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GREAT LAKES

– Divided into 5 coffee origins
– The most cultivated varietals are Nganda and Erecta, and the most cultivated Arabica coffees are Bourbon and SL28.
– The most common method used to process coffee is washing.
– Coffee is grown between 900 and + 2,000 meters above sea level.
– A bag size of 60 kilosis used in this coffee geography.
– Coffee generates 4,513,523 jobs

– The three main importing countries of this coffee geography are: United States, Germany and Belgium
6.3 million 60-kilogram bags are exported per year
75% of its production is of the arabica species and 25% is of the robustaspecies.
– It occupies the 8th position as coffee producer in the coffee geography.

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We explain briefly the origins into which the Great Lakes coffee geography is divided.

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Uganda

It accounts for 44.86% of the total production of coffee in the country.

  • It occupies the 1st place as a producer country in the coffee geography.
  • 270,000 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
  • The estimated population is 45.74 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 241,037 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the 19thcentury.
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Tanzania

28.35% of the total production of the coffee geography is cultivated there.

  • It is the second largest coffee producing country in the world.
  • 170,524 hectares are cultivated with coffee plants
  • The estimated population is 59.73 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 945,087 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the 19thcentury.

Kenya

18.28% of the total coffee production of the country is grown in this region.

  • It is the 3rd largest coffee producing country in the world.
  • 110,000 hectares are cultivated with coffee plants
  • Estimated population is 51.3 million inhabitants
  • Its surface area is 580,367 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the 19thcentury.

Rwanda

5.96% of the total production of the coffee geography is cultivated in the country.

  • It is the 4th largest coffee producing country in the world.
  • 35,891 hectares are cultivated with coffee plants
  • The estimated population is 12.62 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 26,338 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the twentieth century.
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Burundi

2.55% of the total coffee production of the country is cultivated there.

  • It is the 5th largest coffee producing country in the world.
  • 15,389 hectares are cultivated with coffee plants
  • Estimated population is 11.89 million inhabitants
  • Its surface area is 27,830 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the twentieth century.

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