Thailand is the 3rd largest producer of coffee in Asia, following Vietnam and Indonesia. A whopping 99% of the coffee produced in Thailand is Robusta variety, a lower-quality coffee that is produced in the south, used mostly in instant coffee products, and often exported around the world. The remaining 1% higher quality Arabica coffee is grown in the north on a much smaller scale. Recently, coffee production trends have begun to shift away from Robusta production to more sustainable and socially responsible Arabica farms, in response to the market demand for higher quality coffee. This shift could be huge for coffee farmers in Thailand, giving them the potential to increase their yield and profits.
Coffee culture in Asia is so rich, and Thai coffee is a great example of the unique way that coffee is able to cross global borders to connect all kinds of people around the world.
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