By Alana Gandra*
The National Coffee Day, celebrated this Wednesday (24), brings producers a positive scenario.
Data from the second estimate for this year's coffee crop in Brazil, released by the National Supply Company (Conab), indicate that the total national production, including the Arabica and Conilon species, will reach 54.74 million bags, a volume of 7.5% higher than last year's crop.
Compared to the 2021 harvest, the increase will be 14.7%.
According to Conab, the estimate is still preliminary since the crop cycle is ongoing and also depends on weather factors.
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