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Coffee in Africa

The share of Africa in global coffee production is 12.4 percent for coffee year 2011/12. African production is driven in recent years by Ethiopia, Uganda and Ivory Coast.

The coffee market in Africa

Africa is the continent of origin of coffee. Today is the first producer of this area. Other important producers in Africa, there is also Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Ivory Coast and Tanzania. If you love robusta coffee Ivory Coast is a reference.

If you prefer the most famous are those of Arabica Ethiopia (Harar, Sidamo, Yirgacheffe) and Kenya (the Kitale or Thika example).

African coffee exports

Coffee exports to the African region fell 5.73% between 2007/2008 and 2011/2012. Coffee exports to Africa in 2011/2012 were worse in the past five years.

This decrease is attributable to Ethiopia and Uganda who experienced a drop in their exports when we know these two countries account for more than half of African exports.

All other coffee producing regions have experienced increases in exports of coffee, during the same period.

Coffee consumption in Africa

Coffee consumption in North Africa has been growing at an impressive rate. The member countries OIAC consumption is negligible, even in the main producers of the continent.

In other countries not members of the OPCW coffee consumption becomes increasingly important. The countries are Algeria, South Africa, Morocco, Egypt and Sudan.

Coffee consumption in Algeria increased by 19%; Egypt 59%, and that of Tunisia by 45% between 2000 and 2008.

Between Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Niger, Sudan and Tunisia, consumption coffee increased on average 3.7 percent per year between 2000 and 2008.

Coffee consumption in Ethiopia considered a tradition grew between 2011 and 2012 of 0.1% and about 10% between 2009 and 2012.

Uganda's 10th largest producer of coffee and the second African producer, local consumption Coffee has been a remarkable increase in the space of a decade and already accounts for 5% of the national production

Coffee production in Africa

Coffee production of Africa in 2012/13 has increased in most countries, with a total production in the region increased by 16.6% to around 18.4 million bags, the highest level since 1999 / 2000.

In Ethiopia, the largest producer in the region and the world's fifth production increased from 19.1% in 2012/13 to 8.1 million bags.

Uganda, the second largest producing country coffee in Africa represented 3.2 million bags in 2012/2013, an increase of 13.6% over the previous year.

Ivory Coast is currently the third largest African producer of coffee. She lost the second position for Uganda. Ivory Coast seems to have recovered from the political crisis that has affected production in 2010/2011. 2012, 2 million bags, up 6.1%.

Production in Tanzania has more than doubled, from 534,000 bags in 2011/12 to 1,100,000 in 2012/13.

African brands of coffees

Algerian coffee brands

Algerian coffees  Link toward the page of coffee brands in Algeria

Ivorian coffee brands

Ivorian coffees  Link toward the page of coffee brands in Ivory Coast

Moroccan coffee brands

Moroccan coffees  Link toward the page of coffee brands in Morocco

Senegalese coffee brands

Senegalese coffees  Link toward the page of coffee brands in Senegal

South African coffee brands

South African coffees  Link toward the page of coffee brands in South Africa

Tunisian coffee brands

Tunisian coffees  Link toward the page of coffee brands in Tunisia

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