MILAN – Coffee exports from Brazil fell 10.4% on year to 3,038,164 bags during July, reports Cecafé in its latest monthly report. Despite this sharp fall, this is the second-highest volume on record for the month of July.
Foreign exchange revenue reached US$356.76 million, equivalent to R$1.88 billion (an increase of 22.3% in BRL compared to June 2019 for an average price per bag of US$117.43.
Regarding the varieties shipped in the month, 74.4%% of exports were Arabica; 14.7% Robusta and 10.9% soluble coffee.
Green coffee exports were 11% down on year to 2,705,358 bags, of which 2,258,932 of Arabica (-7,4%) and 446,426 of Robusta (-25.8%). Exports of processed coffee (mostly soluble) fell 5% to 332,806 bags.
In the year to July 2020, Brazil coffee exports totalled 22,942,451 bags, also setting the second historical record for the period.
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