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World Coffee Bean Exports

World Coffee Bean Exports


        Total arabica and robusta coffee exports increased by 738,485 bags (60-kilo bags) or 9,21% from 8,019,018 bags on June 10, 2010 to 8,757,503 on June 10, 2011 by Exporting Countries (ICO, 2011).  Out of 54 exporting countries, 19 of them  increased their coffee exports. They are as followings – from largest increase to smallest increase: country (Arabica/Robusta; quantity of increase; percentage):
(1) Brazil (A/R; 515,124 ; 24.09),
(2) Vietnam (R; 289,909; 28.70)
(3) India (A/R; 247,474; 58.57),
(4) Uganda (R/A; 135,968; 57.87),
(5) Mexico (A; 99,243; 50.84),
(6) El Salvador (A; 63,462; 94.84),
(7) Guatemala (A; 40,906; 10.35),
(8) Ecuador (A/R; 33,059; 39.23),
(9) Tanzania (A/R; 21,985; 98.67),
(10) Burundi (A; 20,252; 1,158.58),
(11) Kenya (A; 16,359; 37.49),
(12) Papua New Guinea (A/R; 15,583; 13.07),
(13) Dominican Republic (A; 5,303; 138.21),
(14) Thailand (R; 3,500; 24.14),
(15) Rwanda (A; 2,321; 13.13),
(16) Congo, Dem. Rep. of (R/A; 1,422; 11.31),
(17) Malawi (A; 492; 96.85),
(18) Zimbabwe (A; 352; 54.32), 
(19) Jamaica (A; 322; 19.19).

        Out of 54 exporting countries, 25 of them  decreased their coffee exports. They are as followings – from largest decrease to smallest decrease: country (Arabica/Robusta; quantity of decrease; percentage):

(1) Indonesia (R/A; -150,000; -30.00),
(2) Ethiopia (A; -114,462; -26.03),
(3) Nicaragua (A; -107,014; -48.18),
(4) Côte d'Ivoire (R; -93,548; -45.35),
(5) Colombia (A; -72,296; -11.15),
(6) Cameroon (R/A; -69,232; -51.58),
(7) Peru (A; -50,389; -14.38),
(8) Togo (R; -24,258; -66.90),
(9) Honduras (A; -22,270; -5.32),
(10) Costa Rica (A; -15,440; -10.93),
(11) Central African Republic (R; -12,987; -83.22),
(12) Madagascar (R; -3,319; -39.90),
(13) Guinea (R; -3,182; -8.33),
(14) Yemen (A; -2,632; -72.47),
(15) Sierra Leone (R; -2,341; -43.83),
(16) Ghana (R; -2,061; -67.33),
(17) Venezuela, Bol. Rep. of (A; -1,570; -75.85),
(18) Bolivia (A; -1,003; -25.06),
(19) Angola (R; -435; -30.31),
(20) Panama (A; -387; -6.06),
(21) Haiti (A; -339; -57.56),
(22) Cuba (A; -293; -100.00);
(23) Timor-Leste (A; -38; -1.86),
(24) Nigeria (R; -24; -100.00),
(25) Liberia (R; -7; -100.00).

Coffee berry borer Hypothenemus hampei infections can be one reason for the decreasing production. You can read it on the page Coffee is on the Way to Death.
Kind regards,

Dr. Sabam Malau
NSCF Chairman