Price of Coffee Falls Sharply

From the early April on, the price of Robusta coffee has gone down. Coffee prices in Viet Nam dropped to US$1,070 per ton of second-grade beans, a drop by US$80-90 a ton compared to the beginning of March.
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The big coffee exporting countries such as Brazil, South Africa, and Indonesia are in harvest season and providing abundant supplies, resulting in a substantial fall in coffee prices globally. Coffee price is forecast only to increase again in July- August because the world coffee output is down by six million bags (60kg/ bag) compared to the previous season.

Low coffee export prices have resulted in the fall on the domestic market. According to the Trade Information Center of the Trade Minister, first-grade Robusta coffee is down to VND17, 300/ kg, second-grade VND17, 000/kg, bulk coffee VND16, 300/kg in Lam Dong.

Bulk Coffee  is sold at VND16, 500/kg. Up to now, coffee prices on domestic market have been reduced from VND1, 000 to 1,800/kg compared to the end of February.

Related Link:
- Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association

By Viet Lan - Translated by Uyen Phuong

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