Sustainable Café


Daterra Coffee


1,200 masl

Months of export

All year round


Daterra Team

Farm size | Ha production

6,200 ha | 2,800 ha

Harvest months

May to August


Brazil | Cerrado Mineiro | Patrocinio

Type of soil

Sandy and stony

Picking method

Manual selective and mechanical selective

Produces coffees from


Cutting vitals

+23 varietals: Acaiá 474-19, Aramosa Vermelho AR, Laurina, Muno Novo, Ouro Verde, Red Bourbon…


RFA, B Corp, ISO14001 IBD Organic



Farm History

The history of the Daterra farm comes from an Italian family that embarked on an adventure to build a new life in Brazil. The family’s entrepreneurial heart led them to invest in several businesses, including coffee growing.

Little by little, the Daterra project was consolidated and the dream of reinventingreinventing coffee growing and producing sustainable coffees became tangible. Farm Daterra was designed to produce specialty coffee, based on environmental preservation and social development. They first started growing coffee on the farm in the Mogiana region, which was previously used to produce milk, but they realized that the area of Patrocínio, in Cerrado Mineiro, was an exceptional region for the cultivation of coffee, as it had high altitude terroirs. that they could provide unique flavors and aromatic profiles and that the desert climate was actually an advantage because it allowed for quality control during the growing season. It was then that they settled in Cerrado Mineiro, acquiring the Boa Vista and Tabuoes farms that today form Daterra. It took 10 años for the Daterra farm to get the area good enough to produce good quality coffee and start exporting.

The learning experience throughout these años made it possible for Daterra to be the first Rainforest Alliance and ISO 14001 certified coffee farm in Brazil, later UTZ Kapeh was added and for a small organic part of our farm, IBD Organic. For Daterra the relationship with the soil, water, workers, the community and everything around us, is as important as its relationship with quality and with its customers around the world. Team Daterra Coffee is proud of its achievements and progress, look to the future knowing that we have very serious challenges to face, it is not enough to mitigate theaños caused by agricultural practices, its goal is to continuously research and innovate, relying on science, technology and passion to protect and improve the world’s second most important hotspot, the Cerrado Biome.

Daterra Classics

SCA score

+ 80 Points

Packaging format

60 kg bag / 24.2 kg box


Max.15 secondary



Daterra Collection

SCA score

+ 86 Points

Packaging format

Box 24.2 kg


Max.9 secondary





Tropical country with favorable conditions for the cultivation of green arabica coffee

Brazil is the largest country in Latin America, with an estimated surface area of more than 8.5 million km², is the fifth largest country in the world, The country is divided into 5 regions, 26 states and 1 federal district.

Brazil is the most biodiverse country in the world, with 6 ecosystems: The Amazon, The Atlantic Forest, The Caatinga, The Pantanal, The Pampa and the Cerrado, the latter being the ecosystem where the largest coffee production is obtained. The soils where coffee is grown in Brazil have the particularity of not being volcanic.are usually located in non-forested areas and are on flat land, they are deep soils and very old. Brazil, due to its geographical location, has two predominant climates: equatorial and tropical. The climate in the coffee-growing areas is warm, semi-humid and highly seasonal, with rainy summers and humid winters. Rainfall during the year is usually from November to March. In Brazil, the maximum daily temperature averages 29 degrees Celsius.

Brazil is the largest producer and exporter of coffee in the world,
approximately 80% of its production is of the arabica species and 20% of the robusta species., The main buyers being the United States, Europe and Japan, this makes Brazil the main supplier of coffee to the main economic powers. Apart from the economic importance of its production, Brazil is also the second largest consumer of coffee on the planet, which is why the magnitude that this beverage receives in the country is understandable.

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