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Alarming Percentage of the World's Wild Coffee Species at Risk of Extinction

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Alarming Percentage of the World's Wild Coffee Species at Risk of Extinction

Alarming Percentage of the World's Wild Coffee Species at Risk of Extinction

Sixty percent of the world’s wild coffee species are threatened with extinction.

Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

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