Viet Nam – the largest robusta coffee supplier in the world.
Viet Nam has the right to be proud of its rankings as it is the world’s leading manufacturer and exporter of robusta coffee, accounting for about 70% of the total volume of Robusta purchased worldwide. Thanks to the reasonable cost and regular supply, robusta coffee in Viet Nam plays a very important role in the supply chain for many large coffee roasters such as Nestlé.
In addition, the area of robusta cultivation in Viet Nam is heavily concentrated in Tay Nguyen such as Lam Dong, Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Daklak and Daknong. If not, Dong Nai, a province in the middle of Sai Gon and Tay Nguyen, is also an important coffee growing region. In particular, Buon Ma Thuot, the capital city of Daklak province, has largely contributed to the success of the Vietnamese coffee industry to become the world’s number one robusta exporter as well as the second coffee exporter, the world in general, only behind Brazil in the past 12 years.
With about 95% of robusta in total coffee production, Viet Nam produces robusta, which is often used to mix with arabica and instant coffee extract. The highest average yield of each robusta coffee farm in Viet Nam is about 2-3 tons of robusta coffee per hectare (equivalent to 2,000 pounds). The Robusta coffee plant only takes place once a year and the harvest season is from October to the end of September.
How to make Robusta in Vietnam?
On the other hand, the most common processing method applied to Robusta in Viet Nam is the dry method. In this way, cherry coffee is dried under sunlight or machinery. Next, dry cherries are stored in plastic bags and kept at home for sale in the future. The name “robusta” reflects the properties owned by this coffee when “strong” means strong and possible. So one of the main reasons why robusta is grown in Viet Nam is that it is easier to grow and more efficient than other types of coffee.
Are new opportunities for robusta Viet Nam?
Since the global economy has gone down in recent years, robusta Viet Nam is gaining a great opportunity to grow. The global economic crisis has had a positive impact on the robusta coffee industry as Western local coffee makers are seeking and using affordable alternatives to maintain their finances. Lowest possible charge. Due to the high cost of arabica, robusta is preferred for use as a major ingredient by roasting businesses because of the many bitter and less expensive features that have pushed the demand of robusta in large quantities.
It originated in emerging markets such as Indonesia, Viet Nam, Mexico and Thai land where the trend of coffee consumption shifted to the use of instant coffee products. In fact, the gap between arabica and robusta prices is closer than 300 to 30 per cent over the last three years, and it is predicted that Robusta prices will likely outpace arabica if the trend continues.
At present, Dak Lak, Lam Dong and Dak Nong provinces are still trying to expand their cultivation area, especially coffee growing areas, which account for 58% of the coffee growing area.
In short, Viet Nam grows a lot of robusta coffee. With an export volume of between 1.5 and 1.7 million tonnes of robusta per year, Viet Nam has become the world’s second-largest coffee producer. However, the price of Robusta coffee in Viet Nam is still low and cheap. It could be boosted in the near future thanks to the global economic downturn, forcing Western blenders to increase the robusta ratio in the mix to maintain competitive prices. This trend seems so far to come true.
[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]
Hoặc liên hệ
CÔNG TY TNHH DƯƠNG CAFE
ĐC: 107C Minh Khai, Phường Minh Khai, Quận Hai Bà Trưng, TP.Hà Nội
Hotline: 0912 104 901
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – email@example.com
Các Sản phẩm: