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India's coffee exports is 3,19,733 tonnes in 2015-16 which is 13.4 per cent over the previous year. Though unit value realisation remained less due to lower global prices, the overall quantity of exports were up as there was increase in shipments of value-added products like instant coffee.
In value terms, total exports increased to Rs 5,204 crore in 2015-16, from Rs 4,877 crore in 2014-15. According to the post-monsoon estimate, the country?s coffee output is pegged at 3,50,000 tonne for the 2015-16 crop year (October- September), against 3,27,000 tonne in the last year after completion of harvest period.
Coffee production is expected to increase by 25,000 tonnes during this financial year 2015-16 to reach 3,80,600 tonnes, of which 1 lakh tonnes will be Robusta and the rest will be Arabica variety. Coffee Board is pushing for high-value export markets like the European Union, the US, Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Scandinavian countries. The domestic consumption is also growing by 5-6 per cent annually since 2000, mostly due to the coming up of a large number of coffee bars and cafes. Indian coffee market is maturing over years and around 35% of its exports are value-added products.
India?s coffee exports in the year ending September 2015 were almost flat both in volumes and value terms.
The shipments stood at 0.3016 million tonnes for the coffee year 2014-15 (October- September), marginally lower than 0.3032 million tonnes in corresponding period the previous coffee year.
According to the data released by Coffee Board, the shipments were up marginally in value terms at $817 million (?5,160 crore) in coffee year 2014-15 against $807 million (?4,920 crore) in the corresponding period the previous year. Also, the per unit realisation was up 5.4 per cent at ?1.71 lakh/tonne (?1.622 lakh/tonne).
Higher domestic prices, a declining trend in production of Arabicas ? the mild and premium variety, coupled with devaluation of currencies of major producers such as Brazil and