Indonesia: Coffee Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   ID2021-0022

Coffee production is forecast to modestly decline to 10.63 million (60 kilogram) bags in 2021/22 on lower yields in Robusta and Arabica growing regions. Consumption remains below pre-pandemic levels as various social distancing restrictions continue to hamper food service sector growth. Green bean imports are expected to continue to decline as industry utilizes more competitively priced local beans.

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