Eighty percent of Costa Rica’s current coffee crop has already been sold
The Costa Rican coffee institute, Icafé, reports that more than 80 percent of the 2010-2011 coffee harvest ahs been sold.
Roasters are complaining of shortages and higher prices.
Once again, roasters are concerned that once again they will have to import coffee because not enough is being grown in Costa Rica.
Original source: Inside Costa Rica