Coffee production in the Central African Republic peaked in 1992 at 529,000 60-kg bags of coffee beans. In 2011 coffee production is estimated at 151,000 bags.
Central African Republic is a landlocked country bordering Sudan, Chad, the Congo and Cameroon. Most of the terrain of the Central African Republic is plateaus that sit at elevations from 1,600 feet above sea level to about 3,600 feet.
The main cash crops for export from the Central African Republic include coffee as well as tobacco and cotton while principal food crops include sesame, plantains, peanuts, cassava, sorghum, maize and millet.
The population of the Central African Republic is about 4.4 million and the country is one of Africa's ten poorest countries.
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Green Coffee Production
|Year||60kg bags||Coffee grown|
|2016||100,000 bags||13,200,000 pounds|
|2015||100,068 bags||13,208,976 pounds|
|2014||62,614 bags||8,265,048 pounds|
|2013||90,104 bags||11,893,728 pounds|
|2012||22,890 bags||3,021,480 pounds|
Green Coffee Exports
|Year||60kg bags||Coffee exported|
Data may not be available for the most recent year.
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