How much coffee is grown in Vietnam?

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How much coffee does Vietnam produce?

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Vietnam has the highest yields globally with an output of 2.8 tons of coffee per hectares. This is a full ton higher than the second-highest yield of 1.4 tons per hectare in Brazil.

How much coffee is produced yearly in Vietnam?

From producing less than two million bags per year in the early 1990s, Vietnam has emerged as the second largest coffee-producing and -exporting country in the world, with an average annual output that currently exceeds 25 million 60-kg bags.

Why does Vietnam make so much coffee?

Vietnamese farmers are using too much water and fertiliser, says Dr Dave D’Haeze, a Belgian soil expert. “There’s this traditional belief that you need to do that and nobody has really been trained on how to produce coffee,” he says.

What is Vietnam’s largest export?

Vietnam main exports are: telephones, mobile phones and parts thereof (21 percent of total shipments) and textiles (12 percent). Others include: computers and electrical products (12 percent); shoes and footwear (7 percent) and machinery, instruments and accessories (6 percent).

Is Vietnam a coffee producer?

Vietnam is a major producer of robusta, the bitter tasting bean used in instant coffee and some espresso blends. Wholesale robusta bean prices have risen by about 50% so far this year.

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Who imports the most coffee?

Leading coffee importing countries worldwide in 2019 (in million U.S. dollars)

Characteristic Trade value in million U.S. dollars
United States 5,841.57
Germany 3,097.03
France 2,732.28
Italy 1,622.81