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  • 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...

  • LONDON, April 25- Raw sugar on ICE hovered on Monday below three-week highs, with traders focused on Brazilian cane industry data later in the week expected to show a brisk crush in the centre-south in favourable weather. Cocoa futures were underpinned by expectations of lower output in West Africa, while robusta coffee steadied, with attention centred on lower...

  • THIS will drive Starbucks big beats...

    Keith Siegner, UBS restaurant analyst, sifts through Starbucks quarterly results which came in light on revenues and in line with Street estimates.

  • How illycaffe brews profits: CEO

    Andrea Illy, illycaffe chairman and CEO, discusses how growth in worldwide coffee consumption is driving profits and increasing competition.

  • *Vietnam's coffee exports seen down at 1 mln T in 2016. HANOI, April 21- Vietnam's coffee exports could fall 25 percent in 2016 to their lowest in a decade at 1 million tonnes, hit by drought, lower yields from old trees and increased output from domestic roasters, a senior industry official said. Tighter supply from Vietnam, the world's largest producer of robusta...

  • Starbucks brings back frappuccino for caramel lovers

    The coffee chain celebrates National Caramel Day with its limited-edition offering.

  • Coffee market is short-sighted: Commerzbank MD

    Eugen Weinberg, MD and head of commodity research at Commerzbank, explains how the Brazilian real is affecting coffee and sugar prices.

  • Starbucks teams up with Nespresso

    The coffee chain will launch espresso pods compatible with Nestle's single serve brewing system in Europe.

  • A Starbucks location at the John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California.

    These analyst joined CNBC to discuss the pros and cons of the Starbucks stock.

  • Sandwiches recalled from Starbucks stores

    A food supplier is recalling pre-packaged breakfast sandwiches from Starbucks stores due to listeria concerns.

  • Starbucks perception falls after rewards program changes

    Public sentiment on the coffee chain plunged after the company revamped its loyalty program.

  • Starbucks to open store in Milan, Italy

    The coffee chain will enter the Italian market with its first outlet set to open in early 2017.

  • Starbucks in Times Square, New York.

    Coffee giant Starbucks is taking its Americanized version of Italian coffees back to Italy, with its first outlet set to open in early 2017.

  • Starbucks scores rare Utah liquor license

    The coffee chain is granted a liquor license after months of deliberations by the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

  • LONDON, Feb 24- Arabica coffee and raw sugar futures fell on Wednesday, driven down by a broad-based retreat in crude oil and other commodity markets. Cocoa futures were mixed as a weak pound boosted the London contract while dollar-denominated New York futures fell. May arabica coffee futures fell 2.00 cents or 1.7 percent to $1.1725 per lb by 1306 GMT while May...

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON, Feb 22- Arabica coffee futures rallied almost 4 percent on Monday for their best daily gain in nearly three months on short covering, while cocoa rose on continued concerns about tightening supplies from Ivory Coast due to dry weather. "I anticipate a little further bounce to $1.23, but we will need much more news to go higher," said Hector Galvan,...

  • Starbucks announces changes to its rewards program

    Members of the loyalty program will have to spend more money to earn free items.

  • LONDON, Feb 22- Sugar futures on ICE edged up on Monday from 4-1/ 2- month lows, while arabica coffee firmed on technically driven buying and London cocoa benefited from a sharply weaker pound. Speculators cut their bullish raw sugar position on ICE Futures U.S., for the fourth straight week, to a 4-1/ 2- month low in the week ended Feb. 16, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading...