Revenues from coffee in Brazil reach more than $6.2 bn

The Gross Production Value (GVP) of Brazil’s coffee plantations, which corresponds to the total turnover of both arabica and conilon crops, reached R$34.04 billion ($6.2 bn) in 2020. Conilon coffee, with revenues of R$ 5.84 billion ($1.1 bn), accounted for about 17% of this revenue and Arabica coffee, which reached R$ 28.2 billion ($5.1 bn), accounted for 83% of the total. Based on these figures, it can be seen that coffee farming accounts for approximately 5.7% of the total turnover of Brazilian crops, which places the coffee sector in fifth place in the VBP ranking.

Source: Portal do Agronegocio