LONDON, June 26 (Reuters) – futures were marginally greater on Friday as the market consolidated right after rebounding from a more than one particular-calendar year low set early this 7 days, when sugar and coffee prices eased.COCOA* September London cocoa LCCc2 was up 1 pound, or .1%, at 1,765 lbs a tonne at 1159 GMT.* The market has regained some floor this 7 days following a extended slide which observed selling prices slump to a additional than one-12 months low of 1,660 kilos on Monday.* Sluggish demand and an anticipated increase in production in the impending 2020/21 year continued to provide a bearish backdrop.* “Cocoa appears poised to consolidate in the very in the vicinity of long run but we hope selling prices to keep on being weak this calendar year and to head reduced from latest stages in the coming quarters,” Fitch Alternatives stated in a note.* September New York cocoa CCc2 rose $9, or .4%, to $2,395 a tonne.SUGAR* July uncooked sugar was down .15 cents, or 1.3%, at 11.66 cents for every lb.* Dealers explained the expiry of the July contract on Tuesday was furnishing a short-term concentrate with a fairly modest delivery anticipated subsequent the new decrease in open interest.* They mentioned the new fall in the whites premium indicated that any short-term tightness had eased.* August white sugar fell $10.10, or 2.8%, to $346.50 a tonne.Coffee* September arabica espresso KCc2 fell .65 cents, or .7%, to 95.15 cents per lb.* Rates may well request a support zone of 87.60 to 91.10 cents for each lb upcoming quarter and could stay all around this range or bounce reasonably in the direction of $1.08 just before dropping once again, Reuters specialized analyst Wang Tao reported. September robusta espresso LRCc2 fell $6, or .5%, to $1,148 a tonne.