United States                                   Department of                                   Agriculture               ...
Decade in Review          In the last decade, world production has                                        Brazil and Vietn...
2011/12 Production Forecast          World coffee production for 2011/12 is forecast at 135.0 million bags, down just 2.9 ...
Coffee: ICO Average Composite Indicator Price                    Jan.       Feb.    Mar.     Apr.      May      June      ...
Table 01 Coffee World Production, Supply and Distribution                                                                 ...
Table 01A Coffee Production, Consumption and Ending Stocks                                                                ...
Table 01B Green Coffee Bean Exports and Imports                                                                  Thousand ...
Table 02A Green Coffee Bean Production                                                                     Thousand 60-Kil...
Table 02B Arabica Coffee Production                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogr...
Table 02C Robusta Coffee Production                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogr...
Table 03A Total Coffee Exports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram Ba...
Table 03B Green Coffee Bean Exports                                                                  Thousand 60-Kilogram ...
Table 03C Soluble Coffee Exports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram ...
Table 04A Total Coffee Imports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram Ba...
Table 04B Green Coffee Bean Imports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogr...
Table 04C Soluble Coffee Imports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram ...
Coffee USDA junho/11
Coffee USDA junho/11
Coffee USDA junho/11
Coffee USDA junho/11
Coffee USDA junho/11
Coffee USDA junho/11
Coffee USDA junho/11
Coffee USDA junho/11
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  1. 1. United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service Coffee: Circular Series June 2011 World Markets and Trade World Coffee Production to Again Outpace Consumption, but . . . Prices Higher as Stocks Remain Tight 140 50 250 May 2011 135 230 45 210 130 40 190 Million 60 Kilogram Bags Million 60 Kilogram Bags 125 170 U.S. Cents per Pound 35 120 150 30 115 130 25 110 110 90 105 20 70 100 15 50 02/03 03/04 04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 11/12 F 02/03 03/04 04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 11/12 F Production Consumption Ending Stocks Price International Coffee Organization Composite Price, May AverageWorld coffee production in 2011/12 is forecast to outpace consumption for a second consecutive year,although ending stocks are expected to remain tight. Production is forecast to decline a moderate 2.9million bags, whereas previous down years have declined as much as 16 million bags. However, stocksare forecast to remain at diminished levels, leaving little cushion should there be a supply problem. Inresponse to the multi-year stocks drawdown, prices have spiked. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Approved by the World Agricultural Outlook Board/USDA
  2. 2. Decade in Review In the last decade, world production has Brazil and Vietnam Lead Production Growth expanded by 23.5 million bags (21 percent), with Brazil and Vietnam 140 accounting for virtually all of the gain. Vietnam The other 50 producing countries have 120 been mostly flat, with growth in some Million 60 Kilogram Bags countries largely being offset by losses 100 in others. For example, Nicaragua, Honduras, Peru and Indonesia Brazil experienced growth in excess of 1 80 million bags during this period, but declines of similar caliber occurred in 60 Cote d’Ivoire and Colombia. Production in just the last few years has fallen in certain countries because of 40 Other pests, diseases and/or poor weather. Also, output has been affected by tree 20 renovation programs recently implemented in several countries. - Arabica and Robusta production have 2001/02 2011/12 F increased by nearly equal amounts in the last decade, expanding 11.9 million and 11.6 million bags, respectively. As a Brazil Dominates Arabica Vietnam and Brazil Account result, the ratio has not changed Expansion, While . . . For Nearly All Robusta Growth 90 60 significantly from 60 percent Arabica to 40 percent Robusta. The vast majority 80 of the Arabica growth has come from 50 Brazil, with gains in Honduras, Peru and 70 Brazil Nicaragua partially offset by losses in Brazil Million 60 Kilogram Bags Million 60 Kilogram Bags Colombia, India and Costa Rica. Nearly 60 40 two-thirds of the Robusta gain has been from Vietnam and one-third from 50 Brazil. 30 Vietnam 40 Stocks have been cut nearly in half in the last decade and their location has 30 20 shifted. Initially, top consuming Other countries were balanced with top 20 10 Other producing countries at about 40 percent. The United States, Europe and Japan are 10 forecast to account for 70 percent with - - Brazil, Vietnam and Colombia holding just 25 percent. 2001/02 2011/12 F 2001/02 2011/12 FForeign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  3. 3. 2011/12 Production Forecast World coffee production for 2011/12 is forecast at 135.0 million bags, down just 2.9 million as Brazil enters the off-year of the biennial Arabica production cycle. Record Robusta crops in Brazil and Vietnam, combined with Colombia’s continued recovery, are expected to soften the decline. Brazil’s Robusta harvest is forecast to jump 1.8 million bags to a record 14.5 million as favorable weather conditions and good crop management benefited fruit setting and development in the State of Espirito Santo, where nearly 75 percent is grown. Production during the previous two Record Robusta Crop Forecast for Brazil 15 seasons suffered from weather related problems during the blossoming period, 12 making the year-over-year growth all the Million 60 Kilogram Bags more dramatic. The Arabica crop is forecast to drop 7.1 million bags to 34.7 9 million during the off-year of the biennial cycle, a normal amount as 6 compared to recent periods. Strong blossoming, favorable weather and good 3 crop management supported ideal cherry setting and development. As a result, 0 total production is forecast to fall 5.3 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 F million bags to 49.2 million. Espirito Santo Other Vietnam is forecast to rise 1.9 million bags to a record 20.6 million as the rainy season arrived on time, resulting in a good flowering and fruit setting. High prices motivated many growers to irrigate in order to boost yields, while higher incomes encouraged some farmers to begin replacing low-yielding trees. Colombia is forecast to recover 1 million bags to 10.5 million. High prices combined with government support encouraged many growers to apply more fertilizer, pesticides and fungicides in order to improve yields. However, the crop is still short of the five-year average of 11.8 million produced prior to shortfalls caused by coffee rust and the coffee cherry borer. The ongoing tree renovation program has also cut into yields. Indonesia is forecast down 1.4 million bags to 7.9 million as higher-than-average rainfall during flowering damaged the bloom in many areas. India is forecast to slip 300,000 bags to 4.8 million mainly because Robusta areas experienced uneven rainfall during the bloom period, which is expected to lower yields. Mexico is forecast at 3.7 million bags, unchanged from last year’s low production, as dry conditions in certain areas adversely affected the bloom. For further information, please contact Tony Halstead at 202-720-4620, or send an email to Tony.Halstead@fas.usda.gov Users can find the release schedule and generate the full USDA Production, Supply and Distribution (PSD) dataset for reporting countries by accessing the following link: http://www.fas.usda.gov/psdonline/psdHome.aspxForeign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  4. 4. Coffee: ICO Average Composite Indicator Price Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. --------Cents per pound-------- ICO Composite: 2001 49.19 49.39 48.52 47.31 49.38 46.54 43.07 42.77 41.17 42.21 44.24 43.36 2002 43.46 44.30 49.49 50.19 47.30 45.56 44.70 42.79 47.96 50.79 54.69 51.68 2003 54.04 54.07 49.61 51.87 53.19 48.90 50.89 52.22 54.10 51.72 49.81 52.44 2004 58.69 59.87 60.80 58.80 59.91 64.28 58.46 56.98 61.47 61.10 67.74 77.72 2005 79.35 89.40 101.44 98.20 99.78 96.29 88.48 85.31 78.79 82.55 85.93 86.85 2006 101.20 97.39 92.76 94.20 90.00 86.04 88.57 95.78 95.98 95.53 103.48 108.01 2007 105.81 104.18 100.09 99.30 100.09 107.03 106.20 107.98 113.20 115.71 114.43 118.16 2008 122.33 138.82 136.17 126.55 126.76 130.51 132.78 131.14 126.69 108.31 107.88 103.07 2009 108.39 107.60 105.87 111.61 123.05 119.05 112.90 117.45 116.40 121.09 119.67 124.96 2010 126.85 123.37 125.30 126.89 128.10 142.20 153.41 157.46 163.61 161.56 173.90 184.26 2011 197.35 216.03 224.33 231.24 227.97 Source: International Coffee Organization (ICO). http://www.ico.org/historical/2000+/PDF/HIST-PRICES.pdf 1/ Average through the latest month.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDA June 2011Office of Global Analysis
  5. 5. Table 01 Coffee World Production, Supply and Distribution Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Beginning Arabica Robusta Production Imports Total Supply Exports Domestic Ending Total Exportable Stocks Production Production Consumption Stocks Distribution Production Coffee, Green 1977/78 25,667 54,430 15,920 70,724 627 97,018 48,755 18,828 29,435 97,018 52,233 1978/79 29,435 59,847 18,770 79,018 678 109,131 64,612 19,462 25,057 109,131 60,035 1979/80 25,057 62,302 19,207 81,906 653 107,616 62,130 19,963 25,523 107,616 62,283 1980/81 25,523 63,154 22,584 86,174 675 112,372 60,955 20,438 30,979 112,372 66,007 1981/82 30,979 75,132 22,396 98,023 755 129,757 65,359 20,556 43,842 129,757 77,771 1982/83 43,842 59,258 22,196 81,904 733 126,479 66,059 20,221 40,199 126,479 61,916 1983/84 40,199 70,459 17,905 88,801 606 129,606 68,191 20,577 40,838 129,606 68,490 1984/85 40,838 65,302 24,591 90,362 456 131,656 72,322 21,968 37,366 131,656 68,591 1985/86 37,366 71,299 23,998 95,750 397 133,513 70,478 21,220 41,815 133,513 74,777 1986/87 41,815 52,812 26,121 79,394 262 121,471 66,982 21,202 33,287 121,471 58,416 1987/88 33,287 78,985 23,810 103,170 296 136,753 67,504 21,075 48,174 136,753 82,310 1988/89 48,174 64,934 28,901 94,165 415 142,754 71,371 21,190 50,193 142,754 73,168 1989/90 50,193 69,118 27,542 96,958 258 147,409 83,402 20,995 43,012 147,409 76,157 1990/91 43,012 72,143 27,768 100,181 331 143,524 76,163 22,265 45,096 143,524 78,131 1991/92 45,096 73,980 29,809 104,064 291 149,451 80,887 22,266 46,298 149,451 81,950 1992/93 46,298 65,234 27,455 92,959 713 139,970 77,869 21,579 40,522 139,970 71,722 1993/94 40,522 65,052 27,146 92,406 585 133,513 76,284 22,928 34,301 133,513 69,764 1994/95 34,301 68,809 28,033 97,042 1,070 132,413 68,672 22,526 41,215 132,413 74,978 1995/96 41,215 61,394 27,372 88,946 1,079 131,240 74,103 24,049 33,088 131,240 65,393 1996/97 33,088 66,452 37,236 103,786 1,091 137,965 84,509 24,361 29,095 137,965 79,780 1997/98 29,095 64,712 32,940 97,687 1,220 128,002 77,939 25,180 24,883 128,002 72,986 1998/99 24,883 74,859 34,060 108,953 1,435 135,271 85,133 25,738 24,400 135,271 83,533 1999/00 24,400 73,200 40,323 113,553 1,303 139,256 92,733 25,648 20,875 139,256 88,064 2000/01 20,875 70,486 47,000 117,521 1,478 139,874 90,937 26,319 22,618 139,874 91,357 2001/02 22,618 68,199 43,289 111,518 6,974 141,110 88,292 27,611 25,207 141,110 84,157 2002/03 39,422 84,953 42,121 127,102 90,663 257,187 94,108 115,720 47,359 257,187 99,454 2003/04 47,359 66,540 44,185 110,750 90,698 248,807 90,071 119,391 39,345 248,807 80,601 2004/05 39,345 77,994 43,243 121,262 93,011 253,618 93,195 120,149 40,274 253,618 89,607 2005/06 40,274 69,802 46,894 116,721 92,195 249,190 92,829 125,107 31,254 249,190 84,653 2006/07 31,254 82,227 49,567 131,819 97,470 260,543 102,839 124,107 33,597 260,543 99,197 2007/08 33,597 73,145 48,583 121,753 96,809 252,159 96,479 127,033 28,647 252,159 88,620 2008/09 28,647 82,886 50,492 133,403 96,831 258,881 99,476 123,742 35,663 258,881 99,179 2009/10 35,663 74,379 52,377 126,781 99,581 262,025 101,736 135,871 24,418 262,025 91,901 2010/11 24,418 85,787 52,096 137,908 104,473 266,799 107,455 132,497 26,847 266,799 101,503 2011/12 26,847 80,125 54,896 135,046 100,574 262,467 102,123 133,957 26,387 262,467 98,112 Note: Prior to 2002/03, the database does not include import, consumption or stocks data for non-producing countries such as the United States, EU-27 and Japan.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  6. 6. Table 01A Coffee Production, Consumption and Ending Stocks Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Production none Brazil 46,700 39,100 53,300 44,800 54,500 49,200 Vietnam 19,500 18,000 16,980 18,500 18,725 20,600 Colombia 12,164 12,515 8,664 8,100 9,500 10,500 Indonesia 7,500 7,600 9,300 10,500 9,325 7,885 India 4,665 4,660 4,375 4,850 5,100 4,800 Ethiopia 4,036 3,906 3,650 4,000 4,400 4,500 Honduras 3,460 3,642 3,225 3,550 4,000 4,100 Guatemala 4,050 4,110 3,980 4,010 3,910 3,910 Peru 4,400 2,800 4,000 3,300 4,000 3,800 Mexico 4,500 4,350 4,550 4,150 3,700 3,700 Other 20,844 21,070 21,379 21,021 20,748 22,051 Total 131,819 121,753 133,403 126,781 137,908 135,046 Domestic Consumption none EU-27 44,555 45,885 41,815 51,880 44,925 46,600 United States 23,324 23,726 23,800 23,395 23,952 24,150 Brazil 16,720 17,390 18,030 18,760 19,500 20,100 Japan 7,315 7,060 7,025 7,035 7,250 7,125 Russia 4,410 4,520 3,455 4,075 4,100 3,975 Philippines 1,335 1,380 1,620 2,220 2,314 2,255 Canada 1,950 1,960 1,940 2,010 2,300 2,100 Algeria 1,825 2,025 2,045 2,060 2,050 2,025 Switzerland 1,490 1,710 1,800 1,950 2,200 2,000 Mexico 1,750 1,800 1,950 1,900 2,000 1,950 Other 19,433 19,577 20,262 20,586 21,906 21,677 Total 124,107 127,033 123,742 135,871 132,497 133,957 Ending Stocks none EU-27 12,900 12,775 16,325 10,850 13,000 12,000 Brazil 8,361 2,781 6,576 2,836 3,836 4,936 United States 5,700 5,600 5,333 4,250 4,800 4,500 Japan 2,160 1,960 2,050 1,850 2,250 1,950 Vietnam 244 1,747 2,307 1,140 895 970 Venezuela 480 370 330 380 315 340 Colombia 890 885 209 284 224 324 Switzerland 200 200 200 200 200 200 Norway 125 125 125 125 125 125 Cote dIvoire 202 130 128 173 123 123 Other 2,335 2,074 2,080 2,330 1,079 919 Total 33,597 28,647 35,663 24,418 26,847 26,387 Notes: Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  7. 7. Table 01B Green Coffee Bean Exports and Imports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Bean Exports none Brazil 26,185 23,770 28,396 26,580 30,630 24,930 Vietnam 18,740 15,600 15,430 18,425 17,550 19,000 Colombia 10,460 10,770 8,160 6,445 8,400 9,000 Indonesia 6,000 5,510 6,625 7,425 7,050 5,150 Guatemala 3,980 3,890 3,783 3,860 3,940 3,925 Honduras 3,370 3,440 3,050 3,200 4,000 3,925 Peru 4,200 2,660 3,830 3,150 3,825 3,650 Ethiopia 2,225 2,110 1,850 2,325 2,550 2,640 India 2,550 2,620 2,120 2,760 2,775 2,500 Uganda 1,840 2,160 2,770 2,290 1,900 2,100 Nicaragua 1,160 1,580 1,425 1,650 1,850 1,900 Cote dIvoire 1,710 1,550 1,180 1,755 1,550 1,700 El Salvador 1,320 1,580 1,506 1,215 1,575 1,450 Mexico 2,260 1,910 2,125 1,790 1,500 1,400 Costa Rica 1,582 1,588 1,410 1,200 1,350 1,390 Other 6,232 5,368 5,676 6,117 5,534 6,129 Total 93,814 86,106 89,336 90,187 95,979 90,789 Bean Imports none EU-27 44,370 43,550 43,350 44,280 45,000 43,500 United States 22,110 21,775 21,660 20,250 22,500 21,800 Japan 6,200 6,150 6,375 6,160 7,000 6,200 Canada 1,950 1,960 1,940 2,010 2,300 2,100 Algeria 1,825 2,025 2,045 2,060 2,050 2,025 Switzerland 1,490 1,710 1,800 1,950 2,200 2,000 Korea, South 1,400 1,550 1,680 1,705 2,000 1,900 Russia 960 970 1,240 1,430 1,450 1,475 Australia 900 920 950 1,040 1,075 1,100 Malaysia 730 660 650 960 850 850 Ecuador 130 210 310 650 700 750 China 300 300 320 425 575 675 Norway 650 590 610 580 725 600 Colombia 190 110 650 570 750 560 Argentina 510 490 480 500 515 525 Other 3,709 3,426 3,442 4,300 4,160 4,015 Total 87,424 86,396 87,502 88,870 93,850 90,075 Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For the United States, Canada and the EU-27, exports appear as zero in the database and the actual amount has been subtracted from imports to show net imports.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  8. 8. Table 02A Green Coffee Bean Production Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Production none Angola 35 30 30 30 25 25 Bolivia 152 140 135 140 135 140 Brazil 46,700 39,100 53,300 44,800 54,500 49,200 Burundi 287 209 250 300 250 275 Cameroon 835 695 650 590 615 590 Central African Republic 45 50 10 30 35 30 Colombia 12,164 12,515 8,664 8,100 9,500 10,500 Congo (Kinshasa) 280 315 300 305 285 290 Costa Rica 1,782 1,867 1,580 1,475 1,575 1,640 Cote dIvoire 2,447 2,098 1,853 2,350 2,100 2,300 Cuba 100 70 127 120 120 125 Dominican Republic 390 465 545 500 500 500 Ecuador 875 825 635 635 650 650 El Salvador 1,400 1,650 1,550 1,300 1,700 1,525 Ethiopia 4,036 3,906 3,650 4,000 4,400 4,500 Ghana 29 27 19 30 35 35 Guatemala 4,050 4,110 3,980 4,010 3,910 3,910 Guinea 400 250 400 495 225 450 Haiti 337 335 360 275 300 300 Honduras 3,460 3,642 3,225 3,550 4,000 4,100 India 4,665 4,660 4,375 4,850 5,100 4,800 Indonesia 7,500 7,600 9,300 10,500 9,325 7,885 Jamaica 30 35 31 29 25 30 Kenya 870 700 884 750 750 825 Laos 420 355 350 390 450 475 Liberia 53 25 7 2 1 1 Madagascar 582 555 530 475 525 550 Malawi 17 25 25 25 25 25 Malaysia 500 770 975 1,000 1,000 1,100 Mexico 4,500 4,350 4,550 4,150 3,700 3,700 Nicaragua 1,300 1,850 1,650 1,925 2,000 2,150 Nigeria 51 35 30 30 30 30 Panama 150 150 100 100 100 100 Papua New Guinea 810 970 1,035 1,085 890 1,050 Paraguay 20 28 25 25 25 25 Peru 4,400 2,800 4,000 3,300 4,000 3,800 Philippines 705 460 360 245 460 455 Rwanda 400 230 340 240 310 325 Sierra Leone 31 42 87 90 60 70 Sri Lanka 32 35 35 35 35 35 Tanzania 820 830 1,040 920 825 900 Thailand 850 900 800 900 900 900 Togo 180 255 185 450 525 550 Uganda 2,300 2,500 3,200 2,700 2,300 2,500 United States 154 151 133 107 102 100 Venezuela 862 900 900 725 690 800 Vietnam 19,500 18,000 16,980 18,500 18,725 20,600 Yemen 200 150 150 150 150 150 Zambia 56 60 39 27 10 15 Zimbabwe 45 31 22 21 10 15 Trinidad and Tobago 12 2 2 0 0 0 Total 131,819 121,753 133,403 126,781 137,908 135,046 Notes: Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  9. 9. Table 02B Arabica Coffee Production Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Arabica Production none Bolivia 152 140 135 140 135 140 Brazil 36,000 27,650 40,500 33,000 41,800 34,700 Burundi 287 209 250 300 250 275 Cameroon 90 90 90 90 90 90 Colombia 12,164 12,515 8,664 8,100 9,500 10,500 Congo (Kinshasa) 100 115 100 105 100 100 Costa Rica 1,782 1,867 1,580 1,475 1,575 1,640 Cuba 100 70 127 120 120 125 Dominican Republic 390 465 545 500 500 500 Ecuador 500 475 360 375 400 425 El Salvador 1,400 1,650 1,550 1,300 1,700 1,525 Ethiopia 4,036 3,906 3,650 4,000 4,400 4,500 Guatemala 4,040 4,100 3,970 4,000 3,900 3,900 Haiti 337 335 360 275 300 300 Honduras 3,460 3,642 3,225 3,550 4,000 4,100 India 1,415 1,580 1,325 1,600 1,500 1,475 Indonesia 900 800 1,200 1,500 1,375 1,230 Jamaica 30 35 31 29 25 30 Kenya 870 700 884 750 750 825 Madagascar 30 30 30 25 25 25 Malawi 17 25 25 25 25 25 Mexico 4,300 4,100 4,300 3,950 3,500 3,500 Nicaragua 1,300 1,850 1,650 1,925 2,000 2,150 Panama 150 150 100 100 100 100 Papua New Guinea 780 925 1,000 1,050 850 1,000 Paraguay 20 28 25 25 25 25 Peru 4,400 2,800 4,000 3,300 4,000 3,800 Philippines 35 35 35 20 35 30 Rwanda 400 230 340 240 310 325 Sri Lanka 9 10 10 10 10 10 Tanzania 515 525 700 620 550 600 Trinidad and Tobago 1 1 1 0 0 0 Uganda 400 400 400 400 400 400 United States 154 151 133 107 102 100 Venezuela 862 900 900 725 690 800 Vietnam 500 400 480 450 575 675 Yemen 200 150 150 150 150 150 Zambia 56 60 39 27 10 15 Zimbabwe 45 31 22 21 10 15 Total 82,227 73,145 82,886 74,379 85,787 80,125 Notes: Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  10. 10. Table 02C Robusta Coffee Production Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Robusta Production none Angola 35 30 30 30 25 25 Brazil 10,700 11,450 12,800 11,800 12,700 14,500 Cameroon 745 605 560 500 525 500 Central African Republic 45 50 10 30 35 30 Congo (Kinshasa) 180 200 200 200 185 190 Cote dIvoire 2,447 2,098 1,853 2,350 2,100 2,300 Ecuador 375 350 275 260 250 225 Ghana 29 27 19 30 35 35 Guatemala 10 10 10 10 10 10 Guinea 400 250 400 495 225 450 India 3,250 3,080 3,050 3,250 3,600 3,325 Indonesia 6,600 6,800 8,100 9,000 7,950 6,655 Laos 420 355 350 390 450 475 Liberia 53 25 7 2 1 1 Madagascar 552 525 500 450 500 525 Malaysia 500 770 975 1,000 1,000 1,100 Mexico 200 250 250 200 200 200 Nigeria 51 35 30 30 30 30 Papua New Guinea 30 45 35 35 40 50 Philippines 645 400 300 200 400 400 Sierra Leone 31 42 87 90 60 70 Sri Lanka 23 25 25 25 25 25 Tanzania 305 305 340 300 275 300 Thailand 850 900 800 900 900 900 Togo 180 255 185 450 525 550 Trinidad and Tobago 11 1 1 0 0 0 Uganda 1,900 2,100 2,800 2,300 1,900 2,100 Vietnam 19,000 17,600 16,500 18,050 18,150 19,925 Total 49,567 48,583 50,492 52,377 52,096 54,896 Notes: Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  11. 11. Table 03A Total Coffee Exports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Exports none Angola 5 4 4 8 5 5 Bolivia 104 73 73 74 75 75 Brazil 29,260 27,290 31,475 29,780 34,000 28,000 Burundi 240 300 250 290 250 270 Cameroon 790 560 480 690 550 525 Central African Republic 45 50 6 25 30 30 Colombia 11,155 11,525 8,935 7,435 9,150 9,800 Congo (Kinshasa) 78 110 117 102 95 100 Costa Rica 1,582 1,588 1,410 1,200 1,350 1,390 Cote dIvoire 2,075 1,870 1,555 2,005 1,850 2,000 Cuba 13 5 6 7 7 7 Dominican Republic 50 41 42 36 48 50 Ecuador 951 942 861 1,140 1,250 1,275 El Salvador 1,325 1,585 1,510 1,219 1,579 1,454 Ethiopia 2,225 2,110 1,850 2,325 2,550 2,640 Ghana 28 26 18 30 35 35 Guatemala 3,980 3,890 3,783 3,860 3,940 3,925 Guinea 390 195 375 460 200 400 Haiti 21 19 17 10 6 5 Honduras 3,370 3,440 3,050 3,200 4,000 3,925 India 3,609 3,820 3,120 4,110 4,100 3,750 Indonesia 6,400 6,110 7,700 8,750 8,250 6,350 Jamaica 20 30 26 24 20 25 Kenya 870 820 980 740 750 800 Laos 280 225 250 290 350 375 Liberia 49 25 7 2 1 1 Madagascar 200 165 115 40 85 100 Malawi 17 25 25 24 24 24 Malaysia 1,171 1,422 1,619 1,980 1,870 1,920 Mexico 2,865 2,610 2,735 2,480 2,150 2,125 Nicaragua 1,310 1,745 1,585 1,806 1,925 2,050 Nigeria 9 1 1 3 2 2 Panama 95 96 45 53 50 50 Papua New Guinea 820 900 1,070 1,040 875 1,000 Paraguay 10 10 5 5 5 5 Peru 4,200 2,660 3,830 3,150 3,825 3,650 Philippines 1 0 0 0 0 0 Rwanda 400 230 340 240 310 325 Sierra Leone 30 25 70 70 40 50 Tanzania 745 730 880 875 705 800 Thailand 925 775 644 684 807 760 Togo 200 250 185 440 525 550 Uganda 1,840 2,160 2,770 2,290 1,900 2,100 Venezuela 120 160 0 0 0 0 Vietnam 18,840 15,735 15,565 18,670 17,875 19,350 Yemen 30 40 35 30 25 25 Zambia 55 59 39 27 10 15 Zimbabwe 41 27 18 17 6 10 Total 102,839 96,479 99,476 101,736 107,455 102,123 Notes: A conversion factor of 2.6 was used to convert soluble coffee to the green bean equivalent. Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For the United States, Canada and the EU-27, exports appear as zero in the database and the actual amount has been subtracted from imports to show net imports.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  12. 12. Table 03B Green Coffee Bean Exports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Bean Exports none Angola 5 4 4 8 5 5 Bolivia 104 73 73 74 75 75 Brazil 26,185 23,770 28,396 26,580 30,630 24,930 Burundi 240 300 250 290 250 270 Cameroon 790 560 480 690 550 525 Central African Republic 45 50 6 25 30 30 Colombia 10,460 10,770 8,160 6,445 8,400 9,000 Congo (Kinshasa) 78 110 117 102 95 100 Costa Rica 1,582 1,588 1,410 1,200 1,350 1,390 Cote dIvoire 1,710 1,550 1,180 1,755 1,550 1,700 Cuba 13 5 6 7 7 7 Dominican Republic 50 41 42 36 48 50 Ecuador 300 180 179 450 425 425 El Salvador 1,320 1,580 1,506 1,215 1,575 1,450 Ethiopia 2,225 2,110 1,850 2,325 2,550 2,640 Ghana 28 26 18 30 35 35 Guatemala 3,980 3,890 3,783 3,860 3,940 3,925 Guinea 390 195 375 460 200 400 Haiti 21 19 17 10 6 5 Honduras 3,370 3,440 3,050 3,200 4,000 3,925 India 2,550 2,620 2,120 2,760 2,775 2,500 Indonesia 6,000 5,510 6,625 7,425 7,050 5,150 Jamaica 20 30 26 24 20 25 Kenya 870 820 980 740 750 800 Laos 280 225 250 290 350 375 Liberia 49 25 7 2 1 1 Madagascar 200 165 115 40 85 100 Malawi 17 25 25 24 24 24 Malaysia 21 12 19 16 20 20 Mexico 2,260 1,910 2,125 1,790 1,500 1,400 Nicaragua 1,160 1,580 1,425 1,650 1,850 1,900 Nigeria 9 1 1 3 2 2 Panama 95 96 45 53 50 50 Papua New Guinea 820 900 1,070 1,040 875 1,000 Paraguay 10 10 5 5 5 5 Peru 4,200 2,660 3,830 3,150 3,825 3,650 Rwanda 400 230 340 240 310 325 Sierra Leone 30 25 70 70 40 50 Tanzania 735 720 875 870 700 800 Thailand 200 25 4 4 10 25 Togo 200 250 185 440 525 550 Uganda 1,840 2,160 2,770 2,290 1,900 2,100 Venezuela 85 120 0 0 0 0 Vietnam 18,740 15,600 15,430 18,425 17,550 19,000 Yemen 30 40 35 30 25 25 Zambia 55 59 39 27 10 15 Zimbabwe 41 27 18 17 6 10 Total 93,814 86,106 89,336 90,187 95,979 90,789 Notes: Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For the United States, Canada and the EU-27, exports appear as zero in the database and the actual amount has been subtracted from imports to show net imports.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  13. 13. Table 03C Soluble Coffee Exports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Soluble Exports none Brazil 3,020 3,395 2,991 3,120 3,300 3,000 Colombia 680 720 725 925 700 750 Cote dIvoire 365 320 375 250 300 300 Ecuador 650 760 680 680 825 850 El Salvador 2 2 2 2 2 2 India 1,059 1,200 1,000 1,350 1,325 1,250 Indonesia 400 600 1,075 1,325 1,200 1,200 Malaysia 1,150 1,410 1,600 1,964 1,850 1,900 Mexico 605 700 610 690 650 725 Nicaragua 150 165 160 156 75 150 Tanzania 10 10 5 5 5 0 Thailand 725 750 640 680 797 735 Vietnam 75 115 110 195 275 300 Total 8,891 10,147 9,973 11,342 11,304 11,162 Notes: A conversion factor of 2.6 was used to convert soluble coffee to the green bean equivalent. Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For the United States, Canada and the EU-27, exports appear as zero in the database and the actual amount has been subtracted from imports to show net imports.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  14. 14. Table 04A Total Coffee Imports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Imports none Algeria 1,825 2,025 2,045 2,060 2,050 2,025 Argentina 510 490 480 500 515 525 Australia 900 920 950 1,040 1,075 1,100 Canada 1,950 1,960 1,940 2,010 2,300 2,100 China 300 300 320 425 575 675 Colombia 215 142 695 610 790 600 Croatia 330 325 300 300 300 300 Cuba 210 230 240 220 225 225 Ecuador 222 274 389 732 763 817 El Salvador 117 96 167 136 137 142 EU-27 46,530 45,760 45,365 46,405 47,075 45,600 Guatemala 175 193 223 225 230 230 Honduras 12 14 18 18 23 15 India 334 490 555 725 550 500 Indonesia 820 100 120 425 150 200 Japan 7,025 6,860 7,115 6,835 7,650 6,825 Korea, South 1,400 1,550 1,680 1,705 2,000 1,900 Malaysia 1,156 1,200 1,135 1,480 1,420 1,370 Mexico 49 171 114 245 420 370 Morocco 560 570 600 580 510 500 Norway 650 590 610 580 725 600 Philippines 600 915 1,340 1,920 1,850 1,850 Russia 4,410 4,520 3,455 4,075 4,100 3,975 Serbia 590 590 590 525 500 500 South Africa 430 410 330 400 385 400 Switzerland 1,490 1,710 1,800 1,950 2,200 2,000 Thailand 546 530 400 545 675 600 Turkey 230 230 260 275 350 300 United States 23,670 23,475 23,400 22,205 24,400 23,750 Venezuela 96 77 85 205 335 350 Vietnam 115 88 95 75 105 150 Total 97,470 96,809 96,831 99,581 104,473 100,574 Notes: A conversion factor of 2.6 was used to convert soluble coffee to the green bean equivalent. Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For the United States, Canada and the EU-27, exports appear as zero in the database and the actual amount has been subtracted from imports to show net imports.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  15. 15. Table 04B Green Coffee Bean Imports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Bean Imports none Algeria 1,825 2,025 2,045 2,060 2,050 2,025 Argentina 510 490 480 500 515 525 Australia 900 920 950 1,040 1,075 1,100 Canada 1,950 1,960 1,940 2,010 2,300 2,100 China 300 300 320 425 575 675 Colombia 190 110 650 570 750 560 Croatia 330 325 300 300 300 300 EU-27 44,370 43,550 43,350 44,280 45,000 43,500 Ecuador 130 210 310 650 700 750 El Salvador 31 1 3 0 0 0 India 334 490 555 725 550 500 Indonesia 820 100 120 425 150 200 Japan 6,200 6,150 6,375 6,160 7,000 6,200 Korea, South 1,400 1,550 1,680 1,705 2,000 1,900 Malaysia 730 660 650 960 850 850 Mexico 21 1 4 90 250 200 Morocco 560 570 600 580 510 500 Norway 650 590 610 580 725 600 Philippines 225 390 405 420 450 400 Russia 960 970 1,240 1,430 1,450 1,475 Serbia 590 590 590 525 500 500 South Africa 430 410 330 400 385 400 Switzerland 1,490 1,710 1,800 1,950 2,200 2,000 Thailand 6 200 130 205 225 200 Turkey 230 230 260 275 350 300 United States 22,110 21,775 21,660 20,250 22,500 21,800 Vietnam 79 65 70 50 80 125 Total 87,424 86,396 87,502 88,870 93,850 90,075 Notes: Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. Imports for the United States, Canada and the EU-27 are net imports after subtracting exports.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011
  16. 16. Table 04C Soluble Coffee Imports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Soluble Imports none Ecuador 91 64 77 79 60 65 El Salvador 72 80 150 125 125 130 EU-27 2,160 2,210 2,015 2,125 2,075 2,100 Guatemala 125 140 160 165 170 170 Honduras 6 7 10 10 15 15 Japan 825 710 740 675 650 625 Malaysia 406 520 465 500 550 500 Mexico 0 150 95 135 150 150 Philippines 375 525 935 1,500 1,400 1,450 Russia 3,450 3,550 2,215 2,645 2,650 2,500 United States 1,560 1,700 1,740 1,955 1,900 1,950 Vietnam 35 22 25 25 25 25 Total 9,737 10,081 8,982 10,389 10,295 10,180 Notes: A conversion factor of 2.6 was used to convert soluble coffee to the green bean equivalent. Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For the United States, Canada and the EU-27, exports appear as zero in the database and the actual amount has been subtracted from imports to show net imports.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis June 2011

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