Coffee: How can technology contribute to improving its production?

  • Luana Ferreira
  • Economic Correspondent – Brazil

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Brazil, the world’s largest producer of coffee beans, saw its harvest drop by a quarter last year

Drinking coffee as a daily routine is essential for an estimated one billion people around the world.

However, what many coffee lovers may not know is that they are often drinking coffee made, at least in part, from coffee beans from Brazil.

“Brazilian coffee beans have characteristics that are very popular, they are known for their special texture and sweetness,” says Cristiano Borges, head of the country’s largest coffee bean farm, Ipanema Coffee.

“It is precisely for these reasons that many coffee blends in the world use our Brazilian coffee as their base.”

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