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Nearly ten years of coffee TOP10 production changes

  • Author:E-BON
  • Source:E-BON
  • Release on:2018-09-29

Brazil is the world's largest coffee producer with a coffee supply of 40% of the world's total. Most of Brazil's coffee plantations are located in the three states of Minas Gerais, S?o Paulo and Parana, where the climate and temperature are ideal for coffee production. Vietnam is the second largest coffee producer in the world, accounting for 20% of global supply. Coffee exports are an important part of the Vietnamese economy, and a large part of the country’s population lives on coffee production.

According to the monitoring data of the International Coffee Organization, the changes in production of the top ten coffee producing countries since 2010 have shown two different developments. Compared with 2010, the output of Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia, Indonesia, Honduras, Ethiopia, and Peru increased overall in 2017, with Vietnam, Colombia and Honduras growing faster; among the top ten producers. Mexico and Guatemala's production in 2017 was down from 2010.

Comparison of production of the world's top ten coffee producing countries in 2017

Judging from the coffee production of the world's top ten coffee producing countries in 2017, Brazil's production reached 51,500 kilobags, although it is still lower than 2016, it still leads the world; in 2017, Vietnam's output reached 28,500,000 bags, an increase of about 12%; the production of Colombia and Indonesia in the top ten producing countries also exceeded 10,000 bags, reaching 14 million bags and 10.8 million bags respectively. The rest of the country's output is between 3,500 and 8,500 thousand bags.

Comparison of exports of the world's top ten coffee producing countries in 2017

From the changes in the export coffee of the world's top ten coffee producing countries in 2010-2017, among the top ten coffee exporting countries, the export production of Ethiopia, Guatemala and Mexico decreased in 2017 compared with 2010. In addition, the export production of the remaining seven countries has achieved varying degrees of growth. Among them, Vietnam, Golen Graduation and Honduras have the fastest growth in export production.

Specifically, from the comparison of coffee export production in the world's top ten coffee exporting countries in 2017, Brazil's export production reached 31,000 kilobags, still ahead of other major countries in the world; in 2017, Vietnam's export production reached 26,000 kilobags. It can be seen that Vietnam's coffee exports show a rapid growth trend; in addition, only Colombia's export production exceeds 10,000 bags, and the rest of the country's export production is between 1500-8000 thousand bags.

Brazil vs Vietnam: Vietnam's growth is more obvious

From the comparison of 2010 and 2017 data of Brazil and Vietnam, the two largest coffee producers and exporters in the world, both production and export production have increased compared with 2010, while Vietnam’s growth is even more Obviously, especially in 2017, the export production of the two is very close. This is related to the large domestic consumer demand in Brazil.

According to relevant data, 86% of Brazilian food and beverage businesses offer coffee to customers. Most of the coffee is free, and only some merchants charge. Sodexo, a Brazilian folk food investigation agency, also pointed out that the Brazilian people's love for coffee is reflected in their daily lives. Most Brazilian coffee shops, bakeries and even restaurants offer coffee to customers. According to data released by the Brazilian Coffee Industry Association (Abic) in May 2018, Brazil has become the second largest coffee consumer in the world after the United States.