Colombia Coffee Crop May Top USDA Estimate as Trees Rejuvenated

  • Yields rise 45% over the past 2 years as old trees eradicated
  • Exports seen increasing 9.1% this year on weakening peso

Coffee output in Colombia, the world’s second-largest producer of Arabica beans, may climb about 4 percent next year as replanted trees improve yields, according to the country’s growers group.

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