Top 10 Largest Coffee Producing Countries in the World

Coffee is a famous brewed beverage, roasted seeds of Coffee fruits. The coffee used as a favorite drink from hundreds of years, it has been using in many countries. There are many varieties of Coffee different in tastes and fragrances. Over 75 countries growing Coffee as a cash crop. Organic Coffee gaining is demand in the market recently. The machines and technology helped to improve coffee bean quality and protection. Arabica and Robusta are the famous species in Coffee beans. Brazil is the Top Coffee producer in the world, and countries in the African region are also farming coffee trees notably. The Largest Coffee Producing Countries listed below.

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1. Brazil

Brazil is the largest coffee producing country in the World, and history comes from the last 150 years. It produces about 2,590,010 metric tons of coffee per year. the Coffee Plantation covers about 27,000 sq km of land in the country with 74% Arabica and 26% Robusta.

2. Vietnam

Vietnam is the second-largest producer of Coffee after Brazil with a total production of about 1,650,000 tons per year. Robusta (species of coffee) is the main species of Coffee producing over 96% in the Country of Vietnam.

3. Colombia

The coffee origin came from European land, Colombia one of the largest producers of coffee in the world. It produces over 810,000 tons of Coffee beans per year, and exports to the US, Germany, France, Japan, and Italy.

4. Indonesia

Indonesia is the 4th largest coffee producer in the world, most of the coffee producer is small coffee farmers (Avg in 2 hectares of land). This country produces coffee around 559,000 tons per year. It exports coffee to the US, Eastern Europe, Japan, and Russia.

5. India

India is one of the biggest nations in the world and it’s cultivating thousands of species of crops, Coffee is one of them, 98% of the Coffee production done by the small farmers. India is facing some of the main problems with coffee that is rains early in the year and other disasters. Coffee is only cultivating in South Indian states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala with a total production of about 306,000 tons per year.

6. Ethiopia

Ethiopia is the top producer of Coffee in the African region, there are many formers depending on the coffee as their income. The total area of coffee cultivation is estimated at around 4,000 square km with a total production of 264,000 tons per year.

7. Mexico

Mexico is the 7th largest Coffee production country in the world with 252,000 tons per year. Mexico also exports Coffee after their needs in the country. Arabica is the most cultivating species of the country with Altura, Liquidambar MS, and Pluma Coixtepec.

8. Peru

Coffee Production in Peru dramatically increasing and decreasing each year, the total Coffee production is about 241,000 tons per year.

9. Honduras

Honduras is one of the best Organic Coffee Producer in the World. At the end of the 19th century, coffee cultivation started and has positioned in the top coffee-producing countries. Coffee production is around 240,000 tons per year

10. Guatemala

The Geography and temperature in the country are suitable for coffee production. The coffee cultivation started in 1850 and expanding coffee cultivation growing with suitable lands. The Coffee production of the country is around 234,000 tons per year.

Posted By: Worldlistmania Contributor

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