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Coffee Trade Analysis - Segmented by Geography - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2020 - 2025)

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Brazil is the largest coffee exporter in the world, it exported around 20% of the total coffee to the world in  2016, worth USD 4.85 billion, whereas the United States is the largest importer of coffee, importing 1.5 million metric ton of coffee in 2016. Total coffee exports worldwide, dropped from 8.8 million metric ton to 8.6 million metric ton from 2014 to 2016, showing a decreasing growth trend of 1.4%. Apart from Brazil, some other significant exporters on the global level include Vietnam, Colombia, and Germany with 17.8%, 8.6%, and 6.6% shares respectively of the total coffee exports worldwide.

Demand for Coffee is Exceeding World Production

The overall demand for coffee, for the three consecutive years 2014, 2015, and 2016, was reported to exceed worldwide production as per the International Coffee Organization. The world production of coffee for the same duration was 148.7 million bags in 2014, 151.4 million bags in 2015, and 151.6 million bags in 2016.

United States is the Largest Importer

The United States is the world’s largest importer of coffee, it imported of 1.5 million metric ton of coffee in 2016, which was worth USD 5.74 billion. Some of the important importing countries of US coffee are Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, and Vietnam. In 2015, the United States imported about 30% of its coffee from Brazil, 21% from Colombia, and 13% from Vietnam. Furthermore, most of the coffee imports in the country are in the form of green coffee beans.

                                                

Coffee and Climate Change

Rising global temperature and changing climate conditions are some of the most significant threats for coffee producers worldwide. As far as Arabica coffee production is concerned, changing climatic conditions is the worst threat for coffee farmers because its plantation requires specific ecological and meteorological conditions for the production of quality coffee beans. Also, rising temperatures can severely reduce the area for coffee plantation globally.   

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