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1 United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service Circular Series December 213 Coffee: World Markets and Trade 4 in Producing Countries to Continue Rising Million 6 Kilogram Bags /11 211/12 212/13 213/14 Consuming Countries Producing Countries Ending stocks in 213/14 are forecast to continue rising in producing countries, particularly Brazil and Vietnam, while consuming countries remain relatively flat. Global stocks have been rising over the last several years as world production outpaces consumption. Global production is now forecast at 1. million bags, down 2.8 million from the previous year as Vietnam s record output is more than offset by declines in Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico and Central America. A modest increase in world exports is expected on strong shipments from Vietnam and Colombia. Approved by the World Agricultural Outlook Board/USDA

2 213/14 Forecast Overview Brazil s production is forecast at 3.1 million bags, Brazil s Off-Year Arabica Continues Growth Trend down 3. million from the 6 previous year due primarily to Arabica trees entering the off-year of the biennial production cycle. Though the year-over-year difference in 4 Arabica output is expected to narrow, last year was affected by frost and dry conditions in 3 Minas Gerais, its main growing region. However, 2 Arabica s off-year forecast continues its growth trend. Following 3 years of 1 expansion, the Robusta harvest is forecast to decline 1.1 million bags to 13.9 million as irregular rainfall combined with above average 7/8 8/9 9/1 Arabica 1/11 Robusta 11/12 12/13 13/14 temperatures lower yields in Espirito Santo, where the vast majority is grown. Bean exports are forecast nearly flat at 27. million bags, while ending stocks are expected to rise a second consecutive year. Million 6 Kilogram Bags Vietnam s production is forecast at a record 28. million bags, up 2. million from the previous year due to higher yields attributed to favorable weather as well as increased area harvested. Initial drought concerns in the coffee region s Central Highlands Vietnam s Expanding at Elevated Level were much discussed in 3 January and February, but were quieted by the normal arrival of the rainy season in 2 late March. Favorable weather continued through May and led to good 2 flowering and cherry development. Harvested area 1 continues to expand and is likely above 62, hectares despite the government s goal 1 of reducing area to, hectares by 22, a level that was surpassed several years ago. Bean exports are forecast to increase 9, bags to. million, while ending stocks are expected to 8/9 9/1 1/11 11/12 12/13 13/14 Million 6 Kilogram Bags December 213

3 almost double to 3.8 million bags. Consumption is forecast to continue rising as the coffee culture spreads. Central America and Mexico account for one-fifth of the world s Arabica production. The region s production is forecast to decline 1.4 million bags to 16.9 million due to lower yields from coffee rust. The disease attacks the underside of the leaf, causing it to yellow and drop prematurely, reducing the plant s photosynthetic capacity and yield. El Salvador is forecast to decline 2 percent, followed by Mexico (-16%), Costa Rica (-1%), Nicaragua (-12%), Guatemala (-8%), and Panama unchanged. However, Honduras is expected to rebound 9 percent with the maturation of new trees. As a result of lower exportable supplies from the region, bean exports are forecast to decline 9, bags to 14.4 million. Colombia s production is forecast at 1. million bags, up marginally from the revised previous year on the strength of recent months deliveries, several of which approached or exceeded historical amounts. This turn-around for a second consecutive year is in sharp contrast to significantly reduced output the previous four seasons caused by the spread of coffee cherry borer and rust. Bean exports are forecast to rise 9, bags to 9. million, while imports are forecast to remain high at 7, bags. Million 6 Kilogram Bags Colombia s is Forecast Up Marginally 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 213/14 Indonesia s production is forecast to drop 1. million bags to 9. million as dry weather at the beginning of the season reduced flowering, while excessive rain during cherry development further cut yields. Bean exports are forecast to decline 9, bags to 6. million. India s production is forecast to slip 2, bags to.1 million on lower Robusta output in Karnataka, the largest coffee producing state. Heavy rains during the monsoon season caused some cherries to drop, lowering yield. Although bean exports are forecast to dip 7, bags to 3.7 million, this marks the fourth year of strong exports and declining stocks. The European Union accounts for nearly half of world bean imports and is forecast to increase 6, bags to 4. million, with top suppliers including Brazil (28%), Vietnam (2%) and Honduras (7%). Ending stocks are expected to rise incrementally. The United States imports the second-largest amount of coffee beans and is forecast to increase slightly to 23. million bags, with top suppliers including Brazil (2%), Vietnam (18%) and Colombia (13%). Ending stocks are forecast to rise marginally. December 213

4 Revised 212/13 World production is revised up from the June estimate by 2.6 million bags to 13.3 million. Vietnam is up 1.6 million bags to 26. million on higher-than-anticipated yield. Colombia is raised 9, bags to 9.9 million on unexpected strong deliveries in the second half of the season, the highest percent of the yearly total in nearly 4 years. Weak deliveries in the first half were similar in volume to previous seasons plagued by coffee cherry borer and rust. World ending stocks are raised 3. million bags to 33.8 million. Vietnam is revised up 1.1 million bags to 2. million on larger available supplies. European Union is raised, bags to 11.2 million on lower-than anticipated consumption. Brazil is 34, bags higher to 7.1 million bags, offsetting lower exports. Colombia is raised 32, bags to 7, due to increased supplies. For additional information, please contact Tony Halstead at , or December 213

5 Table 1 Coffee World, Supply and Distribution Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Consumption Ending Distribution Exportable Coffee, Green 62,283 17,616 2,23 19,963 62,13 17, ,96 19,27 62,32 2,7 1979/8 66,7 112,372 3,979 2,438 6,9 112, ,174 22,84 63,14 2,23 198/81 77, ,77 43,842 2,6 6,39 129, ,23 22,396 7,132 3, /82 61, ,479 4,199 2,221 66,9 126, ,94 22,196 9,28 43, /83 68,49 129,66 4,838 2,77 68, , ,81 17,9 7,49 4, /84 68,91 131,66 37,366 21,968 72, , ,362,91 6,32 4, /8 74, ,13 41,81 21,22 7, , ,7 23,998 71,299 37, /86 8, ,471 33,287 21,22 66, , ,394 26,121 2,812 41, /87 82,31 136,73 48,174 21,7 67,4 136, ,17 23,81 78,98 33, /88 73, ,74,193 21,19 71, , ,16 28,91 64,934 48, /89 76,17 147,49 43,12 2,99 83,42 147, ,98 27,42 69,118, /9 78, , 4,96 22,26 76, , 331 1,181 27,768 72,143 43,12 199/91 81,9 149,41 46,298 22,266 8, , ,64 29,89 73,98 4, /92 71, ,97 4,22 21,79 77, , ,99 27,4 6,234 46, /93 69, ,13 34,31 22,928 76, , ,46 27,146 6,2 4, /94 74, ,413 41,21 22,26 68, ,413 1,7 97,42 28,33 68,89 34, /9 6, , 33,88,49 74,13 131, 1,79 88,946 27,372 61,394 41,21 199/96 79,78 137,96 29,9,361 84,9 137,96 1,91 13,786 37,236 66,42 33, /97 72, ,2,883 2,18 77, ,2 1,22 97,687 32,94 64,712 29,9 1997/98 83,33 13,271,4 2,738 8,133 13,271 1,43 18,93 34,6 74,89, /99 88,73 139,867 2,81 2,88 93, ,867 1,33 114,164 4,83 73,281,4 1999/ 91,69 139,2 22,37 26,33 9, ,2 1, ,217 46,82 7,362 2,81 2/1 84,38 141,19 2,237 27,49 88, ,19 7, 111,62 43,297 68,298 22,37 21/2 99,628,41 47, ,837 93,936,41 87, ,968 41,8 8,8 39,42 22/3 81,111 6,263 39,78 116,312 9,171 6,263 87,739 11,896 44,197 66,674 47,628 23/4 9,673 21,4 41,429 11,827 93,798 21,4 89, ,91 43,668 77,898 39,78 / 86,2 2,31 33,36 123,663 93,62 2,31 91, ,99 47,11 7,63 41,429 2/6 11,79 263,882 36, ,76 14, ,882 97, ,618 49,93 83,69 33,36 26/7 9,992 27,68 31,7 127,779 98,84 27,68 97,8 123,948 49,8 74,368 36,112 27/8 12,13 26,41 39,849 1,674 1,887 26,41 97, ,239 1,87 8,12 31,7 28/9 93,13 269,7 28, ,7 12, ,7 1, ,41 2,1 76,26 39,849 29/1 13,791 27,81 28,93 133, ,419 27,81 16,42 14,447 3,341 87,16 28,943 21/11 14, ,666 2,89 141,9 114, ,666 19,33 144,4 6,48 83, 28,93 211/12 113,96 292,96 33, , ,9 292,96 113,239 13,268 63,37 89,893 2,89 212/13 11,32 297,492 36,33 144, , , ,238 1,46 63,8 86,66 33, /14 Prior to 22/3, the database does not include import, consumption or stocks data for non-producing countries such as the United States, EU-27 and Japan. December 213

6 Table 2 Coffee Summary Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Brazil 44,8 4, 49,2 6,1 3,7 3,1 Vietnam 18, 19,41 26, 26,,8 28, Indonesia 1, 9,32 8,3 1, 9,2 9, Colombia 8,1 8,2 7,6 9,92 9, 1, Ethiopia 6, 6,12 6,32 6,32 6,3 6,3 India 4,82,3,23,33,2,12 Honduras 3, 3,97,6 4,6,, Mexico 4,1 4, 4,3 4, 3,8 3,8 Peru 3,3 4,1,2 4,3 4,1 3,8 Guatemala 4,1 3,96 4,41 4,21 3,88 3,88 Other 2,86 21,487 21,82 21, 21,29 21,3 128,41 14, ,4 13, ,32 1,46 Domestic Consumption European Union 49,96 42,22 46,21 43,8 44,1 44,9 United States 22,6 22,888 23,397 23,447 22,8 23,8 Brazil 18,76 19,42 2,2 2,61 21,1 21,1 Japan 6,78 6,9 6,92 7,4 7, 7, Philippines 2,22 2,839 3,66 4,27 3,1 2,92 Russia 3,8 4,19 3,7 4,7 4,4 4,4 Canada 3,17 3,37 3,39 3, 3,4 3,6 Other 3,492 31,966 34,283 34,99 3,31 3, ,7 133, ,9 142, ,86 144,423 Ending European Union 1,8 12,9 1,4 11,2 1, 11, Brazil 2,836 2,96 2,238 7,63 8,233 7,973 United States 4,2 4,8,1,4,2,6 Japan 1,9 2,1 2,14 2,9 2, 2,8 Vietnam 1,12 8 1,9 1,96 9 3,81 Other 8,4 4,897 4,621,211 3,497 4,642 28,943 28,93 2,89 33,789 3,2 36,33 Bean Exports Brazil 26,8 31,81 26,6 27,143 27, 27, Vietnam 18,42 18,21 23,9 23,6 23,, Colombia 6,44 7,4 6,67 8,1 8, 9, Indonesia 7,42 7,41 4,9 6,9,6 6, Honduras 3,2 3,9,29 4,4 4,8 4,8 Peru 3,1 3,88,14 4,1 3,9 3,7 Guatemala 3,86 3,6 3,87 3,78 3,4 3,4 India 3,4 4,16 3,73 3,7 3,7 3,67 Ethiopia 3,2 3,23 3,14 3,28 3,3 3,3 Uganda 2,67 3,1 3, 3,2 3,4 3,4 Other 13,727 13,1 14,41 13,64 13,372 13,444 91,772 99,92 1,762 11,898 1,122 12,769 Bean Imports European Union 44,2 44,6 43,9 44,89 44,3 4, United States 2, 22,46 23,7 23,36 22,2 23, Japan 6,16 6,9,96 7,46 6,7 6,7 Switzerland 1,9 2,18 2,17 2,34 2,3 2,4 Canada 2,1 2,3 2,22 2,33 2,3 2,4 Russia 1,43 1,4 1,72 2,2 2,2 2,2 Algeria 2,6 1,77 2,23 1,9 2,2 2,2 Korea, South 1,7 1,93 1,72 1,72 1,6 1,7 Ecuador ,1 1,3 1,4 1,4 Malaysia 96 1,3 1,12 1,3 1, 1, Other 7,94 9,16 1,29 1,34 1,3 1,32 89,63 94,7 96,2 99,2 96,73 99,87 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. Bean export and bean import data exclude soluble trade. Soluble trade data is in Tables 6C and 7C and total trade is in Tables 6A and 7A. December 213

7 Table 3A Coffee Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Angola Bolivia Brazil 44,8 4, 49,2 6,1 3,7 3,1 Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Colombia 8,1 8,2 7,6 9,92 9, 1, Congo (Kinshasa) Costa Rica 1,47 1,7 1,77 1,67 1,42 1,42 Cote d'ivoire 2,3 1,6 1,6 1,7 2, 1,9 Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador 1,3 1,86 1,2 1,2 8 1, Ethiopia 6, 6,12 6,32 6,32 6,3 6,3 Ghana Guatemala 4,1 3,96 4,41 4,21 3,88 3,88 Guinea Haiti Honduras 3, 3,97,6 4,6,, India 4,82,3,23,33,2,12 Indonesia 1, 9,32 8,3 1, 9,2 9, Jamaica Kenya Laos Liberia 2 4 Madagascar 47 2 Malawi Malaysia 1, 1,1 1,4 1,4 1, 1, Mexico 4,1 4, 4,3 4, 3,8 3,8 Nicaragua 1,92 1,74 2,1 1,92 1, 1,7 Nigeria Panama Papua New Guinea 1,8 86 1,4 82 1, 84 Paraguay Peru 3,3 4,1,2 4,3 4,1 3,8 Philippines Rwanda Sierra Leone Sri Lanka Tanzania 6 1, 6 1,1 1,2 1,2 Thailand Togo Uganda 2,87 3,212 3,7 3,3 3, 3, United States Venezuela Vietnam 18, 19,41 26, 26,,8 28, Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe ,41 14, ,4 13, ,32 1,46 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. December 213

8 Table 3B Arabica Coffee Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Arabica Bolivia Brazil 33, 41,8 34,7 41,1 38, 39,2 Burundi Cameroon Colombia 8,1 8,2 7,6 9,92 9, 1, Congo (Kinshasa) Costa Rica 1,47 1,7 1,77 1,67 1,42 1,42 Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador 1,3 1,86 1,2 1,2 8 1, Ethiopia 6, 6,12 6,32 6,32 6,3 6,3 Guatemala 4, 3,9 4,4 4,2 3,87 3,87 Haiti Honduras 3, 3,97,6 4,6,, India 1,7 1,7 1,69 1,643 1,7 1,6 Indonesia 1, 1,37 1,3 1,7 1,6 1,6 Jamaica Kenya Madagascar Malawi Mexico 3,9 3,8 4,1 4,3 3,6 3,6 Nicaragua 1,92 1,74 2,1 1,92 1, 1,7 Panama Papua New Guinea 1, 82 1,3 77 1, 8 Paraguay Peru 3,3 4,1,2 4,3 4,1 3,8 Philippines Rwanda Tanzania Uganda United States Venezuela Vietnam , Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe ,26 87,16 83, 89,893 84,83 86,66 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. December 213

9 Table 3C Robusta Coffee Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Robusta Angola Brazil 11,8 12,7 14, 1, 1,2 13,9 Cameroon Central African Republic Congo (Kinshasa) Cote d'ivoire 2,3 1,6 1,6 1,7 2, 1,9 Ecuador Ghana Guatemala Guinea India 3,2 3,46 3,4 3,66 3, 3,47 Indonesia 9, 7,9 7, 8,8 7, 7,8 Laos Liberia 2 4 Madagascar Malaysia 1, 1,1 1,4 1,4 1, 1, Mexico Nigeria Papua New Guinea Philippines Sierra Leone Sri Lanka Tanzania Thailand Togo Uganda 2,2 2,68 2,2 2,7 2,8 2,8 Vietnam 18, 18,76 2,2 2,6, 27, 2,1 3,341 6,48 63,37 61,49 63,8 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. December 213

10 Table 4 Coffee Consumption Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Domestic Consumption Algeria 2,8 1,81 2,26 1,93 2,22 2,22 Argentina Australia 1,33 1,39 1,4 1,1 1,2 1,7 Bolivia Brazil 18,76 19,42 2,2 2,61 21,1 21,1 Cameroon Canada 3,17 3,37 3,39 3, 3,4 3,6 China ,2 1,4 1,8 2, Colombia 1,18 1,12 1,2 1,2 1,2 1,2 Congo (Kinshasa) Costa Rica Cote d'ivoire Croatia 3 Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Ethiopia 2,8 2,86 3, 3, 3,1 3,1 European Union 49,96 42,22 46,21 43,8 44,1 44,9 Guatemala Haiti Honduras India 1,22 1,231 1,22 1,1 1,2 1,2 Indonesia 1,92 1,69 2,38 2,67 2,47 2, Iran Japan 6,78 6,9 6,92 7,4 7, 7, Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya 7 Korea, South 1,7 1,93 1,72 1,72 1,6 1,7 Laos Madagascar Malaysia Mexico 1,9 1,99 2,62 2,22 2,1 2,1 Morocco New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Panama 47 4 Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines 2,22 2,839 3,66 4,27 3,1 2,92 Russia 3,8 4,19 3,7 4,7 4,4 4,4 Serbia South Africa Sri Lanka Switzerland 1,9 2,18 2,17 2,34 2,3 2,4 Tanzania Thailand ,1 1,13 1,2 1,2 Turkey Uganda Ukraine 1,1 1,37 1, , 1,2 United States 22,6 22,888 23,397 23,447 22,8 23,8 Venezuela 87 1,3 1,3 1,37 1,31 1,31 Vietnam 1,2 1,337 1,66 1,82 1,9 1,9 Yemen ,7 133, ,9 142, ,86 144,423 December 213

11 Table Green Coffee Bean Ending Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Ending Angola Bolivia Brazil 2,836 2,96 2,238 7,63 8,233 7,973 Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Colombia Congo (Kinshasa) Costa Rica Cote d'ivoire European Union 1,8 12,9 1,4 11,2 1, 11, Ecuador El Salvador Ethiopia Ghana Guatemala Guinea Haiti Honduras India 2,633 1,742 1,421 1, ,239 Indonesia 1, Japan 1,9 2,1 2,14 2,9 2, 2,8 Kenya Madagascar Mexico Nicaragua Norway Papua New Guinea Paraguay 1 Peru Philippines Switzerland Tanzania Thailand Togo Uganda United States 4,2 4,8,1,4,2,6 Venezuela Vietnam 1,12 8 1,9 1,96 9 3,81 28,943 28,93 2,89 33,789 3,2 36,33 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. December 213

12 Table 6A Coffee Exports Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Exports Angola Bolivia Brazil 29,78 3,1 29,843 3,66 31,4 31,4 Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Colombia 7,43 8,38 7,36 8,8 8,62 9,77 Congo (Kinshasa) Costa Rica 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,4 1,2 1,2 Cote d'ivoire 2,4 98 1,62 1,68 1,8 1,7 Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador 1,2 1,2 1, 1,6 1,7 1,7 El Salvador 1, 1,772 1,13 1,1 7 9 Ethiopia 3,2 3,23 3,14 3,28 3,3 3,3 European Union Ghana Guatemala 3,89 3,72 3,91 3,8 3, 3, Guinea Haiti Honduras 3,2 3,9,29 4,4 4,8 4,8 India 4,26,1,223,2,23,1 Indonesia 8,7 9,72 7,4 8,9 7,4 7,8 Jamaica Kenya Laos Liberia 2 4 Madagascar Malawi Malaysia 1,46 1,67 1,9 2,2 2,3 2,3 Mexico 2,48 2,46 3,36 3, 3,19 3,19 Nicaragua 1,86 1,66 1,78 2,7 1,4 1,6 Nigeria Panama Papua New Guinea 1,4 8 1,3 77 1, 8 Paraguay Peru 3,1 3,88,14 4,1 3,9 3,7 Rwanda Sierra Leone Tanzania 8 1, Thailand 684 1, Togo Uganda 2,67 3,1 3, 3,2 3,4 3,4 Venezuela Vietnam 18,67 18,64,49,2 23,6 2,1 Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe , , , ,9 114,92 116,739 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 each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures. December 213

13 Table 6B Green Coffee Bean Exports Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Bean Exports Argentina Bolivia Brazil 26,8 31,81 26,6 27,143 27, 27, Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Colombia 6,44 7,4 6,67 8,1 8, 9, Congo (Kinshasa) Costa Rica 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,4 1,2 1,2 Cote d'ivoire 1,7 72 1,29 1,34 1, 1,4 Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador 1,236 1,77 1,13 1,1 7 9 Ethiopia 3,2 3,23 3,14 3,28 3,3 3,3 Ghana Guatemala 3,86 3,6 3,87 3,78 3,4 3,4 Guinea Haiti Honduras 3,2 3,9,29 4,4 4,8 4,8 India 3,4 4,16 3,73 3,7 3,7 3,67 Indonesia 7,42 7,41 4,9 6,9,6 6, Jamaica Kenya Laos Liberia 2 4 Madagascar Malawi Mexico 1,79 1,73 2,2 2,7 2,4 2,4 Nicaragua 1,6 1,2 1,67 1,9 1,3 1, Nigeria Panama Papua New Guinea 1,4 8 1,3 77 1, 8 Paraguay Peru 3,1 3,88,14 4,1 3,9 3,7 Rwanda Sierra Leone Tanzania 8 1, Thailand Togo Uganda 2,67 3,1 3, 3,2 3,4 3,4 Venezuela Vietnam 18,42 18,21 23,9 23,6 23,, Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe ,772 99,92 1,762 11,898 1,122 12,769 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 each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures. December 213

14 Table 6C Soluble Coffee Exports Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Soluble Exports Brazil 3,12 3,14 3,236 3,486 3, 3, Colombia Cote d'ivoire Ecuador ,7 1,17 1,17 European Union India 1,22 1,3 1,484 1, 1,47 1,47 Indonesia 1,32 2,3 2, 2, 1,8 1,8 Malaysia 1,46 1,67 1,9 2,2 2,3 2,3 Mexico Nicaragua Thailand 68 1, Vietnam ,881 13,297 13,4 13,926 13,7 13,7 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 each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures. December 213

15 Table 7A Coffee Imports Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Imports Algeria 2,8 1,81 2,26 1,93 2,22 2,22 Argentina Australia 1,33 1,39 1,4 1,1 1,2 1,7 Canada 3,17 3,37 3,39 3, 3,4 3,6 China ,2 1,4 1,8 2, Colombia ,1 6 7 Costa Rica Croatia 3 Cuba Ecuador ,1 1,3 1,4 1,4 El Salvador European Union 44,2 44,6 43,9 44,89 44,3 4, Guatemala Honduras India , Indonesia 7 6 1,3 1,8 7 7 Iran Japan 6,68 7,46 6, 8,21 7,4 7,4 Jordan Kazakhstan Korea, South 1,7 1,93 1,72 1,72 1,6 1,7 Malaysia 96 1,3 1,12 1,3 1, 1, Mexico 41 1,1 1,32 1,47 1,47 Morocco New Zealand Norway Philippines 2,32 2, 3,28 3,7 2,7 2,2 Russia 3,8 4,19 3,7 4,7 4,4 4,4 Serbia South Africa Switzerland 1,9 2,18 2,17 2,34 2,3 2,4 Thailand 4 1, 99 1,1 1,2 1,2 Turkey Ukraine 1,1 1,37 1, , 1,2 United States 2,87 23,11 23,82 23,7 22,7 23,9 Venezuela Vietnam ,667 16,42 19,33 113,239 19, ,238 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 each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures. December 213

16 Table 7B Green Coffee Bean Imports Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Bean Imports Algeria 2,6 1,77 2,23 1,9 2,2 2,2 Argentina Australia 1,4 1,11 1,14 1,19 1,2 1,2 Canada 2,1 2,3 2,22 2,33 2,3 2,4 China , 1,2 Colombia , 9 7 Costa Rica Croatia 2 Ecuador ,1 1,3 1,4 1,4 El Salvador 1 European Union 44,2 44,6 43,9 44,89 44,3 4, Guatemala 6 India , Indonesia Iran Japan 6,16 6,9,96 7,46 6,7 6,7 Jordan Korea, South 1,7 1,93 1,72 1,72 1,6 1,7 Malaysia 96 1,3 1,12 1,3 1, 1, Mexico Morocco New Zealand Norway Philippines Russia 1,43 1,4 1,72 2,2 2,2 2,2 Serbia South Africa Switzerland 1,9 2,18 2,17 2,34 2,3 2,4 Thailand Turkey United States 2, 22,46 23,7 23,36 22,2 23, Ukraine Venezuela Vietnam ,63 94,7 96,2 99,2 96,73 99,87 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 each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures. December 213

17 Table 7C Soluble Coffee Imports Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags 29/1 21/11 211/12 212/13 Jun 213/14 Dec 213/14 Soluble Imports Algeria Argentina Australia Canada 1,16 1,7 1,16 1,22 1,1 1,2 China Croatia 1 Ecuador 79 6 El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Indonesia Iran Japan Kazakhstan Mexico New Zealand Norway Philippines 1,9 1,62 2,77 3,3 2,1 2,1 Russia 2,37 2,6 1,98 2,4 2,2 2,2 Serbia South Africa Thailand Ukraine 1,41 1,27 1, United States Vietnam ,6 11,321 12,92 13,4 12,43 12,8 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 each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures. December 213

18 Table 8 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 213/14 Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable Caribbean Cuba Dominican Republic Haiti Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Caribbean , ,8 6 Central America Costa Rica 16 1,42 1,42 1,64 1, ,64 1, El Salvador 33 1, 1, 19 1, , Guatemala 442 3,87 1 3, ,37 3, ,37 3,28 Honduras 7,, 1,8 4,8 23,8 4,76 Nicaragua 17 1,7 1,7 1,717 1, ,717 1,64 Panama Central America ,8 1 13, ,282 12,13 1, ,282 11,3 East Asia China 2, 2, 2, 2, Japan 2,9 7,4 1,3 7, 2,8 1,3 Korea, South 1,7 1,7 1,7 1,7 East Asia 2,9 11,2 14,1 11,3 2,8 14,1 European Union - 28 European Union 11,2 4, 6,7 2 44,9 11, 6,7 European Union ,2 4, 6,7 2 44,9 11, 6,7 Former Soviet Union - 12 Kazakhstan Russia 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 Ukraine 1,2 1,2 1,2 1,2 Former Soviet Union - 12,6,6,6,6 Middle East Iran Jordan Turkey Yemen Middle East 1 1 1,16 1,31 2 1,29 1,31 2 December 213

19 Table 8 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 213/14 (Continued) Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable North Africa 2,22 2,22 2,22 2,22 Algeria Morocco 2,92 2,92 2,92 2,92 North Africa North America 3,6 3,6 3,6 3,6 Canada 1,7, ,1 3,19,387 1,47 3,8 2 3,6 112 Mexico 29,4,6 23,8 29,4 23,9 1 1,4 United States 1,7 38,437,697 29, 3,19 38,437 28,97 3,9 2 3,7,62 North America Oceania 1,7 1,7 1,7 1,7 Australia New Caledonia New Zealand Papua New Guinea 8 2, ,98 8 2,816 1, Oceania Croatia Norway Serbia 2,6 2 2,4 2,6 2,4 2 Switzerland 4, ,84 4,16 3,84 32 Other Europe South America Argentina Bolivia 31,9 6,163 7,973 21,1 31,4 6,163 3,1 13,9 39,2 7,63 Brazil 8,8 11, ,2 9,77 11,19 7 1, 1, 769 Colombia 34 2, ,7 2,139 1, Ecuador Guyana Paraguay 3,68 3, ,7 3,894 3,8 3,8 44 Peru 1,49 1 1,31 8 1, Venezuela 44,8 8,19 8,84,93 46,42 8,19 3,61 68,49 14,7 4,42 8,13 South America South Asia 3,92 7,94 1,239 1,2,1 7,94 942,12 3,47 1,6 1,27 India Sri Lanka 3,92 7,6 1,239 1,23,1 7,6 942,1 3,49 1,66 1,27 South Asia Southeast Asia December 213

20 Table 8 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 213/14 (Continued) Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable 7, 1, , 7,8 1, , 7,8 1,6 98 Indonesia Laos 8 3, 6 2,3 3, 1, 1, 1, Malaysia 3,7 14 2,92 3,7 2, Philippines 2, 7 1,2 77 2, 1,2 8 8 Thailand 26,6 3,81 3,81 1,9 2,1 3, , 27, 1, 1,96 Vietnam 34,8 49,733 4,83 9,27 36,37 49,733 6,32 41,2 38,7 2,67 2,18 Southeast Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Angola Benin Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Congo (Brazzaville) Congo (Kinshasa) 1,69 1, ,7 1,9 1,9 1,9 Cote d'ivoire Equatorial Guinea 3,2 6,7 17 3,1 3,3 6,7 6,3 6,3 22 Ethiopia Gabon Ghana Guinea Kenya Liberia Madagascar Malawi Nigeria Rwanda Sierra Leone South Africa 1,1 1,6 96 1,6 1, Tanzania Togo 3,3 3, ,4 3,988 3, 2, Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe 12,342 18,1 1,239 4,943 12,319 18,1 16,71 7,41 9,3 1,236 Sub-Saharan Africa World 11,32 297,492 36,33 144, , , ,238 1,46 63,8 86,66 33,789 World December 213

21 Table 9 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 212/13 Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable Caribbean Cuba Dominican Republic Haiti Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Caribbean ,16 7 1,8 1 1,16 Central America Costa Rica 1,67 1,67 3 1,94 1, ,94 1,29 El Salvador 18 1,2 1,2 17 1,443 1, , Guatemala 332 4,2 1 4,21 2 4,742 3, ,742 3,71 Honduras 9 4,6 4,6 1 4,7 4, ,7 4,36 Nicaragua 22 1,92 1,92 2,177 2, ,177 1,83 Panama Central America , , ,92 12,8 1, ,92 12,22 East Asia China 1,4 1,4 1,4 1,4 Japan 2,14 8,21 1,3 7,4 2,9 1,3 Korea, South 1,72 1,72 1,72 1,72 East Asia 2,14 11,48 13,62 1,72 2,9 13,62 European Union - 28 European Union 1,4 44,89, ,8 11,2,29 European Union ,4 44,89, ,8 11,2,29 Former Soviet Union - 12 Kazakhstan Russia 4,7 4,7 4,7 4,7 Ukraine Former Soviet Union - 12,26,26,26,26 Middle East Iran Jordan Turkey Yemen Middle East 1 1 1,16 1,31 2 1,29 1,31 2 December 213

22 Table 9 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 212/13 (Continued) Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable North Africa 1,93 1,93 1,93 1,93 Algeria Morocco 2,6 2,6 2,6 2,6 North Africa North America 3, 3, 3, 3, Canada 2,27, ,22 3,,887 1,32 4, 2 4,3 62 Mexico 28,897,4 23,447 28,897 23, ,1 United States 2,27 38,339,62 29,227 3, 38,339 28,8 4,97 2 4,397,162 North America Oceania 1,1 1,1 1,1 1,1 Australia New Caledonia New Zealand Papua New Guinea 78 2, ,9 77 2,711 1, Oceania Croatia Norway Serbia 2,4 2 2,34 2,4 2,34 2 Switzerland 4,3 32 3,7 4,3 3,7 32 Other Europe South America Argentina Bolivia 3,48 8,338 7,63 2,61 3,66 8,338 6,1 1, 41,1 2,238 Brazil 8,72 1, ,2 8,8 1,8 6 9,92 9,92 9 Colombia 33 2, ,6 2,74 1, Ecuador Guyana Paraguay 4,13 4, ,1 4,314 4,3 4,3 14 Peru 1,9 4 1,37 8 1, Venezuela 48,73 78,43 8,13,3 4,41 78,43 3,631 71,66 1,18 6,48 2,747 South America South Asia 4,13 7,932 1,27 1,1,2 7,932 1,28,33 3,66 1,643 1,421 India Sri Lanka 4,13 7,967 1,27 1,18,2 7,967 1,28,338 3,68 1,63 1,421 South Asia Southeast Asia December 213

23 Table 9 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 212/13 (Continued) Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable 7,83 11, ,67 8,9 11,668 1,8 1, 8,8 1,7 88 Indonesia Laos 9 2,7 2,2 2,7 1,3 1,4 1,4 Malaysia 4,37 9 4,27 4,37 3, Philippines 1,9 1, ,9 1,1 8 8 Thailand,67 27,99 1,96 1,82,2 27, , 2,6 9 1,9 Vietnam 33,76 49,138 2,18 1, 36,48 49,138 7,63 4,16 37,3 2,63 1,343 Southeast Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Angola Benin Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Congo (Brazzaville) Congo (Kinshasa) 1,642 1, ,68 1,838 1,7 1,7 88 Cote d'ivoire Equatorial Guinea 3,27 6, 22 3, 3,28 6, 6,32 6,32 23 Ethiopia Gabon Ghana Guinea Kenya Liberia Madagascar Malawi Nigeria Rwanda Sierra Leone South Africa 1, 1, ,14 1, Tanzania Togo 3,1 3, ,2 3,888 3,3 2, Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe 11,93 17,26 1,236 4,89 11,4 17,26 9 1,873 6,71 9,163 1,63 Sub-Saharan Africa World 113,96 292,96 33, , ,9 292,96 113,239 13,268 63,37 89,893 2,89 World December 213

24 Table 1 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 211/12 Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable Caribbean Cuba Dominican Republic Haiti Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Caribbean , ,86 2 1,19 73 Central America Costa Rica 2 1,77 1,77 6 2,4 1,4 34 2,4 1,43 El Salvador 13 1,2 1,2 18 1,398 1, ,398 9 Guatemala 237 4,4 1 4,41 2 4,847 3, ,847 3,81 Honduras 3,6,6 1,64, ,64,33 Nicaragua 22 2,1 2,1 2,122 1, ,122 2,1 Panama Central America 2 1,1 1 1, ,132 13,6 1, ,132 13,6 East Asia China 1,2 1,2 1,2 1,2 Japan 2,1 6, 9,6 6,92 2,14 9,6 Korea, South 1,72 1,72 1,72 1,72 East Asia 2,1 9,3 11,81 9,67 2,14 11,81 European Union - 28 European Union 12,9 43,9 6,8 46,21 1,4 6,8 European Union ,9 43,9 6,8 46,21 1,4 6,8 Former Soviet Union - 12 Kazakhstan Russia 3,7 3,7 3,7 3,7 Ukraine 1,11 1,11 1,11 1,11 Former Soviet Union - 12,,,, Middle East Iran Jordan Turkey Yemen Middle East 1 1 1,3 1,18 2 1,16 1,18 2 December 213

25 Table 1 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 211/12 (Continued) Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable North Africa 2,26 2,26 2,26 2,26 Algeria Morocco 2,96 2,96 2,96 2,96 North Africa North America 3,39 3,39 3,39 3,39 Canada 2,238, ,62 3,36,489 1,1 4,3 2 4,1 89 Mexico 28,497,1 23,397 28,497 23, ,8 United States 2,238 37,376,162 28,849 3,36 37,376 28,31 4, ,192 4,669 North America Oceania 1,4 1,4 1,4 1,4 Australia New Caledonia New Zealand 1,36 1, ,3 1,421 1,4 1,3 21 Papua New Guinea 1,36 3, ,8 1,3 3,181 1,76 1,4 1,3 21 Oceania Croatia Norway Serbia 2,37 2 2,17 2,37 2,17 2 Switzerland 3, ,8 3,91 3,8 32 Other Europe South America Argentina Bolivia 29,17 2,16 2,238 2,2 29,843 2,16 49,2 14, 34,7 2,96 Brazil 6,4 8,89 9 1,2 7,36 8,89 1,1 7,6 7,6 99 Colombia 391 1, , 1,923 1, Ecuador Guyana Paraguay,3, ,14,3,2,2 1 Peru 1,8 13 1,3 1 1, Venezuela 41,73 7,64 2,747 23,822 44,8 7,64 3,71 63, 14,73 48,82 3,33 South America South Asia 4,1 7,864 1,421 1,22,223 7, ,23 3,4 1,69 1,742 India Sri Lanka 4,1 7,894 1,421 1,2,223 7, ,26 3,6 1,7 1,742 South Asia Southeast Asia December 213

26 Table 1 World Coffee Supply and Distribution, 211/12 (Continued) Thousand 6-Kilogram Bags Country Beginning Arabica Robusta Imports Supply Exports Domestic Use Ending Distributio Exportable,92 9, ,38 7,4 9,918 1,3 8,3 7, 1,3 83 Indonesia Laos 82 2,7 62 1,9 2,7 1,12 1,4 1,4 Malaysia 3, ,66 3,82 3, Philippines 1,8 1,1 7 1, Thailand,33 27,2 1,9 1,66,49 27,2 4 26, 2,2 8 8 Vietnam 31,43 4,868 1,343 9,3 34,99 4,868 7,38 37, 3,37 2, Southeast Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Angola Benin Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Congo (Brazzaville) Congo (Kinshasa) 1,3 2, ,62 2,8 1,6 1,6 48 Cote d'ivoire Equatorial Guinea 3,27 6, , 3,14 6,42 6,32 6,32 1 Ethiopia Gabon Ghana Guinea Kenya Liberia Madagascar Malawi Nigeria Rwanda Sierra Leone South Africa Tanzania Togo 2,92 3, , 3,688 3,7 2, Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe 11,22 17,96 1,63,8 11,2 17,96 4 1,673 6,6 9,113 1,383 Sub-Saharan Africa World 14, ,666 2,89 141,9 114, ,666 19,33 144,4 6,48 83, 28,93 World December 213

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