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Brazilian coffee consumption is 6 times more than the global average

The well-known consulting firm Euromonitor International pointed out that Brazilians are well-known for their enthusiasm for coffee. In 2018, Brazil's per capita coffee consumption was 818 cups, which is equivalent to six times the global per capita coffee consumption. Stainless Steel Mearsuring Cup supplier china.




The Brazilian website “olivre” reported that according to the Brazilian Coffee Industry Association (ABIC), between November 2017 and November 2018, Brazilian coffee consumption increased by 4.8% compared with the same period of the previous year. The quantity is second only to the United States. Stainless Steel Colander supplier china.




Analysts pointed out that due to the economic recovery and changes in Brazilian coffee consumption habits, Brazil's domestic coffee consumption will continue to increase at a rate of 3.5% per year by 2021. China Stainless Steel Bar Tools supplier.




In terms of exports, Brazil’s total coffee exports in 2018 were 35.15 million bags, an increase of 13.7% compared with the previous year, of which arábica exports were 30.86 million bags, Robusta. The export volume reached 4.29 million bags. In addition to the change in the price of the US dollar against the black Austrian, the increase in exports is also attributed to the bumper harvest of Brazilian coffee beans in 2018.