MILAN – Brazil shipped almost 40 million 60-kg bags of all forms of coffee in 2019/2020 crop-year, which lasted from July 2019 to June 2020, reports the Council of Coffee Exporters of Brazil (Cecafé) in its monthly figures released on Monday. It is the second-highest amount on record following last year’s all-time of 41.4 million bags.
Green coffee exports amounted to to 35.9 million, down 4% on year. Shipments of Arabica fell to 31.5 million, or a 6.8% decrease over year, while Robusta exports reached a record high of 4,4 million, up 22.7% from the previous crop year.
Exports of processed coffee (mostly soluble) were flat on year at 4 million bags.
Total exports fetched US$5.1 billion, with price per bag averaging USD 128.04. Arabica coffee accounted for 78.8% of total exports, with Robusta making up 11.1% and soluble coffee at 10%.
Brazilian coffee exports were down 9.8% in June to 2.8 million bags worth US$327.5 million.
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