RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's coffee harvest for the 2022/23 campaign reached 28% of the area as of June 14, an advance of 4 percentage points in the weekly comparison, although it still lags behind other years, consulting firm Safras & Mercado said on Wednesday, June 15.
In the same period of the previous cycle, work stood at 34%, while the historical average for this time of year is 36%, the data showed.
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