Coffee production has been stabilizing for the second month in a row
Bogotá, August 9, 2023 (FNC Press Office) – At the end of July, coffee imports are estimated to have decreased 50% compared to the previous year, from 171,000 bags imported in July 2022 to 86,000* in 2023, down 85,000 bags.
On the other hand, registered coffee production in Colombia in July, and for the second month in a row, has been stabilizing to reach 947,000 60-kg bags.
However, in the last 12 months, it fell 11% from 12 million bags to 10.7 million bags as a result of climate variables that affected coffee production.
Meanwhile, preliminary exports in the last 12 months reached 10.3 million bags, and in July reached 846,000 bags, down 17% from the same month in 2022.
* Preliminary data estimated by the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) for calculating monthly coffee production, subject to changes. The final data is calculated from the foreign trade information regularly published by the National Directorate of Taxes and Customs (DIAN).