Coffee exports with good practices and superior quality increase by more than 60%

Published Jun 14, 2024

Tridge summary

Brazil, the world's leading coffee producer and exporter, has seen a 66.4% increase in shipments of differentiated coffee, including those with superior quality and sustainable practices, according to the Brazilian Coffee Exporters Council (Cecafé). This represents 19.3% of total exports and has generated revenue of US$956.6 million from January to May. The United States is the primary importer of these differentiated coffees. In response to the market's demand for quality and sustainability, the coffee sector is working on a platform to meet traceability requirements from the European Union.
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Original content

The largest producer and exporter of coffee in the world, Brazil has been increasing its participation in the differentiated coffee market. With an increasingly demanding market, seeking good agricultural practices and quality in the cup, the most recent export figures show that the country has been expanding its offer of this type of coffee abroad. According to the most recent report from the Brazilian Coffee Exporters Council (Cecafé), Brazil recorded a 66.4% increase in shipments of coffees that have superior quality or certificates of sustainable practices. Between January and May, Brazil exported 3.992 million bags of this type of coffee, which corresponds to 19.3% of total exports. The average price of the product was US$239.65 per bag, generating foreign exchange revenue of US$956.6 million, which corresponds to 21.4% of that obtained with total coffee shipments in the five-month period. In the annual comparison, the value is 61.1% higher than that recorded in the same five ...
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