Last Updated on Aug 22, 2023 by Anjali Chourasiya

Listed coffee stocks in India

NameMarket Cap (Rs. in cr.)Close Price (Rs.)PE Ratio1Y Return (%)5Y Avg Return on Investment (%)
Tata Consumer Products Ltd78,273.88848.5065.027.825.21
CCL Products India Ltd8,062.16608.4529.9845.6812.50
Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation Ltd6,914.74986.40-4.139.645.90
Tata Coffee Ltd4,581.48247.0017.4313.126.20
Rossell India Ltd1,582.87428.7057.2576.498.59
Andrew Yule & Co Ltd1,298.1626.65102.7022.812.96
Goodricke Group Ltd399.49187.10-1,248.41-15.194.35
Jay Shree Tea and Industries Ltd273.0498.80-5.797.333.67
Dhunseri Tea & Industries Ltd218.03205.25-9.16-1.682.33
McLeod Russel India Ltd200.0318.55-0.19-20.905.34
Aspinwall & Co Ltd176.81227.206.19-3.348.37
United Nilgiri Tea Estates Company Ltd150.45301.5012.42-2.037.44
Grob Tea Co Ltd104.14914.15170.7310.6510.53
Peria Karamalai Tea and Produce Company Ltd82.07270.00-24.43-11.482.87
Terai Tea Co Ltd50.6073.7028.4318.784.98
Diana Tea Co Ltd38.5124.95-15.40-6.905.38
Norben Tea and Exports Ltd8.937.8542.524.672.25
Longview Tea Co Ltd7.3225.00-45.75-12.282.43
Bansisons Tea Industries Ltd4.627.30231.05-15.12-0.33
Beeyu Overseas Ltd2.571.79128.69-42.99-75.89
Alna Trading and Exports Ltd28.950.000.00

Note: The data is from 21st August 2023. To get this list of coffee stocks in India on the Tickertape Stock Screener, apply the below-mentioned filter.

  • Sector > Consumer Staples > Tea & Coffee

Note that the list comprises both tea and coffee stocks.

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular commodities, and as of 2022, the export of Indian coffee was valued at $1.05 bn. India exports coffee to more than 50 countries around the world, securing its place as the world’s fifth-largest coffee exporter during the year 2021-2022. Germany, Belgium, and the Russian Federation are the largest importers of coffee from India, with an average total share of about 45%. The other coffee-importing countries are Libya, Poland, Jordan, Malaysia, the US, Slovenia, and Australia.

Coffee is largely produced in the southern parts of India, with Karnataka being the largest producer, accounting for about 70% of the total coffee production in India. Kerala is the second-largest producer of coffee, accounting for 23% of the total production. Coffee is mainly an export commodity for India. Hence, domestic demand and consumption do not drastically impact the prices of coffee.

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