Coffee and Tea Industry in India
India’s 2012/13 crop is forecast marginally higher at a record 5.3 million 60 kg bags.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 28 Nov 2012 related to Coffee and Tea in India
India’s 2010/11 coffee exports are estimated at a record 5.5 million 60 kg bags as strong international prices led to increased demand for Indian coffee. The 2011/12 crop is expected to reach a record 5.2 million 60 kg bags as good weather and higher prices encouraged farmers to improve their crop husbandry...
Foreign Agricultural Service on 27 Nov 2011 related to Coffee and Tea in India
Good returns for growers and subsequent better management practices are expected to minimize the effects of the alternate bearing pattern on India’s marketing year (MY) 2011/12 coffee crop which is forecast at 4.8 million 60 kg bags, down slightly from a year ago.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 23 May 2011 related to Coffee and Tea in India
Domestic coffee consumption is increasing, thanks to the expansion of coffee café culture in urban areas, even in non-traditional coffee drinking regions of northern India. The current economic slow down does not seem to have significantly impacted coffee consumption in India.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Coffee and Tea in India
Part of USDA, the United StatesThe Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) works to improve foreign market...