•Brazilian coffee prices are expected to rise due to low early season volumes. Low production is expected to push Colombian prices up in May, while Vietnamese prices are expected to trade upward due to an upward trend on the London floor.
•In India, ample supply is expected to keep prices in the lower range, while Brazilian coffee prices are set to rise in May owing to low early season volumes.
•Turkish orange juice prices are expected to remain flat due to government measures placed to stabilise prices. Tridge expects OJ prices in the US to remain in the upper range for the coming month due to the supply crunch, while Brazilian prices are expected to trade high due to low supply.
•Tridge expects value-added tomato products to trade high in May due to production woes and elevated prices from supplying countries such as Italy and Spain.
Table of Content
Part I: Key Indicators
Part II: Coffee and Sugar
Part III: Value-added Products