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Hawaii is the only state in the U.S. with climatic conditions necessary for growing coffee. The combination of rich volcanic soil, a year-round warm climate and abundant rainfall adds up to an ideal environment.
From 1850 to 1900 coffee was Hawaii's biggest agricultural crop. Sugar cane and pineapple came onto the scene early in the twentieth century and, because they were easier to grow and less labor intensive, most coffee acreage was converted to these new crops. Hawaiian coffee was traditionally grown on small, independent farms. Recently, however, relatively large plantations have been supplying the bulk of the crop.
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