found this, but i see your point about jo, i now see it's a coffee futures fund. don't worry, we'll send duy flying over brazil with a load of 'Hemileia Vastatrix' to spray the mountainsides.
//Should the potential investors of both Starbucks and Dunkin' Brands worry about the recent downtrend in coffee prices? Although the price drop is significant, it should have little to no effect of the prices such companies as Starbucks, Green Mountain and Dunkin' pay since most of their coffee is purchased from suppliers through fixed-price commitments. These fixed-price commitments alleviate the risk that goes hand-in-hand with any sudden rise or fall of contract-based transactions.//
i would worry if i was buying/gambling on coffee commodity options/futures, but this should be good news for the retailers. cheaper coffee means they can lower per cup prices and sell more cups/more profits, right? even i might start drinking starfux.