Coffee Prices Rise For U.S. Consumers
Packages of Folgers and Dunkin Donuts coffee are displayed on a shelf at Cal-Mart Market on May 24, 2011 in San Francisco, California.  Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Your Folgers and Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee Just Got More Expensive

Jan 11, 2017

J. M. Smucker (sjm) said on Wednesday that it had raised prices of its packaged coffee products such as Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts by an average of 6 percent in the United States.

The biggest U.S coffee roaster said it had hiked prices in response to a sustained increases in green coffee costs.

Arabica coffee futures rose to the highest level in almost six weeks on Tuesday, boosted by index fund buying, after major a Brazilian coffee exporter forecast smaller arabica and robusta crops for 2017-18.

Last June, when there were ample supplies from Brazil, Smucker had cut retail prices on Folgers and Dunkin' Brands Group Inc's Dunkin' Donuts coffees by 6 percent.

Smucker said on Wednesday that its K-Cup pods were excluded from the price increase. The company is licensed to make packaged coffee and K-cup pods for Dunkin' Donuts.

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