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I think we did not mean to blame you or other producers for any wrongdoing.
Maybe too much openness is sometimes counter-productive in this kind of business.
BTW, I just talked with a good friend of mine who happens to works in a US company here in my small European country,
and they have machine for coffee (hugely popular) that servers Brazilian type from a local shop (roaster?).
Prices recalculated to USD per 100g for normal customer are:
Brasilia Cup of Excellence 5,40 USD
100% arabica Fazenda Sertao, Carmo Des Mias, Matiqueria
Brasilia Cerrado Dulce / Facenda Fernando Costa 3,60 USD
100% arabica Fazenda Chapadao, Cerrado / Bahia
Compared to a well known Italian blends in grocery stores, it is about the same price level.
Cheaper non-Brazilian coffee roasted in UK for Tesco finest is about half that price, though.
Best regards and good luck with your business