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  • 1.2.4-WORLD COFFEE TRADE-CROP YEARS IN COFFEE PRODUCING COUNTRIES

  • Crop years in coffee producing countries

     
     

    Coffee is a seasonal crop. Seasons vary from country to country, starting and finishing at different times throughout the year. This makes statistics on worldwide annual production very difficult to collate: any single twelve-month period may encompass a whole crop year in one country but will also include the tail end of the previous year’s crop and the beginning of the next year’s crop in others.

    In order to compare supply aggregates as well as supply with demand, where ever possible and appropriate on the website, all such data has been converted from crop year to coffee year (which runs from October to September), however it should be noted that this is not always possible.
     

     

                              Crop Years in producing countries 

    1 October-30 September 

    Benin 

    Ghana 

    Nigeria 

    Cameroon 

    Guatemala 

    Panama 

    Central African Republic 

    Guinea 

    Sierra Leone 

    Colombia 

    Honduras 

    Sri Lanka 

    Costa Rica 

    India 

    Thailand 

    Cote d’Ivoire 

    Jamaica 

    Togo 

    Democratic Republic of the Congo 

    Kenya 

    Trinidad & Tobago 

    El Salvador 

    Liberia 

    Uganda 

    Equatorial Guinea 

    Mexico 

    Venezuela 

    Ethiopia 

    Nicaragua 

    Vietnam 

    Gabon 

      

      

    1 April-31 March 

    Angola 

    Indonesia 

    Paraguay 

    Bolivia 

    Madagascar 

    Peru 

    Brazil 

    Malawi 

    Rwanda 

    Burundi 

    Papua New Guinea 

    Zimbabwe 

    Ecuador 

      

      

    1 July-30 June 

    Congo 

    Haiti 

    United Republic of Tanzania 

    Cuba 

    Philippines 

    Zambia