Coffee Exports by Country 2019

April 28, 2020 by Daniel Workman

Ground coffee beansWorldwide coffee exports by country totaled an estimated US$30.1 billion in 2019, dropping by an overall -0.9% for all coffee shippers over the five-year period starting in 2015. Year over year, the value of globally exported coffee depreciated by -1.9% from 2018 to 2019.

From a continental perspective, Europe accounted for the highest dollar value worth of exported coffee sales during 2019 with total shipments valued at $11.7 billion or 38.9% of globally exported coffee. Close behind in second place at 34.8% was Latin America excluding Mexico but including the Caribbean, ahead of coffee exporters in Asia at 14%. Smaller percentages belonged to Africa (6.4%), North America (5.3%), and Oceania (0.6%) led by Papua New Guinea ahead of Australia.
For research purposes, the 4-digit Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) code prefix for coffee is 0901.

 Below are the 15 countries that exported the highest dollar value worth of coffee during 2019.

  1. Brazil: US$4.6 billion (15.1% of total coffee exports)
  2. Colombia: $2.6 billion (8.7%)
  3. Switzerland: $2.5 billion (8.3%)
  4. Vietnam: $2.41 billion (8%)
  5. Germany: $2.37 billion (7.9%)
  6. Italy: $1.7 billion (5.8%)
  7. France: $1.2 billion (4.1%)
  8. Honduras: $1.1 billion (3.5%)
  9. Indonesia: $879.4 million (2.9%)
  10. Belgium: $846.9 million (2.8%)
  11. Ethiopia: $836.6 million (2.8%)
  12. United States: $822.5 million (2.7%)
  13. Netherlands: $806.2 million (2.7%)
  14. Guatemala: $663.8 million (2.2%)
  15. Peru: $621.3 million (2.1%)

Source: http://www.worldstopexports.com/coffee-exports-country/