U.S. Unroasted Coffee Inventories Rise to Highest in 12 Years

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  • 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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