June 14 (Bloomberg) -- Ivory Coast’s coffee farmers sold their beans at an average of 774 CFA francs ($1.48) a kilogram (2.2 pounds) in the week to June 10, according to data published today on the website of the Coffee Cocoa Council.
The lowest price was 750 francs, while the highest was 800 francs, the cocoa and coffee regulator’s figures showed. The data is based on the prices recorded in the southwestern region of San Pedro from June 4 to June 10, it said.
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