Brazil: Marex sees global coffee deficit at 10.7 million bags on 21/22

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Published Mar 6, 2021

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“The appearance of the trees differs from region to region, but the cherry load is low everywhere.” Marex predicted that Brazil's Arabica coffee crop would drop in 2021/22 to 32.8 million bags, versus 50 million from the previous season. The decline partially reflects a year of decline in the country's biennial Arabica crop cycle. The previous low crop was 38.3 million bags in 2019/20. The global balance indicates a deficit of 12.1 million bags of arabica coffee, partially offset by a surplus of 1.4 million bags of robusta. The Brazilian robusta crop is ...
Source: Mixvale
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