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Introduction

Here is a summary of Ireland coffee imports and re-exports. Summarising Ireland coffee statistics from the International Coffee Organisation (ICO). As well as data from the World Bank along with a number of other reliable open source data platforms.


Ireland

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Ireland (IRL) is located in Europe & Central Asia(Z7) and has a total land area of 68,890km2. 64.54% of which is agricultural land.

In 2018, Ireland had an estimated population of 4,853,506 with an average increase of 143,712 people per year. With a GDP of $382,674,360,766USD and a resulting GDP per-capita of $78,844.93USD. The average population density was 70.00 people for square kilometre.

The capital of Ireland is Dublin (-6.26749 longitude, 53.3441 latitude).


Ireland Coffee Imports and Re-Exports Data

 


Since 1990, Ireland has imported an estimated 242,880,000 kg (kilograms) of green bean coffee, averaging 10,120,000 kg each year. Roasting and re-exporting an estimated 1,392,500 kg each year on the global market .

Looking at the start and end figures for this period, overall, imports of green bean coffee in Ireland have decreased. Whilst re-exports of roasted coffee have decreased.


Ireland Green Bean Coffee Import Data

Ireland green bean coffee imports were at the lowest in 1992 at an estimated 5,700,000 kg.

The importing of green bean coffee was at its highest in 2007. With an estimated total of 15,960,000 kg of green bean coffee being imported.


Ireland Re-Exports of Roasted Coffee

In Ireland re-exports of coffee, now roasted, was at its highest in 2003 with an estimated 4,500,000 kg being roasted coffee being exported from the country. In 1993 re-exports were at the lowest point with 180,000 kg being re-exported for consumption elsewhere.

The statistical coffee data shows that, since 1990, a total of 33,420,000 kg (33,420 tonnes) of coffee has been roasted and re-exported by Ireland. Averaging 1,392,500 kg per year during times of active exporting. On the whole, re-exporting of coffee has gone down during this period.


ICO Composite Indicator Import Prices

The price per kilogram per kilogram of green bean coffee paid by Ireland is estimated to have been at the highest in 2011 at an estimated $4.64USD/kg. The data also shows that this price was the lowest during 2001 at an estimated $1.01/kg.

To conclude, the statistical coffee data shows that the purchase price per kilogram of green bean coffee in Ireland has increased. Averaging $2.31USD per kilo.



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