THE ANATOMY OF COFFEE
CULTIVATION ON THE PLANTATION
– Harvesting
Handpicking
Strip-picking
– Separating the Beans
from the Fruit Pulp
Wet Processing
Dry Processing
– The Main Coffee-Producing
Countries
– Coffee’s Contribution
to the Ecosystem
In the 17-18th centuries, Western powers began to cultivate coffee in their colonies in Africa, South America and Asia. After independence, these former colonies continued to produce coffee and today export green coffee beans all over the world.

Ethiopia (Africa)
Kenya (Africa)
Costa Rica (Central America)
Guatemala (Central America)
Jamaica (Caribbean)
Brazil (South America)
Colombia (South America)
Hawaii (South Pacific)
Sumatra-Indonesia (Southeast Asia)
Java-Indonesia (Southeast Asia)
Türkçe