World’s Top 10 Coffee-Producing Countries in 2010-2011

The following is a table of the world’s 10 largest coffee-producing nations, measured in thousands of bags, for the 2010-2011 crop year. One bag weighs 60 kilograms (132 pounds).

Data are from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

TOTAL:

1)  Brazil           54,500
2)  Vietnam          18,725
3)  Colombia          9,500
4)  Indonesia         9,325
5)  India             5,100
6)  Ethiopia          4,400
7)  Honduras          4,000
8)  Peru              4,000
9)  Guatemala         3,910
10) Mexico            3,700

ARABICA BEANS:

1)  Brazil           41,800
2)  Colombia          9,500
3)  Ethiopia          4,400
4)  Honduras          4,000
5)  Peru              4,000
6)  Guatemala         3,900
7)  Mexico            3,500
8)  Nicaragua         2,000
9)  El Salvador       1,700
10) Costa Rica        1,575

ROBUSTA BEANS

1)  Vietnam          18,150
2)  Brazil           12,700
3)  Indonesia         7,950
4)  India             3,600
5)  Cote d’Ivoire     2,100
6)  Uganda            1,900
7)  Malaysia          1,000
8)  Thailand            900
9)  Cameroon            525
10) Togo                525

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