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NEW YORK: Arabica coffee prices rose 10%, after jumping nearly 20% last week, to their highest in nearly seven years as unusual cold weather threatens coffee crops in the world’s largest producer Brazil.
PETALING JAYA: National doubles shuttler Soh Wooi Yik’s career would have ended prematurely if not for the intervention of a former great and a professional club.
The traditional dehydration practice allows potatoes to be eaten decades after they are dug up – without losing their nutritional properties.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's wine production could drop by as much as 30% this year to its lowest level in decades after vineyards were hit by spring frosts and summer downpours, its farm ministry said.
THE most devastating frost in decades in top coffee producer Brazil and record freight costs sparked by Covid-19 causing massive shipping logjams are expected to push retail prices to multi-year highs in the coming weeks.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Bloomberg): World coffee supplies are suffering a fresh setback from stringent travel curbs imposed in second-biggest grower Vietnam to control the worsening spread of the infectious Delta variant of the coronavirus.
World coffee supplies are suffering a fresh setback from stringent travel curbs imposed in second-biggest grower Vietnam to control the worsening spread of the infectious delta variant of the coronavirus.
LONDON (Reuters) - The stand-off between Britain and the European Union over post-Brexit trading rules for Northern Ireland threatens to create "cold mistrust" in the broader relationship between London and the bloc, Britain's Brexit minister said on Saturday.
LONDON/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Britain plans to further extend post-Brexit grace periods on some goods imports to Northern Ireland, Brexit minister David Frost said on Monday, in a move designed to give London and Brussels more time for talks about trade with the province.