1. Coffee Exports by Country
According to a regional viewpoint, Europe accounted for the biggest dollar value worth of exported coffee sales in 2019, with total exports valued at $11.7 billion, accounting for 38.9 percent of all coffee sent internationally in 2019. Latin America, excluding Mexico but including the Caribbean, came in second place with 34.8 percent of the vote, well ahead of coffee exporters in Asia, who came in third with 14 percent.
Those from Africa (6.4 percent), North America (5.3 percent), and Oceania (0.6 percent), with Papua New Guinea leading the way ahead of Australia, received smaller percentages.
The 4-digit Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) code prefix for coffee is 0901, which may be used for research purposes.
2. 15 countries that exported the highest dollar value worth:
The following are the 15 nations that shipped the most coffee with the greatest dollar value for 2019.
- Brazil: US$4.6 billion (15.1% of total coffee exports)
- Colombia: $2.6 billion (8.7%)
- Switzerland: $2.5 billion (8.3%)
- Vietnam: $2.41 billion (8%)
- Germany: $2.37 billion (7.9%)
- Italy: $1.7 billion (5.8%)
- France: $1.2 billion (4.1%)
- Honduras: $1.1 billion (3.5%)
- Indonesia: $879.4 million (2.9%)
- Belgium: $846.9 million (2.8%)
- Ethiopia: $836.6 million (2.8%)
- United States: $822.5 million (2.7%)
- Netherlands: $806.2 million (2.7%)
- Guatemala: $663.8 million (2.2%)
- Peru: $621.3 million (2.1%)
In terms of dollar value, the 15 nations on the list sent 79.7% of total worldwide coffee exports in 2019.
French coffee exports have increased by 74.8 percent since 2015, while Dutch coffee exports have increased by 57.2 percent. Italy has increased by 24.7 percent, and Switzerland has increased by 24.7 percent (up 24.2 percent).
Indonesia (down 26.6 percent), Belgium (down -19.9 percent), Brazil (down -18.2 percent), the United States (down -13.2 percent), and Vietnam were among the nations that saw reductions in their exporting coffee sales (down -0.04 percent).
3. Top 15 countries have the largest surplus in the worldwide trade of coffee:
After adjusting for inflation, the following nations had the largest positive net exports of coffee in 2018.
According to Investopedia, net exports are the difference between the value of a country’s total exports and the value of its total imports.
As a result, the numbers shown below show the difference between the value of each country’s coffee exports and its coffee import purchases for the same item.
- Brazil: US$4.5 billion (net export surplus down -18.5% since 2015)
- Colombia: $2.6 billion (up 0.1%)
- Vietnam: $2.4 billion (up 0.8%)
- Switzerland: $1.8 billion (up 42.2%)
- Honduras: $1.1 billion (up 13.9%)
- Indonesia: $860.6 million (down -26.2%)
- Ethiopia: $836.5 million (up 8%)
- Guatemala: $662.6 million (down -0.1%)
- Peru: $617.2 million (up 6.1%)
- Nicaragua: $490.3 million (up 24.1%)
- India: $394.8 million (down -6.1%)
- Uganda: $393.4 million (up 1.7%)
- Costa Rica: $254.4 million (down -13.4%)
- Kenya: $246.5 million (up 18.7%)
- Mexico: $182.8 million (down -33.4%)
Brazil has the largest surplus in the worldwide trade of coffee, accounting for more than half of the total. As a result, this positive cash flow further reinforces Brazil’s significant competitive edge in this particular product area.
4. Top 15 the world’s largest coffee importing countries:
The following nations had the largest negative net exports of coffee during the calendar year of 2019. According to Investopedia, net exports are the difference between the value of a country’s total exports and its total imports. As a result, the numbers shown below show the difference between the value of each country’s coffee import purchases and its coffee export purchases for the same commodity.
- United States: -US-$5 billion (net export deficit down -1.3% since 2015)
- France: -$1.5 billion (down -11.3%)
- Japan: -$1.2 billion (down -21.9%)
- Germany: -$855.9 million (down -44.2%)
- United Kingdom: -$705.1 million (up 20.1%)
- Spain: -$697.2 million (down -5.2%)
- Canada: -$695.2 million (down -3.4%)
- South Korea: -$657.6 million (up 21.1%)
- Russia: -$593.4 million (up 26.3%)
- Australia: -$421.5 million (down -8.1%)
- Netherlands: -$387.9 million (down -13.3%)
- Austria: -$335.9 million (up 4.5%)
- Sweden: -$269 million (down -20.1%)
- Poland: -$253.9 million (down -515.4%)
- Finland: -$250.6 million (up 2.5%)
The United States of America has the largest deficit in the worldwide trade of coffee, followed by Brazil and Colombia.
The result is that America’s significant competitive disadvantage in this particular product category is confirmed. At the same time, possibilities for coffee-supplying nations that contribute to meeting the high consumer demand are signaled.
5. Coffee Exporting Companies (coffee companies):
According to the Tropical Commodity Coalition (TCC), Green coffee beans are a lightly processed commodity that accounts for about 95 percent of all coffee exports.
Contrary to popular belief, coffee-producing nations make relatively little money from the sale and export of their goods, because a substantial portion of revenues from the coffee supply chain goes to middlemen and huge roaster conglomerates.
International coffee trading enterprises operate in producing nations by forming joint ventures with local intermediaries and distributing their products. For example, the following are examples of coffee-trading enterprises that are based in the nation that is indicated inside the parentheses:
- Barbera Coffee Company (Italy)
- Coffee Cabana Brazil (Brazil)
- Maxwell House (United States)
- Miko Coffee (Belgium)
- Nestlé (Switzerland)
- Neumann Gruppe AG (Germany)
- O’Coffee – Brazilian Estates (Brazil)
- Ospina Coffee Company (Colombia)
- Simexco Daklak Ltd (Vietnam)
- Helena., JSC (Vietnam)
- Starbucks Corporation (United States)
6. Searchable List of Coffee Exporting Countries in 2019
You may rearrange the information’s order by clicking the triangle symbol at the top of any columns below. The percentage change in the value of worldwide exported coffee from 2018 to 2019 is shown in the right-most column.
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Vietnam’s coffee exports will rise in the coming years as demand rises and prices recover. the world’s largest coffee
World coffee prices are rising as a result of reduced supply from major coffee producing countries, while available coffee stocks have dropped to multi-year lows
Furthermore, Vietnam’s major coffee export markets have all suffered significant losses as a result of the Covid-19 epidemic and must continue to maintain social distance, which will increase the demand for coffee consumed at home.
Europe is currently Vietnam’s most important coffee export market, accounting for 33.8 percent of total export volume and 58.9 percent of total export turnover. The EVFTA, in particular, supports Vietnam’s coffee exports by eliminating import tariffs on all unroasted or roasted coffee products to this market, creating an advantage for Vietnamese coffee.
According to the General Department of Customs, Vietnam’s coffee exports in May 2021 totaled 109.5 thousand tons, with a value of 207.4 million USD, an increase of 1.2 percent in volume and 0.48 percent in value over April 2021; and a decrease of 7.49 percent in volume but an increase of 3.9 percent in value over May 2020. In general, Vietnam’s coffee exports reached 549.9 thousand tons in the first five months of 2021, with a turnover of 1,032 billion USD, a 20.1 percent decrease in volume and 11.8 percent decrease in turnover compared to the same period in 2020.
The average coffee export price in May 2021 was 1,893.6 USD per ton, down 0.7 percent from April 2021 but up 12.4 percent from May 2020. In general, the average export price of Vietnamese coffee products reached 1,877.9 USD/ton in the first five months of 2021, up 10.5 percent from the same period in 2020.
Vietnam’s coffee exports to many markets decreased in May 2021, but exports to some EU zone countries increased compared to May 2020.
In general, coffee exports to key markets such as the EU, US, Japan, and Russia all decreased or increased only slightly in the first five months of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020. Exports to other markets, such as China, Indonesia, Ukraine, and New Zealand, increased.
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