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Global Coffee Value Chain Analysis Industry to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact Analysis – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Coffee Value Chain Analysis – Growth, Trends, Impact of COVID-19 and Forecast (2022 – 2027)” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

Global coffee production is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.0% over the forecast period (2022-2027).

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the coffee trade around the world. Europe and other developed countries were unable to import, due to trade restrictions imposed by nations. Vietnam, which is the second largest producer in the world, whose coffee exports and consumption in the period 2019-2020 were affected due to the impact of COVID-19. According to the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association, the export turnover of processed coffee products also fell by 8.7% in 2020.

The coffee industry faces various problems, from farms to markets, such as poor labor practices combined with unfair wages, deforestation, air pollution from roasting plants and pricing. irregular coffee. To combat all these issues, a combined platform called SAI (Sustainable Agriculture Information) has been set up by Nestlé, Unilever and Danone to support the development and implementation of sustainable agricultural practices involving different actors along the chain. eating.

Main market trends

Analyze farmers and cooperatives in the value chain

According to data cited by CONAB (Companhia Nacional de Abastecimento, National Food Supply Company), Brazil had 2.1 million hectares of coffee plantations in 2019. The country saw a decline in cultivated area of year after year over the past decade. .

However, improved cultivation technology methods and improved supply chains have elevated production levels over the years, keeping the country above all coffee producing nations in the world. It has been estimated that in Brazil, 20.0% of Arabica coffee production is supplied by cooperatives and producer associations and the rest is purchased by local traders, who then sell the bags of coffee to exporters and local roasters. There is a significant opportunity for producer associations to add value to coffee and supply directly to exporters through appropriate access to markets.

Price margins in the value chain

Value chain expenses include labor, fertilizers, inspections, certifications (organic, Rainforest Alliance, Fair Trade), transportation, and membership fees (if the producer is part of a cooperative organization). Although the costs incurred by farmers are relatively easy to identify, they can easily vary depending on the size and location of the farm and the type of coffee the farmer produces.

Once the coffee has been harvested, processed and transferred to exporters who in turn send it to importers, it goes to the roaster. Roasters bear the actual cost of the coffee, the agreed purchase price per pound negotiated with the contract holder, and other price supplements such as import and export charges and freight. Coffee shops are the end destination of the value chain. Most of these coffees are reasonably priced, premium coffees have become increasingly rare and expensive.

Main topics covered:

1. INTRODUCTION

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 SUPPLY CHAIN ​​ANALYSIS

4.1 Detailed supply chain structure

4.2 Problems in the supply chain

5 VALUE CHAIN ​​ANALYSIS

5.1 Detailed structure of the value chain

5.2 Problems in the value chain

6 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS

7 AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE MARKET

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