Coffee Trade Statistics - January 2016
29 February 2016
World coffee exports amounted to 8.96 million bags in January 2016, compared with 9.04 million in January 2015. Exports in the first four months of coffee year 2015/16 (Oct/15 to Jan/16) have increased by 1.7% in comparison with the first four months of the last coffee year. In the twelve months ending January 2016, exports of Arabica totalled 70.24 million bags compared to 68.97 million bags last year; whereas Robusta exports amounted to 42.15 million bags compared to 46.06 million bags.
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