Regions and Parishes
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CARIBBEAN | JAMAICA
– Divided into 4 regions and 14 parishes
– The estimated population is 2.95 million inhabitants.
– Its surface area is 10,992 km².
– 2.6% of the cultivated land is planted with coffee trees.
– 8,500 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
– Coffee is grown in 2 of its 4 regions
– 46th largest coffee producer in the world
– Coffee cultivation began in the s. XVIII
– Harvest months are from January to April
–Export months are April to June
Regions and Parishes
Here is a brief explanation of the regions into which Jamaica is divided
60% of the country’s total coffee is grown in this region
- Ranked 1st in the world as a coffee producing region
- 5,100 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
- Estimated population is 1.226 million inhabitants
- Its surface area is 2,388 km².
- It is made up of four parishes: Saint Catherine, Saint Andrew, Saint Thomas and Kingston.
40% of the country’s total coffee is grown in this region
- Ranked 2nd in the world as a coffee producing region
- 3,400 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
- The estimated population is 358,433 million inhabitants.
- Its surface area is 2,637 km².
- It is made up of three parishes: Saint Ann, Saint Mary and Portland.
Jamaica grows coffee in 2 of its 4 regions.
Western and South Central Region do not grow coffee
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