Coffee consumption in Brazil grows 0.16% from January to April, to 4.964 million bags

Published May 23, 2024

Tridge summary

Brazil's coffee consumption experienced a slight increase of 0.16% in the first four months of 2024, totaling 4,963,725 bags of 60 kg, according to the Brazilian Coffee Industry Association (Abic). The consumption rose by 9.20% and 1.11% in April compared to the same period in 2023 and March 2024, respectively. However, traditional and extra strong coffee styles saw a decrease in April compared to March. The average price of most coffee categories, including traditional/extra strong, gourmet, superior, soluble, and capsules, fell between April 2023 and April 2024, with special coffee being the exception, seeing a price increase of 2.84%. Abic's member industries contribute to 71.1% of Brazil's roasted or ground coffee production and have an 86.5% share in supermarket retail.
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São Paulo, 05/22/2024 - Coffee consumption in Brazil registered an increase of 0.16% in the first four months of the year, compared to the same period in 2023. In total, 4,963,725 bags of coffee were consumed 60 kg on the domestic market. In the first four months of 2023, the volume consumed was 4,955,567 bags. The numbers are from the Brazilian Coffee Industry Association (Abic), in partnership with the Horus system, released today. Abic highlights that the retail sales survey is carried out through around 2 million invoices collected monthly at check-outs throughout Brazil. According to Abic's balance sheet, consumption grew by 9.20% in the comparison between April this year and April last year. Between March 2024 and April 2024, sales rose 1.11%. Between January and April 2024, cumulative sales increased for the Superior, Gourmet and Special categories/styles, as well as for Capsules and Soluble. The Traditional and Extra Strong categories/styles were the only ones that showed ...
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