Indonesia: Coffee Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   ID2024-0016
Indonesia’s 2024/25 coffee production is expected to recover to 10.9 million (60-kilogram) bags on favorable weather despite a delayed harvest in Southern Sumatera. Exports for 2023/24 are revised downward as production falls more steeply than previously estimated. Domestic consumption is expected at 4.8 million bags on projected stable economic growth.

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