Nicaragua: Coffee Exports up 32%

The 2009-2010 harvest increased 32.2% compared to last year.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Between October 2009 and September 2010, total exports were $ 320.6 million, while in the 2008-2009 harvest exports totaled $ 242.6 million.

"The Center for Export Procedures (CETREX) attributed the higher values to higher productivity and an increase in international coffee prices," reports

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Nicaraguan Coffee Exports Increase

November 2011

In the first month of the current 2011-2012 harvest, exports increased by 4% compared to the same period last season.

Foreign sales of coffee in the last October totaled $11.1 million, 3.7% higher than in October 2010 with $10.7 million, according to the Center for Exports (CETREX).

Nicaragua: Coffee Exports Increase by 37%

October 2011

The country received $438 million in foreign sales for the 2010-2011 coffee harvest.

The main destinations for Nicaraguan coffee were the United States, Germany and Venezuela, according to data from the Center for Exports (CETREX).

An article in reports, "The strong recovery in exports was driven by the rise in coffee prices, averaging $225.5 per quintal in the period 2010-2011 compared with $149.8 in the 2009-2010 cycle. "

Latin American Coffee Exports Fall 9.5%

October 2010

In 2009-2010 coffee exports as a whole for the nine AL producing countries fell 9.5% over the previous harvest.

The total exports from Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Peru and Dominican Republic totaled 23.2 million 60 kilos bags.

El Salvador's coffee exports increase

June 2008

Exports of coffee from El Salvador rose by 29 percent in May, compared with the same period in 2007.

Revenues increased by 46 percent, reflecting higher world prices, the El Salvador Coffee Board said.
In May of this year El Salvador exported 241,060 quintals of coffee, compared with 187,298 quintals last year. A quintal is equivalent to about 46 kilograms or about 100 pounds.

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