Louis Dreyfus Commodities México, S.A. de C.V.


The two main species of coffee are Arabica and Robusta.  Arabica coffee makes up the bulk of world production and is grown mainly at higher altitudes in the tropical and temperate regions of the Western hemisphere. Brazil is the world’s largest producer of Arabica coffee.

Arabica coffee is milder, more aromatic and contains less caffeine than Robusta coffee.

Robusta coffees are produced largely at lower altitudes in the tropical areas of Asia and Africa. Vietnam is the world’s largest producer.

Once harvested, coffee cherries are dried, hulled, cleaned, and color-sorted. The resulting green coffee beans are prepared for export markets. They are subsequently sold to roasters for use in roast and ground blends, decaffeinated blends or for the manufacture of instant coffee.

Unlike many other agricultural commodities, coffee is a perennial crop as opposed to an annually planted crop. Trees typically take three years to commence production and then continue to yield for several years thereafter.

Brazil is the world’s leading producer of coffee, followed by Vietnam, Indonesia and Colombia. The EU (as a region) consumes the largest amount of coffee, followed by the US, Brazil and Japan.


We are active in all major coffee producing areas, with offices in Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, India, Indonesia, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Honduras. We also have representation in Ethiopia.

We serve our customers from regional trading centers in Geneva (Switzerland), Santos (Brazil), Wilton (US), Nairobi (Kenya) and Singapore, and operate a fully integrated global supply chain managing the flow of coffee from source to destination. Our assets include processing, warehousing and logistic facilities.

We have successfully continued to increase our origin footprint as well as in-country penetration and have reinforced our marketing team to build closer relationships with the roasting community.

Our supply chain expansion program has successfully enabled us to mitigate the threat of a diminishing local supplier base, address the increased demand for roaster-specific grades as well as establish, and thereby meet, the growing need for traceable and sustainable supply chains.  We are contributing to sustainability developments across the industry through our membership in the 4C Association, UTZ, Rainforest Alliance, Café Practices and Fair Trade Certification program.

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