Some currencies depend on commodities. An wellknown case in point is the CAD, which normally moves up, when the oilprice and metalprices go up, and moves down when they return.

According to some experts, the hard commodities like metals have finished their uptrend. But they also say the soft commodities (cotton, cacao, coffee, grain, beef, etc) have still old low prices, and they should go up, when countries like China and India will begin to work with more and a lot of them.

So I am wondering which currency is linked to all those soft commodities. Brasil and coffee is one instance, but does somebody knows another instance?