February 7, 2013

Huge Coffee Crops Expected

While there is a Coffee Rust Fungus issue going on across some growing regions of Central America, both Brazil and Colombia are set to turn out some very big coffee crops. The loss of the harvested quantities in high qualify growing regions in Costa Rica, are a concern for smaller roasters who fight to find those lots of coffee to turn into better cups of coffee. With the currents moving the other way on Brazilian coffee, the markets are sure to notice.

Brazilian coffee production moves in two year cycles, and this year is supposedly a down year while still yielding a high tonnage. The crop size is driving down the commodity price for Arabica coffee. Who knows what the divergence will do for the high quality coffees, and the types of blends we will see in the coming months.

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Posted by Scott Martin at February 7, 2013 8:14 AM
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