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December 20, 2015
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt in a coffee warehouse in Santos...
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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