The coffee sector should consider whether the current crisis is temporary or whether fundamental alternatives should be analyzed, such as moving towards industrialization to export ground grain with proprietary brands.
After peaking in May of 2012 at $250 per quintal, arabica coffee prices have steadily dropped, settling last week at just over $100. The futures prices are not very encouraging: for December even lower values are indicated.
This upward momentum comes not only from lower yield forecasts by main world producers of coffee, but also speculation. Dollar weakness encourages financial traders to hide their capital into commodities and coffee is one of the most sought after for future operations.
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CISA Exportadora is a green coffee exporting company based in Nicaragua owned by the Baltodano family who enjoys over 100 years of coffee tradition.
Operates in Nicaragua
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