Top 10 Robusta Coffee Growing Countries: Brazil is the country with the highest coffee production in the world. However, the country with robusta coffee production is leading Vietnam. Especially famous for robusta Buon Ma Thuot coffee brand. Today we together learn about the ten countries with the most significant coffee production in the world in recent years.
In the 2019-2020 crop, the world coffee production is about 169.3 million bags. The weight of each bag is 60 kg. Arabica has 95.76 million bags, and Robusta coffee has 73.56 million bags.
1. Vietnam has the most significant robusta coffee production globally at 42.3%.
Proud to be the world’s leading robusta coffee crop. Vietnam’s total coffee production in the 2019-2020 crop is 32.2 million bags, of which Robusta coffee accounts for 31.1 million bags, equivalent to 1.87 million tons.
Accounts for 42.3% of the total robusta coffee production of the world (31.1/ 73.56 million bags).
2. Brazil ranked second in robusta production with 24.6%.
Brazil, officially known as the Federal Republic of Brazil, is the largest country in South America. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world in terms of area and population, with more than 214 million people. Brazil is the only Portuguese-speaking country in the Americas and the largest globally.
As the leading country in coffee production, Brazil mainly grows tea coffee. Production alone reached 18.1 million bags, equivalent to 1.09 million tons. It accounts for 24.6% of the world’s coffee production.
3. Indonesia has the 3rd most significant robusta production globally.
Indonesia is officially known as the Republic of Indonesia. It is an island nation located between Southeast Asia and Oceania.
Indonesia is known as the Land of Thousand Islands. Because of its territory, it consists of 13,487 islands. An estimated population will reach more than 274.1 million in 2020—ranked 4th in the world and 3rd in Asia.
Indonesia has a coffee production of 9.45 million bags, equivalent to 567 thousand tons; It accounts for 12.85% of the world’s robusta coffee production.
4. India, 4th coffee-growing country
India is officially known as the Republic of India. It is the seventh-largest country in terms of area and the second most populous globally, with a population of over 1.36 billion.
India produces robusta coffee of 3.91 million bags, equivalent to 234 thousand tons; It accounts for 5.32% of the world’s robusta coffee production.
5. Uganda – Robusta Coffee Growing Countries
Uganda, officially known as the “Republic of Uganda,” is without sea borders. It is located entirely within the African continent. Uganda is located in the Nile basin, with a diverse climate but is generally mainly an equatorial climate.
Uganda produces robusta coffee with 3.5 million bags or 210 thousand tons; It accounts for 4.76% of the world’s robusta coffee production.
6. Malaysia robusta coffee-growing country ranked 6th.
Malaysia, also known as Malaysia for short, is a federal constitutional monarchy located in Southeast Asia. It consists of 13 states and three federal territories, with a total land area of 330,803 km².
Malaysia has a robusta coffee production of 2 million bags, equivalent to 120 thousand tons; It accounts for 2.72% of the world’s robusta coffee production.
7. Ivory Coast.
Ivory Coast or Côte d’Ivoire, officially the Ivory Coast or the Côte d’Ivoire, is a country located in West Africa.
Ivory Coast has a robusta coffee production of 1.8 million bags, equivalent to 108 thousand tons; It accounts for 2.45% of the world’s coffee production.
8. Thailand – Robusta Coffee Growing Countries
Thailand is officially known as the Kingdom of Thailand. It is an independent, sovereign country in Southeast Asia.
Thailand has a robusta coffee production of 700 thousand bags, equivalent to 42 thousand tons; It accounts for 0.95% of the world’s coffee production.
9. Tanzania, the 7th largest robusta coffee grower.
The United Republic of Tanzania is a country on the east coast of Africa. The east coast in the Indian Ocean.
Tanzania produces robusta coffee of 600 thousand bags, equivalent to 36 thousand tons; It accounts for 0.82% of the world’s coffee production.
10. Ranked 10th is Laos, Vietnam’s neighbor.
Laos, officially known as the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, is a sovereign island country in Indochina Peninsula, Southeast Asia. It borders Myanmar, China, and Vietnam to the east and northwest. The southeast borders Cambodia, the west and the southwest border Thailand.
Laos produces coffee of 475 thousand bags, equivalent to 29 thousand tons, accounting for 0.65% of the world’s robusta coffee production.
Here are the top 10 countries with the most robust coffee production globally. And of course, we are always proud; Vietnam has always had the highest coffee production and strong exports globally.
Vietnam has always been at the top and is a supplier of coffee to many countries around the world. Especially famous for the brand of Buon Ma Thuot coffee, a place associated with coffee trees from an ancient time.