Coffee — higher prices are brewing due to La Niña

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From: gro-intelligence.com

After a bumper 2020 harvest, La Niña has heightened the risk of a decline in Brazilian output next year as below-average rain and high temperatures so far this year make their mark. While the critical flowering stage is going well, La Niña is important for the long-term growing season over the next several months where total rainfall is important.

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