LMC is the primary information source for the coffee sector. Our economists offer expert analysis of the global industry: from production, processing, marketing, and trade to end markets. We cover the different types of coffee: arabica and robusta, green, roast & ground and soluble, decaffeinated and speciality.
Analysis of the global coffee market with forecasts of production, consumption and prices over the next 18-24 months
Analysis and forecasts of the market for soluble coffee by product
Analysis of the global decaffeinated coffee market – green, roast and ground (R&G), and soluble
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Global coffee consumption in all its forms now exceeds 160 million bags a year. The most important coffee consuming region is the EU, accounting for close to a third of consumption.
The number of coffee bags consumed in the world
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