Coffee Crop Years

Coffee Crop Years (or cycles) are difficult to sync up to calendar years because of the seasonal nature of agriculture. Different climates and different geographies will have harvest seasons that don’t line up with each other or the calendar year. This makes statistical analysis difficult when dealing with a traditional year, rather than the 12-month period that delineates a growing season.

Below is a list of calendar years for each coffee growing country, indicating the first day of the harvest season for that particular country as set by the ICO. When statistics

April 1 to March 31

July 1 to June 30

October 1 to September 30

For more information on each country and production/export volumes, visit the links above.

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