How does coffee affect the global economy?
Even if we don’t need coffee in this life!
However, it is a decision that every person on the earth must make.
It is not just a daily source of fuel and energy, but also a source of worldwide economies activity.
IMPROVING THE COFFEE INDUSTRY
Coffee Market Revenue is valued at $42.5 BILLION globally (2011)
Coffee supports the livelihoods of 25 million small producers throughout the world.
VIETNAM UNIT: 1000BAG (60KG/BAG) GLOBAL COFFEE IMPORT AND EXPORT VALUE WORLDWIDE
COFFEE PRODUCTION ECONOMIC COFFEE WORLDWIDE
36% of the world’s green coffee is produced
at BRAZIL in December 2011.
It is estimated that there are approximate:
49 COUNTRIES around the world grow coffee.
TOP 10 COFFEE-PRODUCING COUNTRIES:
Unit: Bag (60kg)
- BRAZIL : 54,500,000 VND
- VIETNAM : 18,725,000 VND
- COLOMBIA: 9,500,000
- INDONESIA: 9,325,000
- INDIA: 5,100,000
- ETHOPIA: 4,400,000
- HONDURAS: 4,000,000
- PERU: 4,000,000
- GUATENAL: 3,910,000
- MEXICO: 3,700,000
58% of Americans drink coffee,
About 146 Billion cups per year
40% roasted coffee beans.
TOP COFFEE USE COUNTRIES:
Coffee is consumed by 58 percent of Americans.
Approximately 146 billion cups are produced each year.
Coffee beans that have been roasted to 40% of their original size.
Source: National Coffee Organization of the United States.
International Coffee Organization
Federal Food and Agriculture Association of the United States of America
Starbucks Coffee Company