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Mexico Coffee Market To Reach USD 5018.93 Million By Year 2030

The Mexico Coffee Market Size Was Valued at USD 3154.3 Million In 2023 And Is Projected to Reach USD 5018.93 Million By 2030, Growing at A CAGR of 6.86% From 2023 To 2030.

Swati Kalagate
Pristine Intelligence LLP

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The Mexico Coffee Market Size Was Valued at USD 3154.3 Million In 2023 And Is Projected to Reach USD 5018.93 Million By 2030, Growing at A CAGR of 6.86% From 2023 To 2030.

Mexico is the world's ninth-largest coffee producer, and coffee is one of the country's most important agricultural exports. The Mexican coffee market is expected to grow in upcoming years, driven by factors such as expanding coffee consumption in emerging markets, premiumization, and the rising demand for organic and fairly traded products.

The majority of coffee production in Mexico is carried out by small-scale farmers, who typically grow their coffee on less than two hectares of land. This has led to a fragmented coffee industry in Mexico, with a large number of small producers.  The future of the Mexican coffee market looks bright. The country has a strong coffee culture, and the demand for coffee is growing both domestically and internationally. With its rich coffee heritage and its commitment to sustainable production, Mexico is well-positioned to become a leading player in the global coffee market.

Major Industry Participants in the Mexico Coffee Market

    • Starbucks (USA)
    • Nestlé (Switzerland)
    • Dunkin' Donuts (USA)
    • Lavazza (Italy)
    • Los Portales (Mexico City, Mexico)
    • Cafetera Guatemalteca (Mexico)
    • Organización Soriana (Mexico)
    • Illycaffè (Italy)
    • Keurig Dr Pepper (USA), And Other Major Players.

 Market Dynamics and Contributing Factors

Geographic diversity and microclimates are instrumental in shaping Mexico's coffee market. The country's vast landscapes, from lush highlands to fertile lowlands, provide an ideal environment for growing coffee beans with varying taste profiles. This geographical advantage fosters a rich coffee culture and fuels the demand for both traditional and specialty coffee beverages within Mexico. The microclimates in different regions of Mexico offer distinct advantages for coffee production. In higher altitudes, the cooler temperatures and slower maturation of coffee cherries lead to more nuanced flavors, while warmer coastal areas promote sweeter and fruitier notes. Beyond satisfying domestic demand, the geographic diversity allows Mexico to flourish as a top coffee exporter.

Value addition and diversification present significant opportunities for the Mexican coffee market to enhance its competitiveness and appeal to a broader range of consumers. By moving beyond traditional coffee offerings and exploring value-added products, such as flavored beans, coffee liqueurs, and ready-to-drink cold coffee beverages, Mexican coffee producers can tap into new markets and attract consumers seeking unique and innovative coffee experiences. Investing in coffee processing technologies to produce specialty coffee blends, single-origin roasts, and premium packaged products can command higher prices and create a strong brand identity. Value addition and diversification not only boost revenue for coffee growers and processors but also contribute to the country's position as a dynamic player in the global specialty coffee industry.

Key Insights in the Mexico Coffee Market Report

    • By Forms, the instant coffee segment is Anticipated to Dominate the Market Over the Forecast Period. Instant coffee maintains its dominance in the Mexican coffee market due to its convenience and affordability. The quick and easy preparation appeals to busy individuals and households, making it a staple in offices and homes across the country.
    • By End-user, The Individual Coffee Drinkers segment is projected to lead the Mexico Coffee market through the upcoming year, signaling a robust preference for coffee consumption on a personal level. This trend highlights the growing prominence of coffee in the daily lives of individual consumers, underscoring its cultural and habitual significance in Mexico.

Significant Industry Development

In July 2022, Food and beverage giant Nestle announced the commencement of operations at its new coffee processing plant in Mexico, which stands as the company's largest instant coffee facility worldwide. The Veracruz-based plant was established with a substantial investment of $340 million and can process 670,000 bags of coffee annually. Primarily focusing on Nestle's Nescafe brand, the plant is set to produce instant coffee, with the United States likely to receive a significant portion of its output.

In March 2022, Starbucks Mexico continues its commitment to supporting local coffee communities by donating an ecological coffee wet mill to Zongozotla, Puebla. This contribution aims to strengthen the sustainability and efficiency of coffee processing in the region, benefiting local coffee farmers and promoting environmentally friendly practices. This mill is set to bring about significant improvements in productivity, quality, and profitability for local coffee farmers, while also contributing to the reduction of the environmental impact generated during coffee processing

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By Forms  

    • Whole Coffee Beans
    • Ground Coffee
    • Instant Coffee
    • Coffee Pods & Capsules
    • Espresso
    • Others

By Source 

    • Arabica
    • Robusta

By Speciality Coffee          

    • Single-Origin Coffee
    • Micro-Lot Coffee
    • Organic Coffee
    • Direct Trade Coffee
    • Cold Brew & Nitro Cold Brew Coffee Others

By Process

    • Caffeinated
    • Decaffeinated

By Flavors Vanilla

    • Caramel
    • Hazelnut
    • Mocha
    • Cinnamon
    • Others

By Distribution Channel  

    • On-trade
    • Off-trade

 By End-Users       

    • Individual Coffee Drinkers
    • Coffee Shop Patrons
    • Office & Workplace Consumers
    • Catering & Hospitality Industry
    • Bakeries & Dessert Shops Others

For this report, Pristine Intelligence has segmented the Mexico Coffee Market based on region.

Regional Outlook (Revenue in USD Million; Volume in Units, 2023-2030)

 North America

  • The U.S.
  • Canada
  • Mexico

Eastern Europe

  • Russia
  • Bulgaria
  • The Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Rest of Eastern Europe

Western Europe

  • Germany
  • UK
  • France
  • Netherlands
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Rest of Western Europe

Asia Pacific

  • China
  • India
  • Japan
  • Singapore
  • Australia
  • New-Zealand
  • Rest of APAC

Middle East & Africa

  • Turkey
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Qatar
  • UAE
  • Israel
  • South Africa

South America

  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Rest of SA
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