Guatemala Coffee Report: New Map for World's Fourth Largest Arabica Producer – Daily Coffee News

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Daily Coffee News Staff | May 15, 2024
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The Guatemalan national coffee association Anacafé led a comprehensive set of geographic surveys to redraw the map of the country’s coffee lands map last year.
The effort has resulted in a clearer picture of one of the world’s largest coffee-producing countries, where smallholder coffee farmers — representing 97% of the total number of growers — continue to be challenged by relatively high fertilizer costs, labor shortages and access to processing infrastructure.
These and other issues are outlined in the new USDA Foreign Agriculture Service annual report on the Guatemalan coffee sector.
[Note: This is part of a series of stories that will explore USDA FAS annual coffee reports. The information agency typically delivers more than a dozen country-level reports on the coffee sector, each coming from different authors and field offices.]
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Tags: 2024 Coffee Annuals, Anacafe, exports, green coffee, Guatemala
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