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The Tea and Coffee Industry in South Africa 2020

Yasmin Mahomedy | South Africa | 25 May 2020

The Tea and Coffee Industry in South Africa 2018

Yasmin Mahomedy | South Africa | 27 March 2018

The Tea and Coffee Industry in South Africa 2016

Yasmin Mahomedy | South Africa | 08 February 2016

The Tea and Coffee Industry in South Africa 2014

Yasmin Mahomedy | South Africa | 28 April 2014

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Report Coverage

This report focuses on the tea and coffee industry in South Africa. It includes comprehensive information on the state of the tea and coffee sectors and the factors that influence them, including the effects of coronavirus which have been severe for coffee shops. There are profiles of 43 companies including major players such as Unilever, Nestlé and National Brands. Among tea companies are Joekels Tea Packers, which packs private label teas for major retailers as well as its own brand, and speciality tea producers Agulhas Honeybush and Zooka Health. Coffee companies profiled include Bean There and Vida e Caffè.

Introduction

This report focuses on the tea and coffee industry in South Africa. The country is a net importer of coffee and tea, and production of black tea, the tea that is used in the production of most popular tea brands, has been uneconomical and under severe financial difficulties. Black tea production faces further decline as the number of tea estates has declined from 12 in 2010 to 2 in 2020. The herbal tea sector, which includes rooibos, green tea and fruit/herbal tea, continues to grow due to growing interest in health and wellness. The increasing global demand for rooibos has seen exports increase from 6,000 tons in 2016 to 7,693 tons in 2019. Coffee consumption grew from approximately 589,000 60kg bags in the 2016/2017 period, to approximately 675,000 60kg bags in 2019/2020 (the coffee production year is from 1 October to 30 September). The growing coffee culture has seen many entrepreneurs enter the sector. But the coronavirus pandemic has caused devastation for coffee shops and restaurants that are battling to survive as the country remains in lockdown.

Strengths

• Rooibos and honeybush are grown exclusively in South Africa.
• Some of the leading manufacturers in the coffee sector are global companies.
• Strong coffee shop culture.

Weaknesses

• Coffee manufacturing sector is dependent on imports of coffee.
• High production costs for both tea and coffee, with the growing of coffee being particularly labour-intensive.
• South Africa is a net importer of tea and coffee.
• There are no SADC import duties.
• There is little investment in the growing of tea and coffee because of uncertainty regarding government’s land reform programme.

Opportunities

• Growing demand for Fairtrade products such as organic coffee.
• Growth in the local and export value-added rooibos tea market.
• Increasing demand for healthy beverages is expected to increase the demand for rooibos and honeybush tea.
• Increasing international demand for rooibos tea.

Threats

• Continued climate change.
• Coronavirus pandemic could force small coffee shops to close permanently if the lockdown continues.
• Rising input costs including higher input costs, especially labour, are causing South African farmers to be even less competitive.

Outlook

South Africa’s production of black tea is declining as growers struggle to compete with imports and high production costs, especially labour. Product innovation for both tea and coffee is expected to increase as players vie for market share in a highly competitive market, under difficult trading conditions. The herbal tea sector will see growth due to the growing health awareness amongst consumers but according to Adele du Toit, spokesperson for the South African Rooibos Council, “although the demand for better quality teas and the healthy living trend will likely continue to grow demand for tea products, poor local economic performance and associated lowered consumer spending, will continue to be a challenge for the local tea industries as consumers seek to cut down on what they perceive as ‘luxury’ items”.

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1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Industry Value Chain 5
2.2. Geographic Position 6
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 7
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 9
4.1. Local 9
4.1.1. Corporate Actions 15
4.1.2. Regulations 15
4.1.3. Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development 18
4.2. Continental 20
4.3. International 22
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 23
5.1. Government Intervention 23
5.2. Economic Environment 24
5.3. Input Costs 25
5.4. Coronavirus 25
5.5. Land Reform Policy 27
5.6. Consumer Health Concerns 27
5.7. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 28
5.8. Labour 30
5.9. Environmental Concerns 31
6. COMPETITION 32
6.1. Barriers to Entry 32
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 33
8. OUTLOOK 33
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 34
10. REFERENCES 34
10.1. Publications 34
10.2. Websites 35
APPENDIX 1 36
Summary of Notable players 36
COMPANY PROFILES 40
AGULHAS HONEYBUSH TEA CC 40
ASSAGAY COFFEE CC 42
BARNES TEA AND COFFEE MERCHANTS CC 44
BEAN THERE COFFEE COMPANY (PTY) LTD 46
BEAVER CREEK (PTY) LTD 48
BREWKOMBUCHA (PTY) LTD 50
BUBBLE TEA COMPANY (PTY) LTD (THE) 51
CAPE NATURAL TEA PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD 52
CARMIEN TEA (PTY) LTD 54
CATURRA COFFEE COMPANY (PTY) LTD (THE) 56
CHICORY SA (PTY) LTD 57
CLIPPER COFFEE AND TEA CC 59
COLOMBO BREW CO (PTY) LTD 61
FAMOUS BRANDS COFFEE COMPANY (PTY) LTD 62
GLOBAL COFFEE EXPORTS LTD 64
HAPPY CULTURE KOMBUCHA (PTY) LTD 66
HONEY BUSH PROCESSING (PTY) LTD 67
HONEYBUSH NATURAL PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD 68
HOTEL LIMA WHISKEY CC 69
INCOBRANDS (PTY) LTD 71
J WOLLBRANDT 73
JOEKELS TEA PACKERS (PTY) LTD 75
L C PACKAGING (S A) (PTY) LTD 77
MASTERTONS COFFEE AND TEA SPECIALISTS (PTY) LTD 79
MELMONT HONEYBUSH TEA CC 81
MK HENDRIKZ 82
NATIONAL BRANDS LTD 84
NESTLE (SOUTH AFRICA) (PTY) LTD 87
NEW LOOK PACKERS CC 91
NTINGWE FARMING (PTY) LTD 93
PEACOCK TEA AND COFFEE (PTY) LTD 95
ROOIBOS LTD 98
ROYAL TEA PACKERS CC 100
RT CAIN 102
SABIE VALLEY COFFEE CC 103
SANPEACE (PTY) LTD 105
STRICTLY COFFEE CC 107
TEA AND COFFEE DISTRIBUTORS (EASTERN PROVINCE) (PTY) LTD 109
THEONISTA (PTY) LTD 111
UNILEVER SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 112
UNION HAND ROASTED (PTY) LTD 115
VIDA E CAFFE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 116
ZOOKA HEALTH COMPANY (PTY) LTD 119

Report Coverage

The South African Tea and Coffee Industry highlights current conditions and trends, provides information on imports and exports, and discusses the factors influencing the success of the sector. Profiles for 35 companies involved in the agricultural and manufacturing sectors of the industry are provided. Included is Chicory SA (Pty) Ltd, a company that supplies several coffee manufacturers with chicory, an important input to mixed ground and mixed instant coffees. Also profiled are Beaver Creek (Pty) Ltd, Assagay Coffee and Sabie Valley Coffee, three companies that farm the coffee plant, Coffea, and then roast, blend and distribute their coffee products.

Introduction

This report focuses on the tea and coffee industry in South Africa. According to the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), the gross value of black tea production has declined considerably in the past eight years, from R30.14m to R5.16m in the 2016/2017 period and only three tea estates remain in production. The herbal tea sector on the other hand has grown, mainly due to consumers looking for healthier options. The coffee sector has also experienced growth and consumption of coffee beans in South Africa increased from 29,760 tons in 2012/13 to 35,400 tons in 2015/16, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.4%. As a result of greater demand for premium coffees, the number of coffee roasteries and coffee shops across the country has increased to more than 100 roasteries compared to fewer than 20 roasteries ten years ago.

Strengths

• Rooibos and Honeybush are grown exclusively in South Africa.
• The infrastructure requirements for the production of Honeybush are low.
• The leading manufacturers in the coffee sector are global companies.

Weaknesses

• Coffee manufacturing sector is dependent on imports of coffee.
• High production costs for both tea and coffee, with the growing of coffee being particularly labour-intensive.
• South Africa is a net importer of tea and coffee.
• There are no SADC import duties.
• There is little investment in the growing of tea and coffee because of uncertainty regarding Government’s land reform programme.

Opportunities

• Growing demand for Fairtrade products such as organic coffee.
• Growth in the local and export value-added Rooibos tea market.
• Increasing demand for healthy beverages is expected to increase the demand for Rooibos and Honeybush tea in current and new local and export markets.
• Increasing demand for Rooibos tea from China.
• Reducing chicory imports by increasing local production.

Threats

• Continued climate change.
• Rising input costs including higher electricity and labour costs, are causing South African farmers to be even less competitive.
• The continued practice of no government assistance to local coffee plantations.
• Withdrawal of government assistance to tea growers.

Outlook

While South Africa’s black tea industry is expected to continue to decline mainly due to drought-induced declining harvests and rising production costs, the herbal tea sector, Rooibos in particular, is expected to benefit from the growing shift of consumers looking for healthier options. According to economist Gilberto Biacuana, who is also a research analyst at the Land Bank of South Africa, “The growing demand for coffee consumption domestically and internationally presents an opportunity for South Africa to increase its coffee production and create employment.” However, farmers and processors will need to find ways to manage and overcome the high input costs involved.

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Table of Contents

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1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Industry Value Chain 3
2.2. Geographic Position 4
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 6
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 9
4.1. Local 9
4.1.1. Tea 9
4.1.2. Coffee 12
4.1.3. Corporate Actions 15
4.1.4. Regulations 15
4.1.5. Enterprise Development and Social Economic Development 17
4.2. Continental 18
4.2.1. Tea 18
4.2.2. Coffee 20
4.3. International 21
4.3.1. Tea 21
4.3.2. Coffee 21
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 22
5.1. Government Intervention 22
5.2. Economic Environment 23
5.3. Rising Operating Costs 24
5.4. Land Reform Policy 24
5.5. Consumer Health Concerns 25
5.6. Labour 25
5.7. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 26
5.8. Environmental Concerns 28
6. COMPETITION 29
6.1. Barriers to Entry 30
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 31
8. OUTLOOK 31
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 32
10. REFERENCES 32
10.1. Publications 32
10.2. Websites 32
COMPANY PROFILES 34
ASSAGAY COFFEE CC 34
BARNES TEA AND COFFEE MERCHANTS CC 35
BEAVER CREEK (PTY) LTD 37
BUBBLE TEA COMPANY (PTY) LTD (THE) 39
CAFE CAPS (PTY) LTD 40
CAPE NATURAL TEA PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD 41
CARMIEN TEA (PTY) LTD 43
CATURRA COFFEE COMPANY (PTY) LTD (THE) 46
CHICORY SA (PTY) LTD 48
CLIPPER COFFEE AND TEA CC 50
COLOMBO BREW CO (PTY) LTD 52
FAMOUS BRANDS COFFEE COMPANY (PTY) LTD 53
GLOBAL COFFEE EXPORTS LTD 55
HOTEL LIMA WHISKEY CC 57
INCOBRANDS (PTY) LTD 58
J WOLLBRANDT 60
JOEKELS TEA PACKERS (PTY) LTD 62
L C PACKAGING (S A) (PTY) LTD 64
MASTERTONS COFFEE AND TEA SPECIALISTS (PTY) LTD 66
MK HENDRIKZ 68
NATIONAL BRANDS LTD 70
NESTLE (SOUTH AFRICA) (PTY) LTD 73
NEW LOOK PACKERS CC 77
NTINGWE FARMING (PTY) LTD 79
PEACOCK TEA AND COFFEE (PTY) LTD 81
ROOIBOS LTD 83
ROYAL TEA PACKERS CC 85
RT CAIN 87
SABIE VALLEY COFFEE CC 88
SANPEACE (PTY) LTD 90
STRICTLY COFFEE CC 91
TEA AND COFFEE DISTRIBUTORS (EASTERN PROVINCE) CC 92
UNILEVER SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 94
UNION HAND ROASTED (PTY) LTD 97
VIDA E CAFFE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 98

Report Coverage

The South African Tea and Coffee Industry highlights current conditions and discusses the factors influencing the success of the sector. Thirty-nine companies involved in the relevant agricultural, manufacturing, wholesale and retail sub-sectors are profiled. Companies include coffee manufacturer Nestlé South Africa, which dominates the coffee sector with 37% of the market by value. Also profiled are National Brands, Unilever and Joekels Tea Packers and Tea Blenders which dominate the tea packing sector with a combined market share of 96%. Profiles for popular retail outlets such as Vida E Caffe Holdings (Pty) Ltd t/a Vida Caffe and The Bubble Tea Company (Pty) Ltd are included in this report.

Introduction

This report focuses on the tea and coffee industry in South Africa, which is being negatively affected by drought, high labour costs and the declining Rand. South Africans consume more than 20,000 tons of coffee, most of which is imported, 20 million kilograms of black tea and 7 million kilograms of Rooibos annually. According to the South African Rooibos Council, the Rooibos industry contributes about R500m to national GDP annually and directly employs between 4,500 and 5,000 people. The retail value of the entire tea market including Rooibos tea, is estimated at more than R2.1bn. However, only six tea estates remain in South Africa and they have survived only as a result of government assistance.

Strengths

• Rooibos and Honeybush are grown exclusively in South Africa.
• The infrastructure requirements for the production of Honeybush are low.
• The manufacturers in the coffee sector are global companies.

Weaknesses

• Coffee manufacturing sector is dependent on imports of coffee.
• High production costs for both tea and coffee, with coffee growing being particularly labour-intensive.
• South Africa is a net importer of tea
• There are no SADC import duties.
• There is little investment in the growing of tea and coffee because of uncertainty regarding Government’s land reform programme.

Opportunities

• Growing demand for Fairtrade products such as organic coffee.
• Growing the local and export value-added market for Rooibos tea.
• Increasing demand for healthy beverages is expected to increase the demand for Rooibos and Honeybush tea in current and new local and export markets.
• Reducing chicory imports by increasing local production.

Threats

• Effects of climate change are reducing the size of tea and coffee plantations.
• Rising input costs including higher electricity and labour costs, are causing South African farmers to be even less competitive.
• The continued practice of no government assistance to local coffee plantations.
• Withdrawal of government assistance to tea growers.

Outlook

South Africa’s tea and coffee manufacturing sectors are battling to survive because of high production costs and having to rely on imports which have become more expensive due to the weaker Rand. As mentioned, analysts expect the price of coffee to increase by as much as 300% in 2016. Despite higher tea prices, the consumption of tea in South Africa and globally is expected to increase as a result of the growing demand by health-conscious consumers for herbal and organic teas.

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Table of Contents

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1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Industry Value Chain 3
2.2. Geographic Position 4
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 6
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 10
4.1. Local 10
4.1.1. Corporate Actions 16
4.1.2. Regulations and Government Programmes 16
4.1.3. Enterprise Development and Social Economic Development 18
4.2. Continental 19
4.3. International 20
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 22
5.1. Government Intervention 22
5.2. Labour 22
5.3. Economic Environment 23
5.4. Rising Input Costs 23
5.5. Land Reform Policy 24
5.6. Consumer Health Concerns 24
5.7. Environmental Concerns 25
5.8. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 25
6. COMPETITION 27
6.1. Barriers to Entry 28
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 28
8. OUTLOOK 29
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 29
10. REFERENCES 30
10.1. Publications 30
10.2. Websites 30
COMPANY PROFILES 31
A J Products (Western Cape) CC 31
Assagay Coffee CC 33
Austrian Coffee Estate CC 35
Back To Basics (Pty) Ltd 36
Barnes Tea and Coffee Merchants CC 38
Beaver Creek (Pty) Ltd 40
Bubble Tea Company (Pty) Ltd (The) 42
Cafe Caps (Pty) Ltd 43
Cape Natural Tea Products (Pty) Ltd 44
Carmien Tea (Pty) Ltd 46
Caturra Coffee Company (Pty) Ltd (The) 49
Chicory SA (Pty) Ltd 51
Clipper Coffee and Tea CC 53
Coffee Capsules Direct (Pty) Ltd 55
Colombo Tea and Coffee Company (Pty) Ltd 56
Focus Circle CC 58
Incobrands (Pty) Ltd 60
J Wollbrandt 62
Joekels Tea Packers (Pty) Ltd 64
L C Packaging (S A) (Pty) Ltd 66
Mastertons Coffee and Tea Specialists (Pty) Ltd 68
MK Hendrikz 70
National Brands Ltd 72
Nestle (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd 75
New Look Packers CC 78
Ntingwe Farming (Pty) Ltd 80
Peacock Tea And Coffee (Pty) Ltd 82
Rooibos Ltd 84
Royal Tea Packers CC 87
RT Cain 89
Sabie Valley Coffee CC 90
Sanpeace (Pty) Ltd 91
Seattle Coffee Company (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd 92
Strictly Coffee CC 94
Taste Holdings Ltd 96
Tea and Coffee Distributors (Eastern Province) CC 101
Unilever South Africa (Pty) Ltd 103
Venteco SOC Ltd 106
Vida E Caffe Holdings (Pty) Ltd 108

Introduction

This report focuses on the tea and coffee industry in South Africa. More than 20,000 tons of coffee is consumed in South Africa per annum but with only three coffee farms left in the country, it is imported coffee that continues to dominate the local market. Coffee farmers are struggling to survive mainly because of high labour costs, and without assistance from government, the country faces the prospect of losing its remaining coffee production. The South African tea sector is also being adversely affected by higher labour costs and the four farms that produce tea are only able to do so because of government assistance. The retail value of the entire tea market, including rooibos tea, is estimated at more than R2.1bn.

Strengths

• Rooibos and honeybush are grown exclusively in South Africa.
• The infrastructure requirements for the production of honeybush are low.
• The manufacturers in the coffee sector are global companies.

Weaknesses

• Coffee manufacturing sector is dependent on imports of coffee.
• High production costs for both tea and coffee, with coffee growing being particularly labour-intensive.
• Little investment in the growing of tea and coffee because of uncertainty regarding Government’s land reform programme.
• South Africa is a net importer of tea.
• There are no SADC import duties.

Opportunities

• Growing demand in the speciality coffee and value-added coffee sector
• Growing the local and export value-added market for rooibos tea.
• Increasing demand for healthy beverages is expected to increase the demand for rooibos and honeybush tea in current and new local and export markets.
• Reducing chicory imports by increasing local production.

Threats

• Effects of climate change are reducing the size of tea and coffee plantations.
• Rising input costs including higher electricity and labour costs, are causing South African farmers to be even less competitive.
• The continued practice of no government assistance to local coffee plantations.
• Withdrawal of government assistance to tea growers.

Outlook

With growing health consciousness worldwide, the demand for tea especially herbal tea is increasing. Climate change however is a major threat to both coffee and tea production and extreme weather conditions could interrupt supply and make tea and coffee more difficult to grow. Government’s land reform policy is deterring farmers from investing in the sector and the country’s increasing labour, electricity and fuel costs continue to hamper South Africa’s competitiveness. This is expected to result in increased imports, particularly in the coffee sector. The herbal tea sector expects continued growth as demand increases, especially for rooibos and honeybush.

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PAGE
1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Industry Supply Chain 2
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 3
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 5
4.1. Local 5
4.1.1. Corporate Actions 7
4.1.2. Regulations 7
4.1.3. Black Economic Empowerment 8
4.2. Continental 8
4.3. International 9
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 10
5.1. Economic Environment 10
5.2. Rising Input Costs 10
5.3. Land Reform Policy 10
5.4. Labour Resources 10
5.5. Consumer Health Concerns 11
5.6. Environmental Concerns 11
6. COMPETITION 11
6.1. Barriers to Entry 12
6.2. Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 12
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 13
8. OUTLOOK 13
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 13
10. REFERENCES 14
10.1. Publications 14
10.2. Websites 14
ORGANGOGRAM 15
COMPANY PROFILES 17
AJ PRODUCTS (WESTERN CAPE) CC 17
ASSAGAY COFFEE CC 18
BACK TO BASICS (PTY) LTD 19
BARNES TEA & COFFEE MERCHANTS CC 20
BEAVER CREEK (PTY) LTD 21
CAPE NATURAL TEA PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD 22
CARMIEN TEA (PTY) LTD 23
CATURRA COFFEE COMPANY (PTY) LTD 24
CHICORY SA (PTY) LTD 25
CLIPPER COFFEE & TEA CC 26
COLOMBO TEA & COFFEE COMPANY (PTY) LTD 27
FOCUS CIRCLE CC 28
INCOBRANDS (PTY) LTD 29
JOEKELS TEA PACKERS (PTY) LTD 30
LC PACKAGING (SA) (PTY) LTD 31
MASTERTONS COFFEE & TEA SPECIALISTS (PTY) LTD 32
MRS MK HENDRIKZ SOLE PROPRIETOR 33
NATIONAL BRANDS LTD 34
NESTLE (SA) (PTY) LTD 36
NEW LOOK PACKERS CC 38
NTINGWE FARMING (PTY) LTD 39
PEACOCK TEA & COFFEE (PTY) LTD 40
ROOIBOS LTD 41
ROYAL TEA PACKERS CC 43
SABIE VALLEY COFFEE CC 44
SANPEACE (PTY) LTD 45
STRICTLY COFFEE CC 46
TEA & COFFEE DISTRIBUTORS (EASTERN PROVINCE) CC 47
UNILEVER SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 48
VENTECO (PTY) LTD 50