World 2020/21 coffee production revised upwards to 175.8 million bags – USDA

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has revised world production of coffee up by 300,000 bags from the December 2020 estimate to 175.8 million.

  • Brazil is up 2.0 million bags to 69.9 million, largely due to updated data for Arabica output.
  • Uganda is revised 1.2 million bags higher to 6.0 million largely due to increased area.
  • Peru is lowered 1.1 million bags to 3.4 million on updated area and yield data.
  • Cote d’Ivoire is reduced 700,000 bags to 1.1 million on lower yields.

World bean exports are raised 2.8 million bags to 120.3 million.

  • Brazil is raised 4.0 million bags to 41.0 million on higher exportable supplies.
    Peru is down 900,000 bags to 3.3 million on reduced exportable supplies.
  • Vietnam is lowered 800,000 bags to 23.0 million on slower shipments to the European Union
    and United States.
  • Cote d’Ivoire is reduced 600,000 bags to 900,000 bags on lower exportable supplies.

World ending stocks are lowered 1.4 million bags to 39.9 million.

  • Brazil is lowered 1.3 million bags to 4.0 million on higher shipments.
  • European Union is revised 1.6 million bags higher to 16.1 million on updated data
  • The United States is down 600,000 bags to 6.4 million on lower‐than‐anticipated consumption.

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