Brazil drought brews trouble for coffee market

Brazil's coffee harvest last year was hit by one the country's worst droughts in decades, with effects on the world's largest producer now threatening to spill over into this year, pushing prices ever higher. Plantations of lower grade robusta in regions less affected by drought saw their harvests rise 20 percent — but their yield only accounts for a third of national production.

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