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The Brazilian Coffee Industry Association to present the Brazilian Protocol for Sensory Assessment of Roasted Coffees at the Specialty Coffee Expo on April 12th

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – The Brazilian Coffee Industry Association (ABIC) will present the Brazilian Protocol for Sensory Assessment of Roasted Coffees at the...

Brazilian Coffee Industry Association restructures Certification Programs

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – The Brazilian Coffee Industry Association (ABIC) is modernizing its Certification Programs to adapt to the new Ordinance 570, from...

ENCAFÉ marked a reunion for the Brazilian coffee industry

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – On November 27th, last Sunday, the 28th edition of the National Coffee Meeting (ENCAFÉ), a traditional event organized by...

Brazil International Coffee Week 2022 in full swing

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – Coffee growers, professionals, roasters, coffee shops and national and international buyers have the opportunity to take a new immersive journey...

Brazilian Coffee Industry Association elects Pavel Cardoso as new president

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – On June 21st, after the meeting of the Deliberative Council of the Brazilian Coffee Industry Association (ABIC), held at...

Brazil: coffee consumption up 1.7% in 2021, says Abic

MILAN – Coffee consumption in Brazil, the world’s largest consumer behind the USA, rose 1.7% in the November 2020 and October 2021 totalling 21.5...

Brazilian coffee consumption expected to grow at a lower pace in 2019, says Abic

MILAN – According to the Coffee Industry Association of Brazil (Abic), domestic consumption will rise at a lower rate in 2019, after a 5%...

Domestic coffee consumption in Brazil pegged at 21 million bags in 2018

MILAN – Brazil’s domestic coffee consumption rose by 4.8% over the course of the 2018 commercial year from a downward revised figure for 2017,...

Cooxupé warns about possible shipping delays due to trucker strike

The strike over high fuel prices has paralyzed Brazil, the top global exporter of soybeans, sugar, coffee and chicken. Industrial action was to spread to...

Brazil’s coffee capsules sales up by over a third in 2015

Brazil's coffee capsules sales were up by over a third, or a whopping 35 percent in 2015, according to the latest figures revealed by...

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