Top Grower Brazil’s Coffee Supplies Have Never Been Lower

Given Brazil’s situation, there’s little in the way of relief from tight global supplies. Weather conditions caused by La Nina are expected to extend into the next few months, bringing more dryness to Brazil and too much rain to Colombia, the world’s second-ranked coffee supplier. Adverse weather may also hurt yields in Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, while Vietnam, the largest robusta supplier, has seen its stockpiles shrinking amid a poor harvest outlook.

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