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Brazil coffee exports fall to the lowest level since 2013, says Cecafé

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MILAN – Exports of all forms of coffee from Brazil totalled 2,747,367 in October, down 18.3 percent on year.

This is the lowest level on record for that month since at least 2013, the Brazilian Coffee Exporters Council, or Cecafé reported on Thursday.

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Green coffee volumes fell 17.7 percent to 2,485,239. Arabica shipments went down 17.9 percent to 2.468.647, while Robusta exports recovered slightly to 16,592 bags.

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