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Colombian production flat in June at 956,000 bags

However, in the last 12 months, it fell 13% from 12.3 million bags to 10.7 million as a result of climate variables that affect coffee production, which were not favourable for the flowering and fruit filling processes in the country’s coffee regions

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BOGOTÁ, Colombia – Registered coffee production in Colombia, the world’s largest producer of mild washed Arabica, rose 1% in June from 951,000 60-kg bags in 2022 to 956,000 bags in the same month of 2023, reports the National Federation of Coffee Growers (FNC).

However, in the last 12 months, it fell 13% from 12.3 million bags to 10.7 million as a result of climate variables that affect coffee production, which were not favourable for the flowering and fruit filling processes in the country’s coffee regions.

From July 2022 to June 2023, coffee exports reached 10.5 million bags, down 16% from the volume seen a year earlier.

Preliminary figure estimated by the FNC for calculating monthly coffee production, subject to changes. The final data is calculated from the foreign trade information regularly published by the National Directorate of Taxes and Customs (DIAN).

Coffees from 23 Colombian departments are present at World of Coffee in Athens, Greece. In 2023, the participation of Café de Colombia in world expos highlights the variety of origins, Colombian coffee attributes, cup profiles, and coffee production 365 days a year, all framed within the slogan Land of Many Origins.

Participation in international coffee fairs makes Colombia visible as a the world’s leading producer of mild coffee in the world.

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