Latin American Coffee Exports Up 23%

The combined exports of the 9 Latin American exporting countries have increased by 23.17% over the first four months of the current crop.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Between October 2010 and January 2011, exports from Costa Rica, Colombia, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Peru, Mexico, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic totaled 7.901.259 60 kilos coffee bags.

According to the National Coffee Association (Anacafe) of Guatemala, "during that period only Guatemala and Mexico lowered their exports, with declines of 3.92% and 25.60%, respectively, compared to January 2010, reports EFE.



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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.

6% Increase in LA Coffee Exports

December 2011

The combined exports of the group of nine countries in Latin America, rose by 6.18% in November compared to the same month in 2010.

According to the National Coffee Association, of the nine countries, El Salvador, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru, Honduras, the Dominican Republic and El Salvador, four of them reported a decline. Colombia with 5.9%, Nicaragua 28.45%, Peru 3.08%, and the Dominican Republic 3.99%.

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 America Coffee Exports Rise 22.5%

January 2011

During the last three months of 2010, the combined exports of the group of 9 Latin American countries rose 22.54%.

The combined exports of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Colombia and Peru, between the months of October and December of last year totaled 5.405.538 60 kilo bags.

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