Export volumes of coffee-producing countries in January 2019

Coffee export volumes worldwide in January 2019, by leading countries (in 1,000 60-kilo sacks)

by M. Shahbandeh, last edited Mar 4, 2019
Export volumes of coffee-producing countries in January 2019 The statistic shows the ranking of coffee-exporting countries by number of 60-kilo sacks exported in January 2019. In that month, Brazil exported about million 60-kilo sacks of coffee.
Global coffee industry

Coffee is the second largest traded commodity (after oil) in the world. All coffee is grown in the global south of the world and is mostly consumed in the global north. Based on 2015 figures, the Netherlands had the highest per capita consumption of coffee.

With regard to market fundamentals, total coffee production increased from 133.99 million bags in 2010/11 to approximately 151.6 million bags in 2016/17. The origin of coffee can be traced back to 1000 AD to Ethiopia. Arab traders are thought to have brought it to North Africa, from where it spread to Asia and Europe. Coffee's spectacular rise as a commercial commodity started with large-scale plantations in Latin America in the late 18th century. By the 19th century, Brazil commanded more than 70 percent share of the world market. However not as dominant, Brazil remains the leading coffee producing country in the world today.

New consumption patterns have emerged with the growing importance of specialty, fair trade, organic and even 'bird-friendly' coffees. Coffee bar chains have spread dramatically, although the relative coffee content of the final consumption 'experience' in these outlets is extremely low. Coffee bar chains sell an ambience and a social positioning more than just 'good' coffee. The global coffee chain has gone through a 'latte revolution', where consumers can choose from hundreds of combinations of coffee variety, origin, brewing and grinding methods, flavoring, packaging and ambience. Retail coffee prices continue to rise and roasters are capturing increased profit margin while coffee farmers receive prices below the cost of production.
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Coffee export volumes worldwide in January 2019, by leading countries (in 1,000 60-kilo sacks)

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Export volume in thousand 60 kilo sacks
Brazil2,720
Vietnam3,290
Columbia1,057
India417
Peru258
Honduras888
Uganda402
Ethiopia234
Mexico180
Indonesia445
Export volume in thousand 60 kilo sacks
Brazil2,720
Vietnam3,290
Columbia1,057
India417
Peru258
Honduras888
Uganda402
Ethiopia234
Mexico180
Indonesia445
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by M. Shahbandeh, last edited Mar 4, 2019
The statistic shows the ranking of coffee-exporting countries by number of 60-kilo sacks exported in January 2019. In that month, Brazil exported about million 60-kilo sacks of coffee.
Global coffee industry

Coffee is the second largest traded commodity (after oil) in the world. All coffee is grown in the global south of the world and is mostly consumed in the global north. Based on 2015 figures, the Netherlands had the highest per capita consumption of coffee.

With regard to market fundamentals, total coffee production increased from 133.99 million bags in 2010/11 to approximately 151.6 million bags in 2016/17. The origin of coffee can be traced back to 1000 AD to Ethiopia. Arab traders are thought to have brought it to North Africa, from where it spread to Asia and Europe. Coffee's spectacular rise as a commercial commodity started with large-scale plantations in Latin America in the late 18th century. By the 19th century, Brazil commanded more than 70 percent share of the world market. However not as dominant, Brazil remains the leading coffee producing country in the world today.

New consumption patterns have emerged with the growing importance of specialty, fair trade, organic and even 'bird-friendly' coffees. Coffee bar chains have spread dramatically, although the relative coffee content of the final consumption 'experience' in these outlets is extremely low. Coffee bar chains sell an ambience and a social positioning more than just 'good' coffee. The global coffee chain has gone through a 'latte revolution', where consumers can choose from hundreds of combinations of coffee variety, origin, brewing and grinding methods, flavoring, packaging and ambience. Retail coffee prices continue to rise and roasters are capturing increased profit margin while coffee farmers receive prices below the cost of production.
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