Coffee Bean Industry 2022

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Global Coffee Bean Industry 2022‑2026

  • 262 reports

  • Cocoa Production, Cocoa Price, Crop Production, Coffee Bean Price…
  • 8 statistics

  • Coffee Production…
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Ugandan Coffee Bean Industry 2022‑2026

  • 134 reports

  • Crop Production, Cotton Production, Maize Yield, Banana Yield…
  • 6 statistics

  • Coffee Production…
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Indian Coffee Bean Industry 2022‑2026

  • 66 reports

  • Crop Production, Peppers Price, Coffee Bean Price, Beans Import…
  • 8 statistics

  • Coffee Production…
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Tanzanian Coffee Bean Industry 2022‑2026

  • 41 reports

  • Maize Price, Cashew Export, Cotton Price, Beans Price…
  • 6 statistics

  • Coffee Production…
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Vietnamese Coffee Bean Industry 2022‑2026

  • 33 reports

  • Crop Production, Beans Import, Vegetables Production, Beans Export…
  • 8 statistics

  • Coffee Production…
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Brazilian Coffee Bean Industry 2022‑2026

  • 31 reports

  • Beans Import, Beans Export, Cocoa Production, Cocoa Price…
  • 6 statistics

  • Coffee Production…
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Chinese Coffee Bean Industry 2022‑2026

  • 35 reports

  • Coffee Bean Sales, Cassava Price, Sugar Production, Coffee Bean Price…
  • 8 statistics

  • Coffee Production…
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Colombian Coffee Bean Industry 2022‑2026

  • 21 reports

  • Cocoa Production, Banana Production, Coffee Bean Export, Beans Import…
  • 8 statistics

  • Coffee Production…

Top insights for Coffee Bean Markets:

Italy: In 2018, Italian green coffee bean imports reached a volume of 606 thousand tonnes at €1.3 billion in value, after growing at an average annual rate of 3.2% in volume and 3.4% in value between 2014 and 2018.

Europe: imports are forecast down 500,000 bags to 48.5 million and account for over 40 percent of the world's coffee bean imports.

Vietnam: In terms of production, the 2016 coffee bean production reached about 1.5 million tons.

Among traditional crops, coffee continues to be the backbone of many rural communities in Central America, especially Honduras, which is the largest producer in the CAC. From 1990 to 2012, the supply of coffee increased significantly due to the attractive prices of the coffee bean on international markets but has since declined due to La Roya (leaf rust) and low prices.

The coffee bean (HS code 0901) imports to Japan increased from 416,845 metric tons in 2014 to 442,311 metric tons in 2015, up 6.1%.

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