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Brazilian producers of specialty coffees want to reinforce the sustainable image of the growing in the country

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With environmental concerns growing for political reasons, the project Brazil. The Coffee Nation wants to show that there is conscientious production in Brazil. Before accepting a new member, the BSCA – Brazil Specialty Coffee Association, assesses the quality of the

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The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Brazilian coffee exports. A BSCA interview

The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Brazilian coffee exports. A BSCA interview

Director of BSCA, an association of specialty coffee producers, says that Brazilian coffee has complied with coronavirus and sustainability protocols; beyond the record crop, the production has high quality. Even with the coronavirus pandemic hindering business, closing borders, and negatively

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Less Brazilian coffee on the markets around the world, export decreased

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According to Cecafé monthly report, Brazilian coffee exports recorded a decrease of 24.3% in February 2020: 2.7 million bags compared to over 3.5 million recorded in the same month of 2019. Arabica coffee represented 81.5% of total exports in February with 2.2 million bags shipped. Instant coffee made up 10.4% to 281,000 bags. Robusta coffee contributed 8.1% of exports with 219,000 bags, an increase of 3.3% on an annual basis. The main destinations for Brazilian coffee were the United States, Germany and Italy.

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