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View of coffee grains in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 12, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian coffee grower Gustavo Echeverry poses for a picture in a farm in Pueblo Rico next to Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 12, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A Colombian coffee grower works at a farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man smells coffee grains at a coffee cooperative in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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General view of Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia, where soft coffee is grown, on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis affects small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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View of a street of Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man works at a coffee cooperative in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man carries coffee bags at a cooperative in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man drinks coffee in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man works at a coffee cooperative in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis affects small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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View of a street of Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 11, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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General view of Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Detail of coffee in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019 - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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General view of coffee plantations in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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General view of coffee plantations in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A woman harvest coffeein Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man holds coffee grains at a farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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General view of coffee plantations in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis affects small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man harvests coffee in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis affects small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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People work in a coffee plantation in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A woman harvests coffe in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Employees rest after harvesting coffee in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man harvests coffee in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man carries a coffee bag at a farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian coffee grower works in the coffee process in a farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis affects small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A Colombian coffee grower works in the coffee process at a farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man harvesting coffee poses for a picture in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian coffee grower Gustavo Echeverry (L) works in the coffee process at a farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 5, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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General view of coffee plantations in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man harvests coffee in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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View of coffee in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019 - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man carries a coffee bag at a farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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People carry coffee bags at a farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man harvesting coffee poses for a picture in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Detail of coffee in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019 - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A traidtional car carrying coffee bags drives in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A man harvest coffeein Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 10, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian former coffee grower and now 'panelero' (brown sugarloaf producer) Gabriel Ochoa stands at his farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis affects small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian coffee grower Ramon Jimenez works works in the coffee production process at his farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian coffee grower Ramon Jimenez (R) speaks next to his son Javier (C) and grandchild Javier during an interview with AFP in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian former coffee grower and now 'panelero' (brown sugarloaf producer) Gabriel Ochoa stands at his farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian coffee grower Ramon Jimenez (L), and his son Javier (R) and grandchild Javier showshow coffee plants in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian coffee grower Ramon Jimenez (L), and his son Javier (R) and grandchild Javier walk in their farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Detail of coffee grains in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian former coffee grower and now 'panelero' (brown sugarloaf producer) Gabriel Ochoa (R) stands at his farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis is affecting small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Colombian former coffee grower and now 'panelero' (brown sugarloaf producer) Gabriel Ochoa (C) stands at his farm in Santuario municipality, Risaralda department, Colombia on May 9, 2019. - The coffee crisis affects small producers, many of which tend to disappear due to the 'paltry' international prices, and which May harvest was mostly sold at a loss. Colombia is the third largest producer of coffee, after Brazil and Vietnam and the first of the famous soft coffee, of higher quality. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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