Here’s the world map with countries and their level of their coffee productions.
It shows the type of coffee that grows in each country and how many 60-kg bags a country and total metric tons of coffee a country can produce in each year. As you can see, most countries can produce both coffee cancephora and coffea arabica. However, there are still some countries which produce coffea arabica or coffea cancephora solely.
Brazil is the largest coffee producer of both coffea cancephora and coffea arabica. They produce 2,720.520 metric tons of coffee every year. The country is known for their high quality coffee seeds and is a massive source of organic coffee worldwide.
Brazil is followed by India, which is one of the biggest coffee producers in Asia. They produce 300,300 metric tons of coffee every single year.
Meanwhile, the known leading producers of coffea arabica are Peru, Ethiopia, Bolivia, Colombia, and Mexico.