Salvadoran Coffee Exports for $101.4 Million

With an average price of $130.82 per quintal, the first six months of the 2008-2009 coffee year have left an accumulation of $101.4 million.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The value achieved per quintal ($130.82) in this coffee year that began last October is higher when compared to last year when it reached $127.47, according to the Salvadoran Coffee Council.

Keny López Piche wrote in "CSC Forecasts indicate that production of Salvadoran coffee will be reduced by at least 5% this year, equivalent to about 150 thousand quintals less than those harvested in the previous coffee year. Overall, the country expects to produce 1.85 million quintals this year."

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El Salvador: 84% of Coffee Harvest Sold

February 2011

At an average price of $ 188.71 per quintal, farmers have placed 84% of export crop for the year 2010-2011.

According to the Salvadoran Coffee Council (CSC), 1.65 million quintals have already been sold.

"In the market, the price per quintal has been quoted around $ 250 in recent weeks, however, part of current crop was negotiated when the quintal was about $ 150 in late 2009," informed the article in

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The Salvadoran Coffee Council (CSC) expects a slight drop in the coffee harvest for this year.

Ricardo Espitia, director of the institution, is predicting a harvest of 2 million quintals, which would mean a decrease of 3.7%.
Up to now, they have sold 25% of the harvest (some 465,000 quintals) in the futures market at an average price of 144 dollars.

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