Indonesian Coffee and Export
In Indonesia, there are now a lot of coffee variants that became famous across the world, including Gayo, Toraja, Java and many others. Along with this popularity, Indonesia has become the fourth largest coffee producer in the world.
Source: International Coffee Organization
Hopefully the number above can be increased, as the Indonesian government alongside Indonesian coffee stakeholders work together in programs to do so, with a goal to reach 1.2 million tons per year in the next decade.
Indonesian provinces with the most contribution in coffee production:
- Bengkulu (Southern Sumatra)
- South Sulawesi
- Lampung (Southern Sumatra)
- Aceh (Northern Sumatra)
- North Sumatra
With a total of 1.24 million hectares in plantation–where 75% of it are robusta, coffee becomes the fourth biggest state’s stock exchange in Indonesia, after palm oil, rubber, and cocoa, for agriculture commodities. In 2015, 64% of Indonesia coffee is exported, whereas it dropped down to 60% in 2016. The decrease is apparently caused by higher demand from domestic markets.
With increased interest from locals, Indonesian exporter should up their game to meet the increased demand. If locals and international buyers alike are interested in purchasing and have a taste of the best Indonesian organic coffee from trusted suppliers and Indonesian exporter, they can head on to Tanihood.com – Coffee beans exporter Indonesia, as we are the first e-commerce in Indonesia that specializes in exporting high-quality organic agricultural products.