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Brazil coffee exports fell 1.6% in March  to  3.44m  bags,  green coffee shipments down by 2.7%

Brazil Cepea coffee production

MILAN – In March, Brazil exported 3,438,538 coffee bags, including green, soluble, and roasted & ground coffee, slightly below (-1.6%) a record volume of 3,493,552 bags last year, reports Cecafé, the Brazilian Coffee Exporters Council in its monthly figures. Green coffee exports were down 2.7% to 3,067,947 bags.

Arabica shipments recorded a 6.3% decrease to 2,716,212 bags, while Robusta exports surged 38% to 351,735 bags.

Exports of processed coffee (mostly soluble) rose 8.6% to 370,591 bags.

Total exports for the first quarter of 2021 amounted to 11,014,871 bags up 10.4% from last year. Green coffee volumes reached 10,064,036, an 11.9% increase year-on-year.

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