Brazil: Coffee Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   BR2024-0012
Brazil’s total coffee production for marketing year 2024/25 (July-June) is forecast at 69.9 million bags (60 kilograms per bag), green bean equivalent, a 5.4 percent increase over the previous crop year. Arabica production is expected to reach 48.2 million bags and robusta/conilon production is forecast at 21.7 million bags. Both forecasts represent increases over the 2023/24 season. Higher demand for Brazilian coffee, following the decline in production of other important coffee-producing countries, has also led to an increase in coffee exports. Post forecasts total coffee exports for MY 2024/25 (July-June) at 46.65 million 60-kg bags, green bean equivalent, up 2.4 percent in relation to the 2023/24 estimate.

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