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Coffee in Brazil



Coffee in Brazil



FO Licht International Coffee Report 11(3): 45-51



The coffee production and consumption situation within Brazil is discussed, focusing on the fact that Brazil overtook Germany to become the world's second largest market for coffee during 1995, a year when domestic consumption of green coffee increased by 10% to an estimated 10.1 million bags. Issues discussed cover: anticipated increases in demand, increases in purchasing power, and the need for more agronomists.

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