Uganda: Coffee Annual

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FAS/Nairobi forecasts a rebound of Uganda’s coffee production in marketing year (MY) 2020/2021 due to good weather, and harvests from recently established plantations. Ugandan coffee exports to both traditional and new markets are also expected to increase, with the recovery of exports to the Sudan being a major boost. These developments will bring back to line Uganda’s ambitious program to grow its coffee sector.

Uganda: Coffee Annual

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