won a $522,000 settlement in her case against a local Dunkin Donuts, after tripping over a spike in the parking lot.
Keurig Green Mountain is moving beyond the beverage category into soup, with the "Fast Money" traders.
Jeff Schroeder, senior vice president of operations at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, is not worried about the slowdown in China as the U.S. coffee chain looks to expand into the mainland market.
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The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
CNBC contributor Herb Greenberg of Pacific Square Research, discusses the outlook for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, a stock he has hated.
The company also announced on Thursday that it would be repurchasing another 50 million shares as part of its buyback program.
In a new ad campaign for natural coffee creamer, Nestlé has actors wearing no clothes, just body paint, serving customers free coffee.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan asks Todd Gordon, TradingAnalysis.com, and Dave Seaburg, Cowen & Co., about the performance of coffee stocks Dunkin Brands and Starbucks.