Sugar was higher as the Brazilian real strengthened against the U.S. dollar and as traders talked of Brazil harvest delays from recent rains. Scattered showers are now reported in production areas of Brazil.
Coffee was lower, with London the lead to the down side on what appeared to be speculative long liquidation. The lack of Robusta supplies for the short term had supported the London market until yesterday.
Orange juice closed lower as the weather stays tranquil in Florida. The market is keeping in a range as there will be less production this year due to greening disease and some unfavorable weather earlier in the year.
Cocoa closed higher in response to very strong grind data from the EU. TThe strong demand combined with ideas of short production this year was more tan enough to keep the rally going yesterday and should be enough to keep prices strong for at lest the near term.