In this issue’s feature article, we sit down with Konrad Brits, founder and CEO of Falcon Coffees, to explore the seemingly inexorable trends of sustainability, traceability and transparency in the green coffee supply chain.

Also in this issue, John Harms and Nick Martone look at the changing contours of frac sand production and distribution. In another article, Raja Khuri discusses how the imminent disappearance of LIBOR will affect credit markets in future years. Finally, Jay Foraker provides a summary of how the Brexit process could alter the trading patterns between the U.S. and U.K. that have remained consistent for much of the postwar period.

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