Doua stiri despre cafeaua din Vietnam

Stirea numarul 1: Productia de cafea din Vietnam (cel mai mare producator de cafea robusta din lume) a scazut cu 20%. Cu aceasta ocazie, exporturile au avut si ele un trend negativ. Iar asta si pentru ca, producatorii au decis sa pastreze in depozite cafeaua verde cu speranta ca, ca urmare a cererii crescute, preturile de vanzare vor creste.

Bad weather led to a 20 percent fall in coffee output in the 2014-15 crop in the domestic market, according to the Vietnam Coffee and Cacao Association. Bad weather conditions are expected to continue until the early 2015-16 coffee crop, which can affect coffee cultivation and reduce the output of the next crop, the association noted.Increase in the volume of old coffee trees is also a reason that will affect the output in the next crop, it said.

Ultimul paragraf din citatul de mai sus, ne aduce la stirea numarul 2:

Productia de piper negru din Vietnam (cel mai mare producator din lume – da, si la asta) a crescut cu 15%. Evident ca nu toti cei ce au plantatii de cafea vor trece la cele de piper, mai ales ca pentru ambele produse trebuie sa “astepti” minim 3 ani pana sa ai o recolta, dar viitorul poate fi mai bun pentru restul producatorilor de cafea, in special arabica.

Coffee farmer Bui Van Trong is planning to switch as much as 15 percent of his five-acre farm to pepper after prices more than tripled in five years.“When I have profit from it, I’ll be less worried by wild fluctuations in the coffee market,” said Trong, 51, whose farm is in the central Dak Lak province bordering Cambodia.

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