China: Coffee Imports Show Strong Growth Potential

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   CH2022-0034

In marketing year 2021/2022 (MY21/22 Oct - Sept) strong demand for imported coffee products is expected to increase imports to 4 million 60-kilogram (KG) bags green been equivalent (GBE), a 5 percent increase over MY20/21 imports. Domestic coffee production in MY21/22 is forecast lower at 1.75 million 60-KG bags GBE on declining incomes for farmers. To spur production gains, the Yunnan government may be considering programs to increase farmer incomes and make coffee production more appealing.

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