Font : IBGE
Editoria: Economic Statistics | Cristiane Crelier
06/09/2020 09h00 | Last Update: 06/09/2020 09h42
COFFEE (in beans) - The Brazilian coffee production estimate was 3.4 million tons, or 57.3 million bags of 60 kg, a 0.7% decline compared to the previous month. In relation to the previous year, the production estimate was 14.7% higher.
For arabica coffee, the estimated production was 2 550.1 thousand tons, or 42.5 million bags of 60 kg, an increase of 0.5% compared to the previous month and 23.0% compared to the previous year ( due to the positive bienniality of the crop). In Minas Gerais, the main Brazilian producer, expected to account for 74.1% of production in 2020, the production estimate, of 1.9 million tons, or 31.5 million bags of 60 kg, shows a growth of 27.4 %, and the average income should increase by 19.6% in relation to the previous year.
For canephora coffee, better known as conillon, the production estimate, of 885.6 thousand tons, or 14.8 million bags of 60 kg, presents declines of 3.9% in relation to April and of 4.0% compared to 2019. Espírito Santo production, which represents 67.4% of the national total, is 5.7% lower, due to the 6.0% decline in average income. Other important producers, such as Rondônia and Bahia, kept the production raised in April.
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