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The introduction of the Euro and an economic slowdown are at the root of a close to 5% slowdown in German retail coffee sales January and February 2002, according to the country's third largest roaster said on Wednesday. Hermann Arnold, CEO of Melitta Kaffee GmbH said March and April German retail coffee sales will be down on the year but could not stipulate a precise figure on the fall.


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