Brazil is the leading producer of coffee worldwide. One third of the total coffee is produced alone by this country. Arabica is the variety that is mostly grown in Brazil.
After that it is Robusta coffee that is grown here. Coffees that are produced in Brazil are normally dry processed. There are many coffee brands of Brazil that are known all over the world for the best quality of coffee that they provide. Directly or indirectly a significant amount of Brazilian population is involved in the production of coffee. Due to its mineral rich soil and suitable weather condition, it produces such a large amount of coffee. Brazil has dominated this first position from a very long time.
Vietnam is at rank second in our list of top 10 countries that produces coffee. French people started the production of coffee in Vietnam and from then it has continued to grow coffee. Today a large section of people in Vietnam is involved in coffee production. Over the recent years, Vietnam has increased its coffee production and that is why it has replaced Colombia and Indonesia to gain the second spot. Vietnam has a market share of 14.3% in the production of coffee in whole world. Robusta coffee is mainly grown in Vietnam.