Thursday 09 February 2023

Brazil coffee exports surged to a record value of US$ 9.2B in 2022 despite a 3.1% decrease in volume

Coffee exports for calendar year 2022 fell 3.1% to 39,350,256 bags. Green coffee exports reached a total of 35,577,553 bags or a 2.6% decrease over 2021. Arabica volumes rose 3.9% to 34,076,897 bags, whilst Robusta shipments were 60% down to about 1.5 million bags. The United States remained the main destination for Brazilian coffee exports last year, with 7,985 million bags sold, followed by Germany (4.2%), Italy (+13.7%), Belgium (+2.7%) and Japan (-25.5%)

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MILAN – Brazil coffee exports fell sharply in December. According to Cecafé’s monthly data, exports of all forms of coffee recorded a 17.9% drop compared to the same month of 2021 to 3,195,036 bags. Green coffee exports were 16.6% down to 2,864,638 bags of which 2.8 million of Arabica (-14.6%).

Robusta shipments nosedived to 55,490 bags compared to 143,443 bags in 2021 (-61.3%) and a record volume of 384,365 in 2020.

Sales abroad of processed coffee (mostly soluble) also fell 28.2% to 330,398 bags.

Coffee exports for calendar year 2022 fell 3.1% to 39,350,256 bags.

Green coffee exports reached a total of 35,577,553 bags or a 2.6% decrease over 2021. Arabica volumes rose 3.9% to 34,076,897 bags, whilst Robusta shipments were 60% down to about 1.5 million bags.

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