Trade Statistics - March 2014

30 April 2014

Originally posted on 30 April 2014. Figures revised 1 May 2014, 14:26 GMT.

World coffee exports amounted to 10.34 million bags in March 2014, compared with 10.12 million bags in March 2013. Exports in first six months of coffee year 2013/14 (Oct/13 to Mar/14) have fallen by 4.7% in comparison with the first six months of the last coffee year. In the twelve months ending March 2014, exports of Arabica totalled 69.1 million bags compared to 67.96 million bags last year; whereas Robusta exports amounted to 40.13 million bags compared to 42.92 million bags.

Note: ICO monthly trade statistics are based on available data at time of publication. For historical data, please submit an information request to the ICO Library at library@ico.org. For public data on the global trade of coffee, visit the Statistics page on our website>>

ICO Indicator prices
(US cents/lb)  08/12/2017
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ICO Composite 113.63 +0.1%
Colombian Milds 140.65 -0.3%
Other Milds 136.63 -0.3%
Brazilian Naturals 120.34 0.0%
Robustas 88.23 +0.7%

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