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Production of cocoa beans in Papua New Guinea from 2012/2013 to 2018/2019
(in 1,000 tons)
Production of cocoa beans in Papua New Guinea 2012/2013-2018/2019
Cocoa bean production in Papua New Guinea reached 38 thousand tons in 2017. Papua New Guinea’s cocoa production was seriously affected by an outbreak of Cocoa Pod Borer in 2008. Despite production remaining relatively stable over the past few years, volumes have struggled to recover to pre-2008 levels since the outbreak.

What is cocoa’s contribution to Papua New Guinea’s economy

Cocoa is farmed across the entire country, having a presence in 14 out of 22 provinces. At least 150 thousand Papua New Guinean families rely on cocoa farming for their livelihood, and the economic contribution was estimated as 300 million Papua New Guinean kina (about 88 million U.S. dollars).

On a global scale, cocoa production in Papua New Guinea was not significant - Côte d'Ivoire, for example, produced 2,020 thousand tons in the same year. Despite this, Papua New Guinea has a global reputation of producing some of the highest quality cocoa in the world. Currently, most of the country’s cocoa exports are to the Asia region, however, initiatives to develop specialty markets have been recently introduced. The global cocoa price was 2,408 U.S. dollars per metric ton as of June 2019.

While European and United States markets are responsible for the highest consumption volumes of cocoa respectively, growth in cocoa consumption is being driven by emerging markets such as Brazil, China, and India. With upcoming demand expected to exceed supply according to the International Cocoa Organisation (ICCO), the future for Papua New Guinean cocoa looks promising.
Production of cocoa beans in Papua New Guinea from 2012/2013 to 2018/2019
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Release date

February 2019

Region

Papua New Guinea

Survey time period

2012 to 2019

Supplementary notes

* Estimate.
** Forecast.

Production of cocoa beans in Papua New Guinea 2012/2013-2018/2019
Cocoa bean production in Papua New Guinea reached 38 thousand tons in 2017. Papua New Guinea’s cocoa production was seriously affected by an outbreak of Cocoa Pod Borer in 2008. Despite production remaining relatively stable over the past few years, volumes have struggled to recover to pre-2008 levels since the outbreak.

What is cocoa’s contribution to Papua New Guinea’s economy

Cocoa is farmed across the entire country, having a presence in 14 out of 22 provinces. At least 150 thousand Papua New Guinean families rely on cocoa farming for their livelihood, and the economic contribution was estimated as 300 million Papua New Guinean kina (about 88 million U.S. dollars).

On a global scale, cocoa production in Papua New Guinea was not significant - Côte d'Ivoire, for example, produced 2,020 thousand tons in the same year. Despite this, Papua New Guinea has a global reputation of producing some of the highest quality cocoa in the world. Currently, most of the country’s cocoa exports are to the Asia region, however, initiatives to develop specialty markets have been recently introduced. The global cocoa price was 2,408 U.S. dollars per metric ton as of June 2019.

While European and United States markets are responsible for the highest consumption volumes of cocoa respectively, growth in cocoa consumption is being driven by emerging markets such as Brazil, China, and India. With upcoming demand expected to exceed supply according to the International Cocoa Organisation (ICCO), the future for Papua New Guinean cocoa looks promising.
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