BRAZIL: Brazil cashes in on gourmet coffee export boost

By Sarah Diston | 2 February 2001

Brazil, the world's largest coffee producer is expecting gourmet-coffee exports to double this year. A report by the Wall Street Journal claims that while speciality coffee accounts for only a fraction of all Brazilian exports, the segment is growing, and furthermore the category delivers value of up to 30% more than regular coffee.

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Brazil, the world's largest coffee producer is expecting gourmet-coffee exports to double this year. A report by the Wall Street Journal claims that while speciality coffee accounts for only a fraction of all Brazilian exports, the segment is growing, and furthermore the category delivers value of up to 30% more than regular coffee.

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