6% Sales Increase in Latin American Coffee

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.

Monday, August 26, 2013

From a report by the National Coffee Association of Guatemala (Anacafé):

Coffee exports from nine Latin American countries, excluding Brazil, rose by 6.04% in the first 10 months of the current crop, which began in October 2012, said the National Coffee Association of Guatemala (Anacafé) yesterday.

Guatemala. - Total sales for October 2012 to July 2013 recorded by Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru and the Dominican Republic, totaled 24,713,982 bags each weighing 60 kilos, the association said.

This figure is 6.04% more than the 23,305,393 60 kilo bags sold in the 2011-2012 harvest.



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Latin American Coffee Exports Up 4.47%

October 2013

At the end of the current crop, coffee exports in Latin America, excluding Brazil, totaled 29.3 million bags of 60 kilos.

The figures, provided by Anacafé exports include Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Colombia and Peru.

Increased Sales of Quality Coffee

January 2013

From October to December 2012, exports from the group of nine Latin American coffee producing countries, with the exception of Brazil, grew by 15.75%.

The National Coffee Association of Guatemala (Anacafe) said in a statement that their exports of quality coffee from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Colombia and Peru, joined the 6,135,414 60 kilo bags, in the quarter from October to December 2012.

Latin American Coffee Exports Grow

May 2011

Guatemala and Mexico are the only countries in the region to have reduced their foreign sales in the current coffee year.

El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Mexico, The Dominican Republic, Colombia and Peru together increased by 17.7% sales in exported coffee beans in the current coffee year, which began in October 2010.

Latin American Coffee Exports Down 11%

June 2010

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.

In this period, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru sold 15.9 million sacks of 60kg, according to data from Guatemala’s Coffee Association (Anacafé).

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