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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EL SALVADOR
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March 12, 2020
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) concerns, in San Salvador, El Salvador March 11, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EL SALVADOR
RTS35PZL
March 12, 2020
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) concerns, in San Salvador, El Salvador March 11, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EL SALVADOR
RTS35PZH
March 12, 2020
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) concerns, in San Salvador, El Salvador March 11, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EL SALVADOR
RTS35PZF
March 12, 2020
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Customers shop inside a wholesale store as El Salvador puts in measures due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) concerns, in San Salvador, El Salvador March 11, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
USA-COFFEE/ROASTERS
RTR48KMC
October 01, 2014
Dan Streetman, vice president of wholesale and coffee buyer for Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, pours a...
New York, UNITED STATES
Irving Farm Coffee Roasters buyer Dan Streetman pours a cup of coffee in Manhattan
Dan Streetman, vice president of wholesale and coffee buyer for Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, pours a cup of La Bendicion coffee from Nicaragua, at Irving Farm in the Manhattan borough of New York September 23, 2014. For the first time in three years, Streetman is buying coffee beans in bulk from Colombia, exploiting low comparative prices and reflecting new flexibility by U.S. roasters who had become over reliant on a single country for premium arabica. Streetman, the buyer for New York City-based specialty roaster and retailer Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, stopped ordering from the South American country in 2011 as disease devastated crops, supplies became erratic and prices soared. Instead he bought more from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Now, leaf rust fungus, known as roya, is threatening Central America's crops, lifting the cost for many of those grades above Colombia's for the first time in more than eight years, according to Reuters data on physical coffee prices, which are expressed as differentials above or below New York futures. To match story USA-COFFEE/ROASTERS Picture taken September 23, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE COMMODITIES)
USA-COFFEE/ROASTERS
RTR48KLC
October 01, 2014
Dan Streetman, vice president of wholesale and coffee buyer for Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, holds a...
New York, UNITED STATES
Irving Farm Coffee Roasters buyer Dan Streetman holds a handful of La Bendicion coffee beans in Manhattan...
Dan Streetman, vice president of wholesale and coffee buyer for Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, holds a handful of La Bendicion coffee beans from Nicaragua at Irving Farm in the Manhattan borough of New York September 23, 2014. For the first time in three years, Streetman is buying coffee beans in bulk from Colombia, exploiting low comparative prices and reflecting new flexibility by U.S. roasters who had become over reliant on a single country for premium arabica. Streetman, the buyer for New York City-based specialty roaster and retailer Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, stopped ordering from the South American country in 2011 as disease devastated crops, supplies became erratic and prices soared. Instead he bought more from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Now, leaf rust fungus, known as roya, is threatening Central America's crops, lifting the cost for many of those grades above Colombia's for the first time in more than eight years, according to Reuters data on physical coffee prices, which are expressed as differentials above or below New York futures. To match story USA-COFFEE/ROASTERS Picture taken September 23, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE COMMODITIES)
USA-COFFEE/ROASTERS
RTR48KKP
October 01, 2014
Dan Streetman, vice president of wholesale and coffee buyer for Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, poses for...
New York, UNITED STATES
Irving Farm Coffee Roasters buyer Dan Streetman poses at his office in Manhattan
Dan Streetman, vice president of wholesale and coffee buyer for Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, poses for a photo at his office in the Manhattan borough of New York September 23, 2014. For the first time in three years, Streetman is buying coffee beans in bulk from Colombia, exploiting low comparative prices and reflecting new flexibility by U.S. roasters who had become over reliant on a single country for premium arabica. Streetman, the buyer for New York City-based specialty roaster and retailer Irving Farm Coffee Roasters, stopped ordering from the South American country in 2011 as disease devastated crops, supplies became erratic and prices soared. Instead he bought more from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Now, leaf rust fungus, known as roya, is threatening Central America's crops, lifting the cost for many of those grades above Colombia's for the first time in more than eight years, according to Reuters data on physical coffee prices, which are expressed as differentials above or below New York futures. To match story USA-COFFEE/ROASTERS Picture taken September 23, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE COMMODITIES)
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