How coffee is made in Brazil — the country that supplies over a third of the world’s coffee

  • Brazil is by far the world’s biggest producer of coffee.
  • A plant takes between four to five years to produce coffee cherries.
  • Coffee production is an all-year-round process. 

 

Brazil produces one-third of the coffee consumed around the world.  

Matas de Minas is a small region in Brazil that produces artisanal coffee. 

Coffee is sun-dried and moved around several times a day for two to three weeks.  

The production of coffee employs over 8 million people in the country.  

 

Produced by Amanda Villa-Lobos

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Source: Business insider

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