Coffee Glut Brews Crisis for Farmers, Wildlife

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: April 24, 2003   View Article

For many people a coffee crisis occurs when there are no beans left in the kitchen to brew a pot of the morning elixir, forcing a half-awake stumble to the nearest coffee shop on a quest for a jolt of caffeine.

On a global scale the crisis is the opposite: There are too many beans.

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