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India produces different varieties of tea such as CTC, orthodox tea, green tea, etc. However, over 80% of tea produced in India is of CTC variety, because of its preference in domestic market. The per capita tea consumption of tea has increased from 652 grams in CY2000 to 725 grams in CY12 owing to the steady demand. Historically, loose tea demand constituted more than 60% of the total tea market in India. However, with increased branding activities by tea companies, number of choices available for consumers and consistently better quality of the packet tea, the demand of packet tea has witnessed a rising trend during past few years. India is the eighth largest producer of coffee in the world. Owing to its diverse climatic conditions, India produces both Arabica and Robusta types of coffee. However, coffee production is skewed towards Robusta in the ratio of 32:68. On an average, approximately 80% of the coffee produced in India is exported. The per capita consumption of coffee in India is only about 90 grams, considerably low compared to other coffee exporting nations. This shows the immense potential for the domestic coffee industry to grow.

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Updates

    • Monthly Update June 2014

      Both tea and coffee output witnessed a decline on a YoY basis in April 2014....

    • Monthly Update May 2014

      Domestic coffee prices remained elevated in April 2014....

    • Monthly Update April 2014

      Tea output improved while coffee output declined marginally on a YoY basis in February 2014....

    • Monthly Update March 2014

      Tea and coffee output continued to register a drop on a YoY basis in January 2014....

    • Monthly Update February 2014

      Tea and coffee output registered a drop on a YoY basis in December 2013....

    • Monthly Update January 2014

      Tea output increased by 7.1% on a YoY basis in the period January-November 2013....

    • Monthly Update December 2013

      Tea and coffee output increased by 15.7% and 2.8% YoY respectively, in October 2013....

    • Monthly Update November 2013

      Tea output moved up by 8.7% on a YoY basis in September 2013....

    • Monthly Update October 2013

      Tea output grew marginally in the month of August 2013....

    • Monthly Update September 2013

      Tea output grew by double digit growth of 16.5% on a YoY basis in July 2013....

    • Monthly Update August 2013

      Tea output improved in June 2013 on a YoY basis mainly due to better production in West Bengal....

    • Monthly Update July 2013

      Tea production registered a drop in May 2013 on a YoY basis....

    • Monthly Update June 2013

      Tea prices registered an increase in the month of April 2013 on a MoM basis....

    • Monthly Update May 2013

      Tea production registered an increase in the month of March 2013 on a m-o-m basis....

    • Monthly Update April 2013

      Domestic coffee prices declined for the third consecutive month in February 2013....

    • Monthly Update March 2013

      Average tea price in India remained elevated in CY 2012....

    • Monthly Update February 2013

      Domestic coffee prices witnessed softening in the month of December 2012....

    • Monthly Update January 2013

      Average tea prices across India witnessed softening in October 2012 on a m-o-m basis....

    • Monthly Update December 2012

      Higher supplies and weak global prices affected coffee exports in CS 2012-13....

Impact Analysis

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

    Demand for tea in India has remained consistent as tea is being consumed in over 90% of the households as an integral part of the daily routine......

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