Coffee

One of every three cups of coffee consumed in the world is Brazilian. So it’s no surprise as the producer of a third of the world’s coffee (60m bags estimated in the 2018 season) that Brazil is also its number 1 exporter.

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09/05/2022

12 Brazilian coffee Geographical Indications you should know about

Brazil has traditionally been the world’s largest producer and exporter of coffee; the country is also its second-largest consumer market. Coffee is the “Made in Brazil” product with the highest number of Geographical Indications (GIs) registered in the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI). This interesting aspect reflects not only the quality of coffee but also its special bond with […]

09/01/2022

Coffee

One of every three cups of coffee consumed in the world is Brazilian. Brazil is the world’s largest coffee exporter. About 90% of those exports are high-quality Arabica, a variety found in most of the best espresso blends worldwide. While Brazil has the capacity to torrefy and export roasted, value-added coffee, today most of its […]

06/29/2022

Brazilian coffee producers showcase their products in Italy

Last June, the Brazilian farmers were among coffee professionals from all over the world in Milan, Italy, for the World of Coffee event. It was the first edition since 2019, with a record 11 thousand attendees from over 137 countries and 350 exhibiting companies. Brazil took part in the event with more than 30 companies […]

03/29/2022

Brazilian agricultural exports reach US$ 10.5 billion in February

Brazilian agribusiness continues on a positive growth trend. In February, exports hit US$ 10.5 billion, which represents a 65.8% increase compared to the same period in 2021. This result means a surplus of US$ 9.3 billion in the agricultural trade balance. The main product in our agribusiness export line in that month was soybean, with […]

02/10/2022

Brazilian farmer is elected executive director of the ICO

Vanusia Nogueira is now the first woman to lead the International Coffee Organization (ICO). The decision was made by the organization’s member countries on February 9 and 10, 2022. Nogueira will replace José Dauster Sette, who is also Brazilian and had held the position since 2017. The ICO is the main intergovernmental body for the […]

02/04/2022

Brazilian breakfast: diversity is the day’s most important meal

You have probably heard that breakfast is the day’s most important meal. In Brazil, we take this saying very seriously. Since the country is so large, it is difficult to choose only one typical “Brazilian breakfast,” but they have something in common: freshly brewed coffee, milk, tropical fruits, and juices are everywhere. When you take […]

01/25/2022

How specialty coffees transform lives in Brazil

Brazilian coffee is already known throughout the world for its quality. Now, with new technologies and an increasingly demanding public, tradition reaches especially new generations. At the age of 14, Heloisa Vilete Magro is her parents’ great motivator in the production of specialty coffees. The dream and curiosity reached the whole family, even her 3-year […]

12/13/2021

Coffee, cachaça, and adventure: a route through Minas Gerais

Tourists now have a chance to get to know Brazilian most precious treasures through a route filled with coffee, cachaça, adventure, and much more. In the heart of Minas Gerais, in Southeast Brazil, a group has been organizing a road trip combining family agriculture, tasting, sightseeing, and off-road tourism. In a four-day itinerary, the participants […]

11/26/2021

Initiatives facilitate the export of recently awarded Brazilian coffees

Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee and one of the main investors in technologies and improvements for the sector. Over the last 60 years, the country has reduced the area allocated to coffee by 52%, but increased its productivity by 451%, preserving the environment and generating income for producers and millions of jobs. […]

09/15/2021

Brazil is diversifying its coffee production

In Pardinho, in the countryside of São Paulo, the economist and rural producer Daniella Pelosini owns an award-winning specialty coffee plantation. Her farm produces and sells to local and international buyers. In 2015, she won an Illy award for the best coffee in São Paulo and second-best in Brazil and, since then, started a partnership […]

12/04/2019

At annual press conference CNA assesses 2019 and forecasts for agriculture in 2020

Brasilia (04/12/2019) – The Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA) forecasts an increase in Gross Value of Agricultural Production (GVP), growth of agribusiness Gross Domestic Product (GDP), more private financing for the sector, more work and interest by producers in international trade. The estimates were presented on Wednesday, December 4th, during the annual press […]

11/05/2019

In China, Brazilian Farmers Continue to Strengthen Partnerships

Brazilian Farmers have just come back from one of the multiple prospective missions to China scheduled for the end of 2019. From October 17 to 25 the coordinator of International Relations, Camila Sande, participated in the technical mission organized by the Institute of Government Relations (Irelgov) to the Asian nation. The goal of the visit […]

07/10/2019

Brazilian Farmers discuss Sustainability at the II World Forum of Coffee Producers

This week, the Brazilian Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA) participates of the II World Forum of Coffee Producers in Campinas, São Paulo. The president of the National Coffee Commission, Breno Mesquita, and CNA’s coordinator of Agricultural Production, Maciel Silva, accompany the event that discusses more sustainable paths for global coffee activity. “Brazil has done […]

05/12/2019

In Japan, Brazilian Farmers seek greater market access for agricultural products

Representatives of Brazilian agriculture are currently in Asia, participating in a series of meetings and technical visits. In this 16-day mission, the group will visit four countries: Japan, China, Vietnam and Indonesia. The main goal is to open up these markets for Brazilian agricultural products, such as animal proteins, coffee, dairy products and fruits. The […]