Coffee Consumption in Nigeria Rose By More Than 20% Between 2010 and 2015


Wednesday, November 21,  2018 / 04:26 PM / FDC                       


Coffee consumption in Nigeria rose by more than 20% between 2010 and 2015 and is expected to increase further. The emergence of a coffee-shop culture in urban centers is a key factor contributing to the rise in coffee consumption in the country.


Nigeria is a fringe producer of coffee, with annual output estimated at 1,900 tonnes (less than 1% of global output). As Nigeria seeks to diversify from its oil dependence, a boost in local production of coffee could be crucial for economic growth and job creation.


The slides below address these and other issues in the domestic and global commodities market.


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