Honduran Coffee in Numbers

Up until March 5, the volume exported from the current 2017/18 harvest amounted to 3.6 million bags, 17% more than was reported on the same date of the 2016-2017 cycle.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

According to figures from the Honduran Coffee Institute (Ihcafe), the value of sales of the grain abroad showed a behavior contrary to the volume exported. "...The value of exports is $446.5 million, showing a decrease of 1% compared to $450.5 million."

See "Central America: Price of exported coffee drops 33%"

The decrease in the value of sales is due to "...The average export price to date being $123.7, compared to the average price of 2016-2017, of $145.8, registering a decrease of 15%. "

See also: "Crop Monitoring in Central America"

The Ihcafe report details that "... Exports to date total 3.61 million bags of 46 kg, showing an increase of 17% compared to the 3.09 million bags registered in the same period of the year 2016-2017."

See full report (in Spanish).

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From the IHCAFE Statistical Information Bulletin: 

As of December 20, 2017,  2017-2018 harvest.

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