On Sept. 26 Oxfam will issue a report on how a plethora of low-quality coffee beans have affected coffee farmers worldwide. The report calls on governments and companies to spend $100 million to eliminate 5 million bags of low-quality beans. The relief agency is also asking coffee buyers, including Kraft, Sara Lee, Procter & Gamble and Nestle, to pay sustainable prices to growers.

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