You should spend around 20 minutes on this task.
The pie charts below show the coffee production, coffee consumption and the profit distribution around the world.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
You should write at least 150 words.
Information on the production and consumption of coffee along with profit distribution on its sales across the world is depicted in the given charts.
Overall, it is clear that the coffee producing countries are not its major consumers, except in case of Japan. It is also seen that the producers get comparatively less share of profit than the others in the marketing chain.
It is obvious that majority of the coffee production is from South Africa and Indonesia. When over two-fifth of the global share (44%) is from the former, the latter’s contribution is just over a fifth. The shares of Japan and Vietnam are 18% and 16% respectively.
In case of the consumption, nearly 80% of the total coffee produced is consumed by Americans and Europeans. When the former’s consumption share is 41%, the latter’s is recorded just 2% less. When the Japanese use 8% of the global share of coffee produced rest of the world consumes its 12%.
Regarding profit distribution, more than half of the total goes to the delivering industry. The retailers share is approximately a quarter, whereas the exporters receive 10%. However, the producers get only a mere 15%.