Latin American Coffee Exports Fall 9.5%
In 2009-2010 coffee exports as a whole for the nine AL producing countries fell 9.5% over the previous harvest.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
The total exports from Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Peru and Dominican Republic totaled 23.2 million 60 kilos bags.
With respect to the 2011-2012 harvest, sales from the current harvest have increased by 28% in Nicaragua, 7% in El Salvador, and 4% in Guatemala, while Honduras sold 16% less and Costa Rica's sales remained the same.
In the first eight months of the current coffee harvest, Latin America’s 9 producing countries exported 10.8% less than the same period of the previous one.
The combined exports of the 2009-10 harvests for the nine countries in Latin America have fallen 10.15%.
At the end of the current crop, coffee exports in Latin America, excluding Brazil, totaled 29.3 million bags of 60 kilos.
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