Coffee harvest in Brazil reaches 77% of 2021 production


The weekly monitoring from SAFRAS indicates that, until July 27, Brazilian growers had already reaped 77% of the 21/22 season or nearly 43.57 million bags from a crop estimated at 56.50 million bags. Work progress has gained intensity due to the drier climate and advanced 8% only last week. Even so, it remains slightly below the same period last year, when the harvest was 78% complete, and also below the 5-year average of 80% for the period.

The arabica harvest reaches 66% of production, against 71% in the same period last year and 73% of the historical average for the period. The harvest has a low volume, but a good quality cup and no major problems with graining.

The conillon harvest reaches 94% of the expected production, still below the 96% of the same period last year, and also below the 97% average for the period.