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Coffee Overview

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages. It is farmed in 80 countries and exported by over 50 nations spanning Central and South America, Africa and Asia. India is the eighth largest producer of coffee in the world, following Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, Colombia, Ethiopia, Honduras and Peru. In coffee season (CS – generally it is between October and September) CS12-13, India produced 3.18 lakh tonnes of coffee, wherein the state of Karnataka accounted for approximately 72.4% of the total output. Owing to its diverse climatic conditions, India produces both Arabica and Robusta types of coffee, wherein their production in CS12-13 was in the ratio of 31:69. On an average, approximately 80% of the coffee produced in India is exported. Approximately, six lakh laborers are directly employed in coffee plantations, while an equal number are estimated to be employed indirectly in allied and ancillary activities.       

Impact Analysis

  • Coffee to register a higher consumption growth compared to tea …

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