China Coffee Market - Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2017 - 2022

  • ID: 4387112
  • Report
  • Region: China
  • 75 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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China is the 17th largest coffee consuming country in the world. The growth rate of coffee consumption in China is 30% per annum as compared to the average global growth rate of 2% per annum. This huge growth rate shows China potential in the coffee business. China is making a shift from tea plantations to coffee plantations and coffee export by China is expected to rise sharply.

Chinese Coffee Market Dynamics

With the world largest population, China has a huge potential base of coffee consumers. In metro cities, the annual rate of coffee consumption is about 2.3 kg per capita compared to that of 4.9 kg per capita in the European Union and 4.4 kg per capita in the United States of America. Instant coffee sales in China, account for up to 99% of the total sales of the coffee product in retail outlets. The roasted beans coffee market is also growing at a fast rate. The other popular coffee market trend includes 3-in-1 types of coffee products, which contain coffee, sugar, and whitener, as well as potential flavorings.

The popularity of coffee shops and out-of-home coffee drinking habits is on the rise in China. Around 14,450 coffee shops are present across China. These coffee shops include both regional and international players.

Countries Impacting the Chinese Coffee Market

The overall coffee import by China in 2015-16 was around 1.6 million bags, compared to 418,000 bags in 2004-05. There has been a continuous rise in coffee imports by China over the last decade, and this trend is expected to continue in the future, at a 15% annual growth rate. The imported coffee is purchased in the form of green beans as well as soluble coffee. The import of soluble coffee has been growing fast for the last five years. China mainly imports coffee from Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brazil, the United States of America and Colombia. These six countries contribute up to 90% of the total coffee imports by China.

China also exports coffee to many countries like Germany, the United States of America, Belgium, France and Malaysia. These five countries contribute up to 70% of the total coffee exports by China. China mainly exports coffee in green beans form and unprocessed dried coffee beans form.

Nestle is the biggest coffee trader and processor in China.

The China coffee market report covers the following information -

Coffee production

China consumption

China 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 -

Coffee growers

Enterprises providing agricultural inputs

Traders and companies operating in the segment

Crop processing companies

Crop importers and exporters

Investors/research institutions interested in the crop market
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1. Introduction
1.1 Definition of the Market
1.2 Research Methodology
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Overview
4. Market Segmentation
4.1 Production Analysis
4.2 Consumption Analysis
4.3 Market Value
4.4 Price Trend
4.5 Import Market Analysis by Value
4.6 Import Market Analysis by Volume
4.7 Export Market Analysis by Value
4.8 Export Market Analysis by Volume
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