European Coffee Market Dynamics
Europe has a large and strong network of coffee roasting and processing industries. The import of total roasted coffee beans accounts for only 3.6 thousand tonnes in Europe. It forms 0.1% of the total green coffee bean import in Europe.
During 2015-16, total import of coffee beans is expected to increase by nearly 400,000 bags (each bag 60 kg) in comparison to last year, and overall import will reach 42.3 million bags. Ending stocks will remain nearly unchanged at 12.5 million bags at the end of 2016.
The total coffee export from the European countries is 1.4 million tonnes, which contains both re-exporting of green (41%) and roasted (59%) coffee beans.
Most of the European coffee exports (87%) are carried out by intra-European trade, thus illustrating the significance of trade among the EU countries. The European market for coffee is increasing rapidly and it is forecasted that this trend will continue in the future.
Countries Impacting European Coffee Market
Due to the fact that green coffee beans are not produced in Europe, the European market depends on coffee beans imported from the Rest of the World.
Most of the export to European countries is in the form of green coffee beans. Brazil, at 33%, is the largest supplier of both green and roasted coffee beans in European countries. Brazil supplied around 964 thousand tonnes of green coffee beans, which amount to 32% of the total EU import of green coffee beans. Vietnam, the second largest supplier, accounted for 720,000 tonnes, which is around 24% of the total import of green coffee beans. Other major supplier countries of green coffee to the EU include Colombia, which accounts for about 12%, Honduras (6%) and India.
Germany accounts for the largest share of green coffee imports from the Rest of the World. During 2014-15, Germany imported 1.1 million tonnes of green coffee beans. This was around 37% of total green coffee imported by the EU.
Italy is the second largest importer of green coffee beans among the European countries. Italy total import from the developing counties registered an average annual growth of 3.2% per annum. Other major green coffee bean importers in Europe are Belgium, Spain, and France.
The European coffee market report covers the following information -
Europe trade (export-import) scenario and statistics
Major enterprises and traders operating in the market
Price trend and seasonality of the crop
Future outlook of the crop market
Stakeholders who would benefit -
Enterprises providing agricultural inputs
Traders and companies operating in the segment
Crop processing companies
Crop importers and exporters
Investors/research institutions interested in the coffee market
1.1 Definition of the Market
1.2 Research Methodology
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Overview
4. Competitive Environment
5. Market Segmentation by Country
5.1.1 Production Analysis
5.1.2 Consumption Analysis, Market Value and Price Trend
5.1.3 Import Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.1.4 Export Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.2.1 Production Analysis
5.2.2 Consumption Analysis, Market Value and Price Trend
5.2.3 Import Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.2.4 Export Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.3.1 Production Analysis
5.3.2 Consumption Analysis, Market Value and Price Trend
5.3.3 Import Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.3.4 Export Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.4.1 Production Analysis
5.4.2 Consumption Analysis, Market Value and Price Trend
5.4.3 Import Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.4.4 Export Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.5.1 Production Analysis
5.5.2 Consumption Analysis, Market Value and Price Trend
5.5.3 Import Market Analysis (Volume and Value)
5.5.4 Export Market Analysis (Volume and Value)