The Annamite Mountains in Cambodia actually run through both Vietnam and Laos as well and make up the primary growing country in Cambodia’s northern region. Unfortunately, coffee production is declining significantly, falling 70% over the last 10-15 years.
Does Cambodia grow coffee?
Cambodian Coffee Cultivation
The coffee plants are cultivated at about 2,600 feet above sea level and irrigated by streams flowing through the area. This hilly region has so far remained safe from the the country’s major cash crops such as rubber plantations.
Where does Cambodia import coffee from?
There is no specific data on coffee consumption in Cambodia, but what is certain is Cambodia imports coffee beans mainly from Vietnam and Laos. Besides Mondulkiri province, CEDAC is also working with vegetable and fruit farmers in Kampong Speu and Koh Kong province based on the same model of organic farming.
Does Cambodia export coffee?
Cambodia coffee exports was at level of 107 thousand US dollars in 2018, up from 19 thousand US dollars previous year, this is a change of 463.16%.