Rapporto Europeo Coffee Caffè European Report
ECF- European Coffee Federation
SUMMARY: The European Coffee Market In 2006
Temporal reference: 2007
THE EUROPEAN COFFEE MARKET IN 2006
This is the twenty-eighth issue of the ‘European Coffee Report’. The European Coffee Federation (ECF) continues thisseries with the report over 2006. As usual, it contains a lead article and a graph of the ICO Indicator Prices, a chapter on EU import and export figures and chapters on the individual Western European markets. The information for most of the country chapters has again been provided by the ECF member associations. Their contribution to this series is invaluable and has enabled the European Coffee Report to develop into a unique and convenient single source of basic information on the European coffee market. The European Coffee Report is available only in electronic format on the ECF website. For the sake of a uniform presentation and for ease of comparison, not all the details of the national reports could be incorporated, given that they vary widely in volume and contents. In order to give a more complete overview, the national reports were in part complemented with statistical material from other sources. This applies as well to those countries whose coffee associations are not members of ECF, but on which this report gives some information for the sake of completeness. On the closing page of this report a list of the member associations of ECF can be found.
• BELGIUM – LUXEMBOURG
• THE NETHERLANDS/OLANDA
• SWITZERLAND /SVIZZERA
• UNITED KINGDOM
Import data selected new EU members
Indirect taxes on coffee as at 20056
New EU members
List of association members and company members
The European Coffee Federation (ECF) represents the European soluble coffee manufacturing industry, the green coffee trade and the coffee roasting industry.
It was founded in 1981 to represent the joint interests of the coffee trade and roasting industry.
The companies affiliated to the ECF represent a total import volume of about 38 million bags, or half of the world trade volume. Its main body is the Council which consists of all members. All major policy decisions are taken on this level. The day-to-day management is in the hands of the ECF Executive Committee.
The ECF has a number of committees and working groups to discuss specific topics. It is involved in a wide range of issues, ranging from transport and logistics to terminal market matters and from standard coffee contracts to sustainable agriculture.
There are many contacts with sister-organisations in coffee consuming and producing countries as well as with organisations like the International Coffee Organisation.
The ECF publishes an annual statistical review of the European coffee market and the national markets of its member associations, the contents of which is included on this site.
The ECF is member of the Common Code for the Coffee Community Association (4C) and acted as private partner during the project phase. For more information please visit:
ECF- European Coffee Federation
1006 BK Amsterdam
Telephone: +31-20-511 38 15
Telefax: +31-20-511 38 92
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