U.S. Unroasted Coffee Inventories Rise to Highest in 12 YearsBy
Surge may keep roasters from rushing to buy supplies
Currency depreciations increase grower incentives to sell
Stockpiles of unroasted green coffee in the U.S., the world’s top consumer, surged to a 12-year high in August, signaling ample supplies as Colombia and Central American countries gear up to start collecting the crop.
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