By Fabiana Batista
Farmers are encountering lower-than-expected yields, said Edimilson Calegari, general manager at Espirito Santo-based Cooabriel, nation’s largest robusta-coffee cooperative.
Coop-members output may be lower than 1.8m bags estimated in April, he said without giving a new forecast
“Yield is lower than expected, while harvest is a bit delayed amid reduced number of workers:” Calegari
NOTE from April: Brazil’s biggest robusta-coffee cooperative Cooabriel sees member production reaching 1.8m bags this year, compared with 1.5m in 2020
Robusta-coffee futures in London rise 1.5% to the highest since Oct. 19, 2018
NOTE: Brazil Robusta Coffee Hits Four-Year High on Surging Demand
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