“After rising by 4.4% to 168.49 million bags in 2018/19, global coffee consumption is estimated to have decreased by 2.4% to 164.53 million bags in 2019/20. The decline in global coffee demand stemmed from the downturn in the global economy coupled with losses in out-of-home consumption as social distancing measures and lockdowns were in place throughout much of the coffee year.
In 2020/21, global demand for coffee is expected to stage a limited recovery as social distancing measures remain in place and the global economy slowly picks up. World coffee consumption is projected to increase by 1.3% to 166.63 million bags. Consumption in Africa is estimated to grow by 1.8% to 12.24 million bags, in Asia & Oceania, by 1.4% to 36.5 million bags and in Central America & Mexico, by 0.2% to 5.36 million bags. Coffee demand in Europe is projected to grow by 1.2% to 54.35 million bags. North America’s coffee consumption is estimated to rise by 1.4% to 30.99 million bags, while consumption in South America is projected to increase by 1% to 27.18 million bags.”
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