Good coffee at home too

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After years of exporting the best coffee, Brazilian consumers will
finally be able to drink it too. Brazilian coffee producers have
finally realised...

After years of exporting the best coffee, Brazilian consumers will finally be able to drink it too. Brazilian coffee producers have finally realised that Brazilians demand good products too, reports Gazeta Mercantil​. This has led to a battle on supermarket shelves by such firms as Sara Lee, Café Bom Dia, Café Jardim, Café 3 Corações and Cia. Cacique. Brazilian cooperatives have responded to a raft of quality brands from overseas firms by banding together to produce their own. Cooperative Cooxupé is now to make gourmet products, while supermarket chain Pão de Açúcar is offering specialty brand Bravo. The 45 per cent price premium is certainly a factor eyed by producers. Specialty coffees only account for 1.5 per cent of the 12.8 million 60-kilo sacks consumed annually, but analysts say the market is set to grow by 5 per cent for the next three years. Source: Gazeta Mercantil

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