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The issue boils down to simple economics at the most basic level: the price of coffee rose 69% over the past year from $1,740 to $2,904 per ton, while peas are going for just $390 a ton.
Between drought and heavy rain, Colombian coffee farmers can't catch a break.
David Brooks, your column is waiting.
Coffee roasters "in denial of the realities of lack of supply" one expert says.
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Company reverses decision to eliminate 12-oz drinks at drive-thru after negative customer feedback.
Can fancy names enliven an oft-forgotten about brand? Probably not.