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Our infographics are the result of teamwork with professionals from the entire coffee chain, from producers to baristas, as well as with professors and researchers from other disciplines such as biology, anthropology, geography, physics and chemistry, with the sole objective of sharing a common passion: good coffee and to disseminate this knowledge to anyone who may be interested.

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– Divided into 5 coffee origins
– The most cultivated varieties are Mundo Novo, Caturra and Catuaí.
– The most common methods used to process coffee is the natural one.
– Coffee is grown between 500 and + 1,600 meters above sea level.
– Two sizes of bags are used in this coffee geography, 60 and 69 kilos.
– Coffee generates 8,900,000 jobs

– The three main importing countries of this coffee geography are: Belgium, Japan and Italy
444.5 million 60-kilogram bags are exported per year
70% of its production is of the arabica species and 30% of the robustaspecies.
– It has an appellation of origin – DO: Brazil
– It occupies the 1st place as coffee producer at the coffee geography level.

Coffee geography

We explain briefly the origins of the Amazónicacoffee geography.

Brazil

It accounts for 92.84% of the total production of coffee in the country.

  • It occupies the 1st place as a producer country in the coffee geography.
  • 1.82 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees
  • The estimated population is 28.44 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 916,455 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the 18th century.
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Venezuela

7.12% of the total production of the coffee geography is cultivated in the country.

  • It is the second largest coffee producing country in the world.
  • 140,000 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees
  • The estimated population is 28.44 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 916,455 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the 18th century.
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Trinidad and Tobago

0.02% of the total production of the coffee geography is cultivated in the country.

  • It is the 3rd largest coffee producing country in the world.
  • 393 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees
  • The estimated population is 1.39 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 214,969 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the 18th century.
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Guyana

0.01% of the total production of the coffee geography is cultivated in this region.

  • It is the 4th largest coffee producing country in the world.
  • 197 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees
  • The estimated population is 786,599 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 214,969 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the 18th century.
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Suriname

0.01% of the total production of the coffee geography is cultivated in this region.

  • It is the 5th largest coffee producing country in the world.
  • 195 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees
  • The estimated population is 586,634 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 163,820 km².
  • Coffee cultivation began in the 18th century.

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