El Salvador Expected to Lose Close to 90,000 Bags of Coffee

Another victim of the violent storms, heavy rains, winds and resulting damage rocking Central America is El Salvador, one of the important coffee producers and exporters of that region.


Due to the bad weathers, El Salvador is expected to produce this season only 239,000 132-pound bags of coffee, down from the estimated 1.42 million bags, a loss of 89,978 bags, according to reports.

The news follows reports earlier in past weekend that tropical storm damages coffee plants in Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and mor of Central America.

Coffee growing regions in Honduras and other countries in that area have been spared from additional damage by powerful hurricane Rina turning away from the coffee plant regions (Honduras coffee farms spared by Rina hurricane.

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