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The beans are plentiful and available at their cheapest price over the years -- are price reductions at your favourite café next?
A record harvest in Colombia and Brazil and other economies brought the price of green coffee down to $1.18 per GBP in June - the low in almost four years. This is 49% lower than the 34-year high of $2.31 per GBP that the International Coffee Organization's Composites Award reached in April 2011.
Whilst large coffee shoppers such as Folgers, Maxwell House, Dunkin' Donut and Starbucks have reduced some of their retailing rates, smaller coffee shops and cafés are more careful. We are inclined to pass on our raw material cost saving very cautiously," she said, as the cost of beans could recover just as quickly in a few heats.
As the ICO cautioned that " in view of the present price trend, there is a decreasing stimulus for growers to spend on their harvests (including higher expenditure on fertilisers and labour)..... "In the coming years, this could have a detrimental effect on output volume and product qualitiy and lead to higher price fluctuations.
" Wilson Jones has reduced the price of the coffee she is selling to some 120 restaurateurs, office and catering establishments, as well as the coffee packed in her three coffee stores. However, for the time being, she is reluctant to adjust her price per mug. It is observing the effects of a coffee plant rose sickness in Central America, which the ICO believes could cause up to 500 million dollars in crop losses from Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua and could affect the beans from this area.
Caruso Dominic, VP of the Caruso's Coffee Inc. Brecksville-based company, said that despite the threat of foliage russeting, the world's coffee supply has soared. "They are still making far more coffee than before between Colombia's improved crop and Brazil, which produces year after year crop records," he said.
This compensates for the lower outputs from El Salvador, Honduras and Costa Rica, which are tending to grow better and better coffee beans. However, he warned that green coffee is unlikely to fall below $1 a pounds from its low in early 2000. A coffee roasting company that manufactures Caruso's Brand Coffee, Erie Island Coffee and Zack Bruell's Zack's Brews as well as own brand products for domestic retail stores, Caruso's has reduced its wholesaling rates two to threefold since mid-2012, but in stages.
Rebates have fallen from 20 to 35 per cent according to coffee and are almost as high as the price of green coffee. Last weeks ICO report states that "the coffee supply is still good and overall coffee export levels for the first eight month of 2012/2013 (October to May) reached 75.
" "Raw material production costs also fell during the course of the months, mainly due to adverse business reports from China and the United States," the ICO said. As well as falling Columbian, Brazil and Robust bean yields, worldwide coffee consumption was lower than foreseen. Since the beginning of the year, some of the biggest customers for green coffee have lowered their tariffs.
Ohio's J.M. Sucker Co. reduced sales price on February 19 by an annual 6 per cent on its bestselling Folgers and Dunkin' Donut packed coffee products that are being resold in supermarket and storage locations. Sucker does not make the coffee that Dunkin' Donut's coffee stores serve. Rivalin Kraft Foods Inc. followed on February 21 and quoted "continuing downturns in the green coffee market".
" Strength lowered retailing costs for Maxwell House and Yuban roasted and grind coffee by about 6 per cent and the price of Maxwell House instants, Sanka Decaf and other Instant Coffee by about 5 per cent. Cavalier Russell Dyer said the price cuts do not include Gevalia, Mexwell House International, Tassimo or his recently-released Gevalia and Maxwell House Single Service Cup.
Kraft also reduced the price of Gevalia coffee in the retailing sector by 6 per cent on 5 May. On May 10, Starbucks reduced its recommended selling price for its Starbucks and Seattle's Best store, but let dealers determine how much they charged for it. Then, on June 25, the world's biggest coffee company increased the price in its US coffee stores in some stores by about 10 eurocent and said that although their coffee bills dropped, the price of dairy and sugary was not.
In contrast to large toasters who buy large quantities six month in advance, smaller toasters do not necessarily see the full benefits of the decline," said Mr Cuso. "He said, "We do not raise our rates as soon as (raw material) rates rise, and we do not lower them as soon as they fall.
"You are obliged as a coffee maker to sell beans to your customers," no matter how much they like. Tiny toasters can work through coffee supplies they purchased at more expensive than they are today, and don't have as much riggle room to soak up those wastes, Caruso added. It has noted that the hypermarkets it serves are not reducing their daily coffee price so much as providing short-term campaigns to stimulate coffee purchases.
Only because this coffee cultivation period has a daring beginning does not mean that the price will remain low. However, he starts to learn that some smallholders are reducing their output until the price improves and asks himself whether this price of $1.18 a pounds will ultimately be the low for this year.
Maybe Joe's price is less crucial for a hardcore coffee addict. "The coffee rates are not so important if it's your place."