The International Coffee Organization has a unique Library containing an international reference collection,  built up over 40 years of more than 13,000 monographs (books, reports, theses, pamphlets) and over 200 periodical titles covering all aspects of coffee, as well as wider commodity trade and development issues. The Library collection is available for consultation by prior appointment.

The Organization offers its information services to the coffee industry, academics, the media and others, including a subscription service to ICO documents and publications.  There are three subscription bands for statistical and other publications and specific rates for periodicals or clearly identifiable series. All rates are inclusive of postage. 

Publications/Services Description of Publications/Services        Subscription Rates
All Inclusive Package All of the Publications Package and Services £2,500
Publications Package Subscription to the three publicationss described below £1,500
Monthly Trade Statistics (MTS) Monthly delivery via email of ICO's flagship regular trade statistical publiation, and access to the World Coffee Statistics Database (WCSD) linked with MTS £750
Quarterly Statistical Bulletin (QSB) Quarterly delivery via email of trade, prices, production, cponsumption and consumption per capita data and access to the World Coffee Statistics Database (WCSD) linked with QSB £600
Annual Trade Statistics (ATS) Annual delivery via email of trade statistical publication, and access to the World Coffee Statistics Database (WCSD) linked with ATS £500
Daily Prices ICO's Composite Indicator Price,4 Group prices and regional prices delivered daily via email £1,200
Bespoke daya service Limited number of bespoke data retrievals and deliveries via email

Minimum £250 per request, but available free to "Publications/Services" Package subscribers

Method of payment

Payment should be made by cash or by sterling cheque drawn on a UK bank in favour of "International Coffee Organization" or by a transfer to the Organization's bank account.  For further information please contact:

Statistics Section
International Coffee Organization
222 Gray's Inn Road
London WC1X 8HB
Tel:  +44 (0)20 7612 0604
Fax:  +44 (0)20 7612 0630