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GERMAN COFFEES


Coffee in Germany



Coffee, German Kaffee is the most consumed beverage in Germany. Germans prefer filter coffee they enjoy the morning with breakfast or in the day, standing in Stehkaffee. The rediscovery of the true flavors and gourmet coffee prepared with care is a growing trend.


German coffee market

Germany, which does not produce a coffee bean, and represents 11% of world exports of soluble coffee.

Imports of green coffee in 2009: 17.54 million bags, re-exports: 5.00 million bags. Brazil was the leading provider of green beans with 34% of imports.

Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, Peru, Honduras, Ethiopia, and Uganda represented to 80% of all green coffee imports in 2009.

Estimated Units: Arabica 68% (2003 = . 77%), 29% Robusta (2003 = 23%), 3% unspecified imports of processed coffee reached the 1,872,000 bags.

Coffee exports (all forms) were 10,853,000 of which 2,065,000 bags of green coffee decaffeinated, 2.930 million bags of non-decaffeinated green coffee;

3,321,000 bags of roasted coffee EGV and EGV 2,531,000 bags of instant coffee and other extracts.

Coffee consumption in Germany

Coffee consumption by German in 2009 was estimated in 6.5 kg vs 7.58 kg in 2004.

Espresso gaining popularity, although imports from Italy are still important, the domestic production of Germany is important.

Decaffeinated coffee has about 8% of the market.

The increase in instant drinks such as cappuccino starts to decrease with the market for these types of products remain relatively stable over the last 4-5 years.

Two roasters, Kraft Foods and Tchibo , representing 55% of the German coffee market.

German coffee brands



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