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Coffee Production In Brazil

Coffee Production In Brazil: Brazil has been the world’s largest coffee producer for over 150 years. Today, Brazil grows about a third of the world’s coffee, although, in the past, its share was as high as 80%. Coffee was introduced to Brazil from the French colony of Guiana in 1727 when the country was still under Portuguese rule. The first coffee tree in Brazil was planted by Francisco de Melo Palheta in the Para region in the north of the country. …

Little-Known Facts About Robusta Coffee

Little known facts about Robusta coffee Coffee drinkers worldwide often refer to a fruit called Arabica when it comes to coffee. Arabica is the primary raw material produced annually in the world's leading coffee exporting countries such as Brazil (?% Arabica, ?% Robusta). Arabica is grown in some countries with suitable natural conditions, called the coffee belt (25 degrees north latitude and 30 degrees south equator). In contrast, in Vietnam, the most well-known coffee variety is Robusta. Robusta of Vietnam is famous in the world …