Coffee and Tea Industry in Indonesia

Experts Views (5)
  • Coffee Semi-annual 2012

    Post predicts that Indonesia’s coffee production will increase to 9.7 million bags green bean equivalent (GBE) in MY 2012/2013

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Dec 2012 related to Coffee and Tea in Indonesia

  • Coffee Semi-annual

    After registering an 11 percent production drop in MY 2010/2011, Post predicts that Indonesian coffee production will decline again by an estimated 20 percent to 7.5 million 60-kg bags in MY 2011/2012

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 26 Dec 2011 related to Coffee and Tea in Indonesia

  • Food and Drink Opportunities

    Demand for food, beverage, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, household and other consumer products have been fuelled by the country’s increasing middle class. The food and beverage industry in particular, has recorded rapid growth and is expected to grow by approximately 20% over the next 5 years.

    UK Trade & Investment on 25 Nov 2011 related to Coffee and Tea in Indonesia

  • Coffee Annual 2011

    Declining production levels will lead to lower domestic coffee exports, from 7.42 million 60-kg bags in MY 2010/2011 to 5.93 million 60-kg bags in MY 2011/2012.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 28 May 2011 related to Coffee and Tea in Indonesia

  • Indonesia - Coffee Annual 2013

    Indonesia coffee production is expected to decline by 5.5 percent in Marketing Year (MY) 2013/2014.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 5 Jun 2013 related to Coffee and Tea in Indonesia

Hot Tips (2) Go Top
  • Coffee Semi Annual 2009 in Indonesia

    FAS Jakarta has revised the forecasts of MY 2009/10 coffee production from 456,000 tons (7.6 million 60-kg bags) to 516,000 tons (8.6 million 60-kg bags). Indonesian coffee consists primarily of Robusta at 435,000 tons (7.25 millions 60-kg bags) and Arabica at 81,000 tons (1.35 million 60-kg bags).

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 11 Feb 2010 related to Coffee and Tea in Indonesia

  • Coffee Annual report 2009 in Indonesia

    Robusta production is forecast to decrease in MY 2010 due to the uncertainty of rainfall in 2009. Continuous rain after February onwards will affect the growth of coffee cherries and can damage the young cherries. Papua Arabica has been introduced to the market and got a positive respond from the market.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 11 Feb 2010 related to Coffee and Tea in Indonesia

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