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Investors have rushed to open coffee shops as retail premises rent has become very reasonable and the market is returning to a "new normal" status.

Vietnam coffee exports down in 9 months

Vietnam’s coffee exports in the first nine months of this year fell by 13.3 per cent in volume to 1.25 million tonnes and 21.9 per cent in value to US$2.15 billion compared with the same period of last year.

 

Vietnam among brew-tiful coffee destinations around the world

Agoda, one of the world’s fastest growing online travel booking platforms, has offered a list of some of the top destinations around the world for tasting coffee, including Vietnam.

 

Vietnam’s coffee exports plummet in eight months

Although ranking second in the world, Vietnam's coffee exports are plummeting.

 

Vietnam boosts production of specialty coffee

Vietnam is boosting the growing of specialty coffee in an effort to raise coffee quality and the country’s coffee export value.

 

A Robusta take on coffee

As one of the world’s top coffee exporters, Vietnam is shifting its focus to the sustainable cultivation and promotion of specialty coffee, with the aim of improving its coffee brand and quality. 

 

International cafe show to debut in HCM City

 The Vietnam International Cafe Show is debuting this year on May 12-14 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC) in HCM City, showcasing products related to bakery & confectionery, food & beverage, tea & coffee industries.

Starbucks stores to launch Da Lat coffee

 Starbucks Vietnam on December 29 introduced Starbucks Reserve® Vietnam Da Lat, its first single-origin coffee from the country, which will go on sale at its Vietnamese stores from January 4, 2016. 

State to retain 51% stake after Vinacafe equitised

 The Viet Nam National Coffee Corporation (Vinacafe) will be equitised in 2017, following a directive of the government on restructuring the HCM City-based company.

VN instant coffee market shifts focus to quality

 Instant coffee producers operating in Vietnam are expected to produce roughly 675,000 metric tons of instant coffee in 2015, according to estimates provided by the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association.

Dak Lak farmer produces ‘elephant coffee’ for $100/kg

Discovering that domestic elephants like to eat ripened coffee beans, a farmer in Dak Lak province, the Central Highlands of Vietnam, researched to produce his own specialty – elephant coffee, which is sold for $70-$100 a kilo.

Vietnam’s coffee industry loses global market share

 The global market share of Vietnamese coffee has shrunk from 22 percent in 2014 to 18 percent this year even though the country is still the world’s second biggest coffee exporter.

Vietnamese coffee sold at Starbucks shops & what’s next?

 VietNamNet Bridge - Starbucks’ announcement to sell Vietnamese coffee at more than 21,500 shops in 56 countries is good news, but it also reveals weaknesses of the Vietnamese coffee industry.