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A cup of latte is pictured at a cafe in Sydney May 12, 2014. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has said the chances this year of the much-feared El Nino phenomenon that can wreak havoc on global crops stands at 70 percent. El Nino, a warming of sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific, can trigger both floods and drought in different parts of the globe and erratic weather could affect the development of coffee cherries and cocoa pods around the world, pushing up prices.   REUTERS/Jason Reed  (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES AGRICULTURE) - RTR3OPM6

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