Tanzania: Coffee Annual

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MY 2021/22 coffee production is expected to increase by 3.7 percent to 1.4 million bags due to increased fertilizer use, improved extension services, and an anticipated high-producing period of the crop-bearing cycle. Domestic consumption is expected to remain at 50,000 bags. Meanwhile, total coffee exports are expected to increase 34 percent to 1.38 million bags due to an increase in quality and easing COVID-19 restrictions in Tanzania and neighboring countries.

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