Average Prices for Arabica and Robusta Coffee Worldwide From 2014 to 2025

Coffee growsers raise two species of coffee beans: Arabica and robusta. Arabica is more expensive, selling for 2.93 U.S. dollars per kilogram in 2018 and projected to increase to 4.38 U.S. dollars in 2025. Robusta, named for its ability to grow at a wider range of altitudes and temperatures, sold for 1.87 U.S. dollars in 2018 and is projected to sell at 2.38 U.S. Coffee originated from Ethiopia, with Arabica originating from the Arabian Empire. After overcoming Catholic Church bans, coffee sales per capita are highest in European countries. Starbucks has shaped the modern coffee culture by capitalizing on Seattle coffee shops, shifting global demand from cheaper robusta to better-tasting Arabica varieties.

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