Let’s have a look at the Vietnamese coffee export data in August 2023
Overall, the country exported nearly 80 thousand tons of coffee with an export turnover of nearly 252.5 million USD, down about 42.2% in volume and down about 5.4% in turnover compared to the same period last year.
When delving into the specifics of the various coffee types exported, it becomes evident that Robusta coffee remains the dominant variety. With over 65.600 metric tons exported, Robusta contributed significantly to the total export value, reaching USD 162.5 million. Arabica green coffee beans constituted a more modest export quantity of 1.220 metric tons, translating to an export value of USD 4,9 million. Decaffeinated coffee beans accounted for volume of 3.700 metric tons, translating to an export value of USD 16,4 million. Furthermore, the export of roasted and soluble coffee totaled 8.300 metric tons (prior to conversion into the equivalent weight of green coffee beans), amounting to a substantial export value of almost USD 68,1 million. Notably, the export volume of roasted and soluble coffee comprised 10,5% of the overall export volume, while its export value constituted 27,0% of the total export revenue across all coffee types.
Analyzing the export markets for Vietnamese coffee across 37 countries in August 2023, Germany maintained its leading position with an export volume of 7.800 metric tons. Japan claimed the second, Italy secured the third rank with an export volume of over 7.500 metric tons, followed by Spain with nearly 4.400 metric tons. Algenria and Russia claimed held the fifth and sixth spot with an export volume of over 3.800 metric tons, while England occupied the seventh and the United States in eighth positions with export volumes exceeding 3.200 metric tons, Thailand secured the ninth position with an export volume 2.300 metric tons, and Ecuador rounded off the top ten with nearly export volume of 28,000 metric tons.
— Source: Vietnam Coffee-Cocoa Association Office –”