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Tanzania’s Coffee Output May Drop 23% Next Season On Drought


Tanzania, Africa’s fourth-biggest coffee producer, said output next season may drop 23% because of a drought and lower crop cycle.

The crop for the season that starts in July may decline to 50,000 tons, the Tanzania Coffee Board said Monday in an emailed response to questions. It said last month that the country had experienced dryness in many growing areas, and that farmers would start collecting crops in May in the Kagera and Mara regions.

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