one way valve tells you that African coffee beans are famous for their fruity and complex flavors. Between 1965 and 1988, eight African countries were among the top 20 coffee producers in the world, but now only 4 countries stay in the top 20. In addition to Uganda and Ethiopia, the production of other coffee producing countries have fallen sharply.
Now, a very serious problem facing African producers is rapid urbanization and land appreciation. Because domestic real estate demand surged, international coffee prices fluctuated violently, and many producers sold farmland. In recent years, due to the rise of the middle class in the city, people who drink coffee more, the demand for coffee increased. The increase in the number of people who bought coffee, sales also increased. But even so, compared with Italian, Brazil, African countries coffee consumption is still low.
People on the African continent tend to prefer to drink cheap tea, coffee beans as a cash crop, mostly exported. However, now African countries, coffee consumption growth, the establishment of coffee culture for the African country is a very favorable thing. This will also encourage farmers to have a better understanding of the quality of coffee. Even if Africa faces a great dilemma, the experts remain optimistic about the production of African coffee. They believe that as long as the promotion of small farmers for planting, processing expertise, production can be increased by 10 times.