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With larger harvest and good prices, Brazilian canephora coffee producers are optimistic

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Canephora coffee (robusta and conilon) harvesting is starting to gather pace in Brazil, with producers expecting a larger harvest of these varieties at a time of high international prices, which reinforces a search for better quality beans in 2021, experts said.

While the national production of robusta/conilon coffee may grow up to 16% this year, according to official CONAB (National Supply Company) projections, arabica production is estimated to drop by almost 40% in the most pessimistic scenario, which has supported global prices and the Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?

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