KC=F - Coffee 'C' Futures,Sep-2018,Com

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Settlement Date2018-09-18
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  • The Starbucks Frappuccino has met its nemesis: wellness
    Quartz2 days ago

    The Starbucks Frappuccino has met its nemesis: wellness

    It’s officially summer in the northern hemisphere, which can only mean one thing: The people want their caffeinated drinks on ice. But Starbucks, perhaps the most famous purveyor of slushy coffee milkshakes, is running into a problem: Frappuccinos are falling out of favor. At an investor presentation early this week, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed…

  • The latest in Japanese drinks innovation is clear
    Quartz3 days ago

    The latest in Japanese drinks innovation is clear

    The hottest beer, coffee, and tea products this summer in Japan have one thing in common—they’re colorless. This week, drinks giant Suntory started selling a non-alcoholic beer called “All-Free All-Time” (link in Japanese) that looks just like water. It’s the “beer” you can even drink at work, ads suggest. This summer has also seen Asahi…

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Indonesia's growing thirst for coffee drains premium bean supplies

    PANGALENGAN, Indonesia/NEW YORK (Reuters) - For decades, Indonesia has supplied coffee roasters worldwide with prized beans that give a distinctive taste to brews favoured by connoisseurs. A small harvest in Sumatra has eaten further into tightening supplies of that region's unique arabica beans, which are sought for the heavy, earthy notes they give to roasted blends. Sumatran beans are a key component in Starbucks Corp's (SBUX.O) Christmas Blend, which has been sold for more than 30 years.

  • For better, more enriching trips, try traveling solo
    Quartz12 days ago

    For better, more enriching trips, try traveling solo

    Slurping ramen at a noodle bar, contemplatively sipping a coffee at a sidewalk cafe, or wandering through a sprawling street market. These are activities that are so stimulating to the senses when traveling, they hardly require a companion to be enjoyed. And yet, so many travelers wait on booking their dream trip because they don’t…

  • Associated Press20 days ago

    Business Highlights

    The Supreme Court has ruled for a Colorado baker who wouldn't make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. The justices' decision turned on what the court described as anti-religious bias on the Colorado Civil Rights Commission when it ruled against baker Jack Phillips. NEW YORK (AP) -- Starbucks Corp. says Howard Schultz is stepping down as executive chairman of the coffee company he joined more than 30 years ago and helped transform into a global chain.

  • Howard Schultz is retiring from Starbucks
    Quartz20 days ago

    Howard Schultz is retiring from Starbucks

    Howard Schultz, the entrepreneur and coffee enthusiast behind Starbucks’ explosive growth, announced his retirement from the company today (June 4). Schultz, who has served two separate stints as Starbucks’ CEO, was named executive chairman in 2017. He grew the chain from a small Seattle-based chain of 11 stores in 1981 to an international behemoth with…

  • Reuters20 days ago

    In El Salvador, coffee farmers turn to bourbon beans after blight

    For Alberto Ferracuti, a coffee grower in El Salvador, bourbon really does grow on trees. Ferracuti and many other farmers in the Central American country have turned to speciality coffee trees - identified by fanciful names such as bourbon, geisha and pacas - in hopes of reviving a local industry devastated by crop disease just a few years ago. Specialty coffee can earn farmers more than twice what they make selling standard varieties.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    In El Salvador, coffee farmers turn to bourbon beans after blight

    For Alberto Ferracuti, a coffee grower in El Salvador, bourbon really does grow on trees. Ferracuti and many other farmers in the Central American country have turned to specialty coffee trees - identified by fanciful names such as bourbon, geisha and pacas - in hopes of reviving a local industry devastated by crop disease just a few years ago. Specialty coffee can earn farmers more than twice what they make selling standard varieties.

  • Investopedia21 days ago

    3 Best Coffee Stocks for 2018

    Starbucks has a presence in 75 countries worldwide and is a global leader in coffee roasting, marketing and retailing. Starbucks has a market cap of $78.536 billion and raked in annual revenue of $22.38 billion in 2017 with a net income of $2.88 billion. At current share prices of $56.91, the stock is trading at about 18.9 times earnings.

  • Espresso On Demand: The five best Nespresso machines
    Digital Trends22 days ago

    Espresso On Demand: The five best Nespresso machines

    Most people still trek down to their local coffee shop to get an espresso or a cappuccino, but you don't have to. A Nespresso machine can put coffee shop quality espresso on your kitchen counter.

  • Pioneering physicist Brian Greene explains why it’s okay to not have all the answers
    Quartz23 days ago

    Pioneering physicist Brian Greene explains why it’s okay to not have all the answers

    Physics is the study of, well, everything. Time, space, matter, energy—whether it’s the gravity that keeps your coffee in your cup or the thermodynamics that heats up your lunch, physics isn’t the stuff of a faraway land filled with mathematicians and dusty blackboard erasers. It’s intertwined with every aspect of our lives. Those lives currently…

  • Watch the short film Starbucks showed employees to teach them about racial bias
    Quartz23 days ago

    Watch the short film Starbucks showed employees to teach them about racial bias

    In April, a video showing two black men being arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks, when they had done nothing but sit inside one of the coffee shops without buying anything, triggered outrage and boycotts across the country. The company, known for espousing progressive, inclusive principles, reacted swiftly, announcing plans to close its US shops for…

  • Starbucks’ Trash Is Now Coffee Gold, Thanks to a Brilliant Discovery
    GoBankingRates25 days ago

    Starbucks’ Trash Is Now Coffee Gold, Thanks to a Brilliant Discovery

    This "trash" is worth 480 percent more than coffee itself.

  • Avoid bad coffee when traveling by brewing your own
    Quartz25 days ago

    Avoid bad coffee when traveling by brewing your own

    One of the most compelling reasons to get out of bed in the morning is coffee. Trouble is, when you travel, finding that first cup of morning caffeine can be far more challenging than at home. Perhaps your hotel is one of the many who have embraced the concept of aluminum or plastic-filled pods as…

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Brazilian chickens slaughtered as striking truckers paralyze supplies

    Striking truckers in Brazil have disrupted supplies and exports from one of the world's agricultural powerhouses, triggering the premature slaughter of millions of chickens as feed failed to reach farmers. The strike over high fuel prices has paralyzed Brazil, the top global exporter of soybeans, sugar, coffee and chicken. Farmers and merchants in Latin America's largest economy have been unable to get their supplies to port during the nine days of industrial action.

  • Caffeine doesn’t just elevate your mood, it makes you like other people more too
    Quartz26 days ago

    Caffeine doesn’t just elevate your mood, it makes you like other people more too

    How was your weekend? Are you super stoked to be back at work this morning? Personally, I can’t wait to pour a second cup of coffee and dial into an editorial video conference in a few minutes. This is actually true, and not just because as the parent of small children, work is my weekend.…

  • Today only: Save $80 on a refurbished Nespresso Vertuo Espresso Machine
    Digital Trendslast month

    Today only: Save $80 on a refurbished Nespresso Vertuo Espresso Machine

    Whether you love coffee or you're just looking fora way out of that Starbucks line, this refurbished Nespresso Vertuo bundle has everything you need -- including a milk frother. You can pick up this bundle for just $120 on Amazon.

  • An extremely clear definition of emotional labor for anyone who still doesn’t get it
    Quartzlast month

    An extremely clear definition of emotional labor for anyone who still doesn’t get it

    Some months ago, I got coffee with an extremely successful, wealthy, white man. It was an unlikely pairing: He, a multimillionaire media mogul, invited me, a broke 24-year-old who spends much of her time criticizing rich, white men, to educate him about sexism at work. To my surprise, our discussion was an absolute delight and…

  • The surprising company beating Apple and Google in mobile payments
    Quartzlast month

    The surprising company beating Apple and Google in mobile payments

    Tech giants Google, Apple, and Samsung are racing to become the mobile-payment platform of choice worldwide. But for now, the king of the category is a coffee company: Starbucks. More than 23.4 million people will open the Starbucks app to pay for their coffee or tea at least once every six months in 2018, according…

  • Welsh roastery Coaltown Coffee named in Lonely Planet list
    BBC Newslast month

    Welsh roastery Coaltown Coffee named in Lonely Planet list

    Think of a place to get a perfect coffee and Carmarthenshire might not have been first on your lips.

  • Randi Zuckerberg’s remarkably simple advice for achieving your daily goals
    Quartzlast month

    Randi Zuckerberg’s remarkably simple advice for achieving your daily goals

    This year I made an oath to myself to stop feeling guilty about everything I normally feel guilty about: guilty about not being perfect all the time (or ever, really), guilty for not having the most exemplary wardrobe or flawless body, guilty for eating too much gluten or drinking too much coffee, guilty for making…

  • In 2040, cash and credit cards will be relics of the past
    Quartz2 months ago

    In 2040, cash and credit cards will be relics of the past

    You’ve just got an electric autonomous taxi from the gym to work, picked up a coffee and—in the lift to your office—watched a short advert on the heads-up display projected by your wearable digital assistant, clipped to your collar. In a matter of minutes, four transactions have taken place. And you haven’t put your hand…

  • U.S. oil surges past $70, dollar hits fresh 2018 high
    Reuters2 months ago

    U.S. oil surges past $70, dollar hits fresh 2018 high

    By Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar rose to fresh 2018 highs on Monday while oil prices climbed to their highest since late 2014, driven by declining Venezuelan crude production and worries the United States could re-impose sanctions on Iran. The crude surge lifted energy stocks in Europe and on Wall Street, with European shares supported by strong results and gains in Nestle after the Swiss company agreed to pay $7.15 billion to Starbucks in a global coffee alliance. Investors increased bets that rising U.S. interest rates would continue to boost the dollar, while traders unwound their bearish positions on the greenback.

  • U.S. oil surges past $70, dollar hits fresh 2018 high
    Reuters2 months ago

    U.S. oil surges past $70, dollar hits fresh 2018 high

    The dollar rose to fresh 2018 highs on Monday while oil prices climbed to their highest since late 2014, driven by declining Venezuelan crude production and worries the United States could re-impose sanctions on Iran. The crude surge lifted energy stocks in Europe and on Wall Street, with European shares supported by strong results and gains in Nestle after the Swiss company agreed to pay $7.15 billion to Starbucks in a global coffee alliance. Investors increased bets that rising U.S. interest rates would continue to boost the dollar, while traders unwound their bearish positions on the greenback.

  • Tiny hotels are hospitality’s new sweet spot
    Quartz2 months ago

    Tiny hotels are hospitality’s new sweet spot

    In the decade since Airbnb was founded, travelers have seemed to fall into two categories: those who want to live like a local in an apartment, and those who want full-service amenities in a traditional hotel. For the former, rediscovering the finer elements of a hotel stay—like a chic hotel bar or room service coffee—is…