Puerto Rico: Investing in coffee

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As a native puertorican, I appreciate your article. I have visited Hacienda Lealtad and others recently, and was fascinated how vibrant and modern the island's coffee industry has become. Puerto Rico is home to some of the world's best coffee, but as your article clearly points out, decades of erratic policies by incompetent bureaucrats have severely damaged the industry. I dream of one day being able to export thousands of quintales of fine coffee from my island to the mainland USA. It's a long road, but it is doable, especially with the next wave of specialty coffee taking hold of culture worldwide. Thank you.

A. Rey more than 7 years ago

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