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Volume was insufficient to meet world demand, which was supplemented with stock from previous harvests.

In the coffee year 2022-2023, world coffee production was 168.2 million bags of 60kg –that is, 10.1 million tons. This is an increase of 0.1% compared to the same period of the previous year.

The data is contained in the report on the Coffee Market – November 2023, of the ICO (International Coffee Organization). She considers as coffee-year from December to November of the following year. The year 2022-2023 therefore comprises from December 2022 to November 2023.

The result considers the volume produced of coffee species Coffea arabica and Coffea canephora in the 4 major producing regions of the planet.

Here is the production by region:

South America: 4.9 million tonnes (48.3% of total)

Asia & Oceania: 3 million tonnes (29.6%)

Central America & Mexico: 1.2 million tonnes (11.4%)

Africa: 1.1 million tonnes (10.7%)

Regarding the coffee species produced:

Coffea arabica: 5.6 million tonnes (55.9% of the 2023 World crop)

Coffea canephora (robusta+conilon): 4.5 million tonnes (44.1% of production)

Production, however, was not enough to meet the demand of 10.4 million tons. The surplus was supplied with stocks from previous crops.

The distribution of demand was as follows: the 4 large regions already mentioned consumed 31.8% of their coffee production (3.3 million tons). Importing countries accounted for 68.2% of world consumption (7.1 million tonnes)

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