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    Russia could be a tea consumer again

    • Last Update: 2022-05-13
    • Source: Internet
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       According to the "Russian newspaper" reported that according to expert forecasts, by the end of this year, Russia's coffee consumption may decrease by at least 5%
    .
     
      Coffee prices had risen as early as the start of the outbreak, and now they have risen even more because of difficulties with logistics and settlement with suppliers
    .
    Because of this, some consumers will turn to tea

    .
     
    "In the next five to seven years, coffee will not be cheap," predicts Ramaz Chanturia, general manager of the   Russian Tea
    and Coffee Association .
     
      Russians will not reject the drink, but will reduce the amount of coffee they drink each day
    .
    Coffee consumption has grown tenfold over the past 30 years

    .
    Statistics from the Agricultural Bank of Russia show that coffee consumption has increased from 0.
    2 kg per person to 2.
    1 kg per year

    .
    For the first time in 2019, demand for coffee in Russia exceeded that of tea, according to the Russian Tea and Coffee Association

    .
     
      In 2021, coffee prices have risen due to a poor coffee harvest in Brazil, the world's main coffee producer, and a sharp rise in freight rates during the pandemic, experts explained
    .
    Over a one-year period, coffee prices have increased by 2.
    5 times, and shipping costs have increased by 3 times

    .
    In February 2022, coffee prices surged to their highest level in 10 years

    .
    Global coffee prices rose again at the end of March amid a sharp rise in fertilizer prices and possible shortages, according to Bloomberg

    .
    Natural gas accounts for a large portion of the production cost of mineral fertilizers, and now, due to the political situation in most countries, natural gas is very expensive

    .
     
      Coffee and tea in the Russian market come from countries that have not imposed sanctions on Russia, including India, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Indonesia, China, Vietnam and Brazil
    .
    But the main problem now has to do with changes in delivery routes and difficulties at European hubs caused by the refusal of large logistics companies to ship goods to Russia

    .
    Chanturia acknowledged that this could lead to short-term supply disruptions

    .
    Importers are also forced to include all these risks in their prices

    .
     
      Experts emphasized that Russia will import green coffee beans, which will be roasted and packaged in Russia, and Russian companies still have raw material stocks
    .
    coffee
     
      Coffee prices had risen as early as the start of the outbreak, and now they have risen even more because of difficulties with logistics and settlement with suppliers
    .
    Because of this, some consumers will turn to tea

    .
     
    "In the next five to seven years, coffee will not be cheap," predicts Ramaz Chanturia, general manager of the   Russian Tea
    and Coffee Association .
    tea
     
      Russians will not reject the drink, but will reduce the amount of coffee they drink each day
    .
    Coffee consumption has grown tenfold over the past 30 years

    .
    Statistics from the Agricultural Bank of Russia show that coffee consumption has increased from 0.
    2 kg per person to 2.
    1 kg per year

    .
    For the first time in 2019, demand for coffee in Russia exceeded that of tea, according to the Russian Tea and Coffee Association

    .
     
      In 2021, coffee prices have risen due to a poor coffee harvest in Brazil, the world's main coffee producer, and a sharp rise in freight rates during the pandemic, experts explained
    .
    Over a one-year period, coffee prices have increased by 2.
    5 times, and shipping costs have increased by 3 times

    .
    In February 2022, coffee prices surged to their highest level in 10 years

    .
    Global coffee prices rose again at the end of March amid a sharp rise in fertilizer prices and possible shortages, according to Bloomberg

    .
    Natural gas accounts for a large portion of the production cost of mineral fertilizers, and now, due to the political situation in most countries, natural gas is very expensive

    .
     
      Coffee and tea in the Russian market come from countries that have not imposed sanctions on Russia, including India, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Indonesia, China, Vietnam and Brazil
    .
    But the main problem now has to do with changes in delivery routes and difficulties at European hubs caused by the refusal of large logistics companies to ship goods to Russia

    .
    Chanturia acknowledged that this could lead to short-term supply disruptions

    .
    Importers are also forced to include all these risks in their prices

    .
     
      Experts emphasized that Russia will import green coffee beans, which will be roasted and packaged in Russia, and Russian companies still have raw material stocks
    .
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