MILAN – Exports of all forms of coffee from Brazil were 11.8% lower on year in January at 3,226,441 bags, reports the Coffee Exporters Association in Brazil (Cecafé) in its monthly figures. On the other hand, revenues reached an all-time high for the month of over $700 million.
Green coffee exports fell 14.1% to 2,905,342 bags. Arabica shipments recorded a 10.3% decrease to 2,816,249 bags.
Robusta shipments went sharply down (-63.2%) to 89,093 bags. Exports of processed coffee (mostly soluble) bucked the trend with a 15.6% increase over year to 321,099 bags.
Cumulative exports for the first seven months of the current July 2021 to June 2022 Brazil coffee year stood at 22,872,285, or 19.4% less than in the equivalent period of 2020/21.
Green coffee exports were 21.8% down at 20,348,796 bags, of which 18,448,740 (-19.7%) of Arabica and 1,900,056 (-37.3%) of Robusta.
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