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Centering Research on Coffee

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Dan Bolton,STiR managing editorFrom the Managing Editor:

Sharing the Wealth

The most compelling argument against tariffs, trade wars, and other costly barriers to global commerce is that they significantly increase the wholesale and retail cost of coffee and tea at a crucial time when producers are unable to recover their most basic costs of production.


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