Global coffee production seen rising slightly to nearly 170 million bags in 2020/21; consumption seen rising faster

Total global production in coffee year 2020/21 is estimated to rise by 0.4% to 169.60 million bags, with Arabica production increasing by 2.3% to 99.24 million bags, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) said in its latest monthly report. World coffee consumption, its said, is projected to increase by 1.9% to 167.58 million bags in 2020/21 […]

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Indonesia’s coffee output forecast to fall to 10.63 million bags on lower yields

Indonesia’s 2021/22 coffee production is forecast to decline by 70,000 (60 kilogram) bags to 10.63million bags due to lower Robusta yields in highland areas and lower Arabica yields during the firstharvest period, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said in a report. Area is expected to remain stable at 1.2 million hectares, with Sumtra island […]

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India’s coffee output seen up 5% in 2021/22 on higher yields

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India’s coffee production in the 2021/22 marketing year (Oct/Sep) is expected to increase by 5 percent to5.41 million 60-kilogram bags, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)said in a report. Above normal pre-monsoon rains coupled with expectations of a normal monsoon are expected to improve yields, especially for Robusta in major growing regions, it said, adding […]

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Indian coffee exporters unable to cash in on high global prices of coffee

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International prices of coffee have gone up by almost 35 per cent while in India, the price rise has been subdued at 15 per cent. Global coffee prices have trended higher over the past three weeks, with arabica posting a five-month high and robusta coffee climbing to an eighteen-month high last week. Prices of robusta stood at $1,430 […]

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Prices of world’s most popular coffee variety Arabica fell for second straight month in May: ICO

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Prices of the world’s most widely consumed coffee variety, Arabica, fell for the second straight month in May amid expectations of a larger crop in Brazil and the ongoing Covid pandemic that has depressed consumer demand for a variety of products. According to the International Coffee Organisation’s (ICO) composite indicator, Arabica prices fell by 4.1% […]

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