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Indonesian coffee exporters struggle to acquire good beans

This article was originally published in The Public Ledger

INDONESIAN coffee exporters are scrambling for good quality beans to meet contract commitments as limited supplies are pushing up robusta prices. Daily coffee arrivals to Lampung port are around 100 to 200 tonnes, substantially down from the 1,000 tonnes a day recorded during the main crop harvest, which normally starts in March or April. Beans for export were quoted between $1,590 and $1,600 a tonne fob Panjang port in Lampung.



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