Argentina could have no coffee in 45 days

The companies in the sector have a quota that prevents them from meeting the demand in the middle of the high season of the beverage.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "The coffee issue is very serious; the latest measures have further restricted the small quota. The import procedures are beginning to be denied, and stocks are in danger," assured Marcelo Salas, Café Martínez chain owner.

Coffee shop chains and coffee manufacturers are one of the most affected by the import restrictions. From the sector, they point out that their raw material is 100% imported and that they have no way to . . .

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