Coffee prices in the global market remain highly volatile in 2021 and may decline in 2022. According to our database and market research reports, the average annual price for Arabica is forecast to decline thanks to expected production growth, while Robusta price will go up on skyrocketed demand from consumers. In 2020, global coffee exports totalled US$ 30 billion. Brazil remained the top exporter of coffee, shipped the product worth US$ 4.9 billion in 2020 and US$ 3.9 billion (till Sep data). Gain world coffee insights with market analysis and trends.
Key Trends and Insights
- According to the World Bank, the coffee price for Arabica is forecast to drop by about -2% y-o-y to $4.2 per kg, while Robusta will increase by 2% y-o-y to $2.0 per kg in 2022.
- The average annual price for Arabica coffee rose by 36% y-o-y to $4.51 per kg in 2021, while Robusta went up by 31% y-o-y to $1.98 per kg over the same period. The average monthly price in December 2021 reached $5.91 per kg for Arabica and $2.48 per kg for Robusta.
- Brazil, the world’s largest supplier of coffee with around 30% share of global exports. According to our database, Brazil shipped about 1.7M tonnes of coffee abroad from January through September 2021, which was higher than in the same period in 2020.
- In value terms, Brazil’s coffee exports totalled $3.9 billion, increasing as compared to the previous year.
- The average export price for Brazilian coffee jumped from $2.10 per kg in January to $2.77 per kg in September 2021.
Global Coffee Exports – Brazil is World’s Top Coffee Supplier
The global coffee exports totalled US$ 30 billion in 2020. In quantity terms, countries in the world exported 6.7M tonnes approximately in the said year. Brazil was the key exporting country that supplied 2.4M tonnes of coffee abroad, approx. 30% of global volume. Other major exporting countries of coffee are Switzerland, Germany, Colombia, Vietnam, Italy, France, Honduras, Belgium, and Indonesia. Analyze approx. share in values of these countries.
World’s Largest Coffee Import Countries
In 2020, global coffee imports totalled US$ 107 million. The U.S. (1.3M tonnes) and Germany (1.1M tonnes) represented the major importers of coffee in unroasted form across the globe, together with mixing up 38% of total volume. Other major importer countries of coffee are France, Italy, Canada, Netherlands, Japan, Belgium, Spain, and United Kingdom. See approx. share in values of these countries.
Import and Export Companies of Coffee
We are the largest trade intelligence online platform in the world, providing a comprehensive database that covers import and export companies of coffee. If you want to start a coffee import-export business, this market has potential. Simply access global trade data of coffee and analyze every market aspect of the industry. Here are some import and export companies of coffee for reference.
|Importers of Coffee||Exporters of Coffee|
|Givaudan Argentina SA (Argentina)||Fgl Global Logistica Ltda (Brazil)|
|Utilar SRL (Bolivia)||DHL Express (Ecuador)|
|Woolworths Botswana Proprietary Limited (Botswana)||Green Coffee SRL (Peru)|
|Edmark Direct Marketing Ltd (Nigeria)||Kyagalanyi Coffee Limited (Uganda)|
|Sri Lankan Catering Ltd (Sri Lanka)||Sustainable Agroeco Society Sales Ltd (Bolivia)|
Coffee is one of the most traded agricultural commodities in the world. Brazil is the largest producing country of coffee globally, followed by Vietnam, Colombia, Indonesia, Honduras, Ethiopia, Peru, India, Guatemala, and Uganda. Get a complete market picture of coffee with detailed shipping information, accurate import-export data of coffee, data analysis, intelligent insights, market trends, and data visualization right here.