Brazil: Coffee


Besides being the world's largest coffee grower, Brazil produces and exports vast quantities of cotton, cocoa, sugar, tobacco, rice, castor beans, oranges, bananas, pineapples, wheat and rubber. Today, major export products include automobiles, footwear, textiles, iron ore, steel and electrical equipment.

Brazil is bounded north by Colombia, Venezuala and the Guianas. The Atlantic Ocean washes her beautiful beaches with a coastline of over 7,000 kilometer from the southeast of Brazil to the northeast of Brazil. Looking down on the harbor from the heights of Salvador, the port is laid out on a tongue of land between the open Atlantic Ocean and Todos os Sotos Bay. The riches of the Amazon Basin are still largely unexplored.

Below is the video of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply on COFFEE, produced by Artis Scientific JCR Productions, Inc., under the seal of coffee in Brazil.  The video show the various stages of coffee, from planting, through harvesting, handling, paign, research, drying, roasting, sorting, sampling, packaging, and consumption, highlighting the work of the people who are involved throughout the process.



Coffee and Brazil are synonymous terms.
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