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THE INTERNATIONAL COFFEE WEEK (BRAZIL ICW) IS ONE OF THE LARGEST FAIRS IN THE WORLD AND THE GREAT MEETING OF PROFESSIONALS THAT AIMS TO CONNECT AND GENERATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE ENTIRE BRAZILIAN COFFEE CHAIN IN ACCESSING MARKETS, KNOWLEDGE AND BUSINESS.

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10 Nov

13h00 to
14h00

Agribusiness

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Official Opening Brazil International Coffee Week 2021

Roberto Simões

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10 Nov

14h00 to
15h00

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(HYBRID) MAGNA LECTURE: RESUME, FIND, RECONNECT

10 Nov

15h00 to
16h30

Agribusiness

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NEW ATTITUDES FOR COFFEE FARMING (HYBRID)

Catia Rucco Rivelles

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10 Nov

16h30 to
18h00

Consumption

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WHAT IMPACTED THE PANDEMIC ON COFFEE CONSUMPTION - CHANGES IN BEHAVIOR

Vanusia Nogueira , James T. McLaughlin Jr e Rodrigo Mattos

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10 Nov

18h00 to
19h30

trading

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FERMENTED COFFEE - FROM PRODUCTION TO THE MARKET (HYBRID)

Gustavo Guimarães , Flávio Meira Borém , Luiz Paulo Pereira e Renato Souza

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11 Nov

13h30 to
15h00

Agribusiness

Painel

HOW DOES ESG IMPACT MY FARMING? (HYBRID)

Guilherme Amado e Eliane Cristina Müller

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11 Nov

15h00 to
16h30

Agribusiness

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ALTERNATIVES FOR MODERN COFFEE FARMING (HYBRID)

Miriam Aguiar , Leonel Satiro de Lima e Eder de Souza Martins

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11 Nov

16h30 to
18h00

trading

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COFFEE COIN TRENDS (HYBRID)

Luiz Henrique Albinati e Mario Nobre

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11 Nov

18h30 to
20h30

Consumption

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MINAS COFFEE ORIGINS SUMMIT (HYBRID)

Priscilla Lins

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12 Nov

09h00 to
12h00

Agribusiness

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Coffee Women's Meeting and Lectures - IWCA Brazil - 10 years (HYBRID)

Miriam Aguiar

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12 Nov

14h00 to
15h00

Agribusiness

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NESPRESSO PANEL - Regenerative Agriculture (HYBRID)

Cecilia Seravalli Soares e Guilherme Amado

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12 Nov

15h00 to
16h00

Agribusiness

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ATeG Café+Forte Award Ceremony (HYBRID)

12 Nov

17h00 to
18h00

Agribusiness

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NESCAFÉ PANEL - Regenerative and Conservative Agriculture (HYBRID)

Rachel Muller e Guilherme Amado

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12 Nov

18h30 to
20h00

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Coffee of the Year 2021 Awards Ceremony (HYBRID)

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THESE COMPANIES BELIEVE IN BRAZILIAN COFFEE. THANK YOU FOR SPONSORSHIP IN 2021!

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Nespresso

https://www.nespresso.com

Nestlé Nespresso SA is the pioneer and reference for highest-quality portioned coffee. The company works with more than 110,000 farmers in 15 countries through its AAA Sustainable Quality™️ Program to embed sustainability practices on farms and the surrounding landscapes. Launched in 2003 in collaboration with the NGO Rainforest Alliance, the program helps to improve the yield and quality of harvests, ensuring a sustainable supply of high quality coffee and improving livelihoods of farmers and their communities. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, Nespresso operates in 82 countries and has over 13'900 employees. The global retail network currently operates 809 boutiques in 532 cities. For more information, visit the Nespresso corporate website: www.nestle-nespresso.com.

Nescafé

https://www.nescafe.com/br/

Nestlé is the largest food and beverage company in the world and, presently , it can be found in 99% of Brazilian homes (source: Kantar Worldpanel) by providing products and services for people of any age and also for their pets. Focusing on nutrition, health and well-being, its upwards of 2,000 brands vary between national icons, such as Ninho, and global favorites, such as Nescafé. The coffee department, incidentally, is surely relevant to the multinational: it was Nestlé that produced the instant coffee , in the 1920s, leveraging Nescafé to its most valuable brand. Also Nespresso, which created the coffee pads in 1986, started a new market segment, and today, it shares the leadership with Dolce Gusto. In 2019, Nescafé entered the roasted and crushed coffee category launching two premium lines of special coffee: Nescafé Gold and Origins of Brazil. In that same year, the debut of Starbucks At Home first ran in the Nestlé coffee portfolio. For further information on house brands and releases, visit the website.

Sistema OCEMG

https://sistemaocemg.coop.br

The OCEMG System works for the growth and for the development of the cooperativism, providing orientation and support necessary for an efficient sector management, strengthening cooperatives societies. It was built by the Minas Gerais State Union and the Cooperatives Organization (OCEMG) - political government offices, trade-unions and employers’ organizations, state cooperativism defense and by the Minas Gerais Nacional Service of Cooperativism learning (SESCOOP-MG) - the entity is responsible for professional training, monitoring and promotion of several Minas cooperatives. The outcome is a reliable and consolidated system which consists of approximately 700 cooperatives from varied branches and with almost two millions of unionized, responsible for an annual amount of over R$ 60 billions.

Specialty

Sicoob

https://www.sicoob.com.br/

Sicoob – unique! Sicoob follows his purpose: connecting people to promote financial justice and prosperity. In our credit unions, you will find a unique customer experience and, as a customer, you also help to accelerate local economies development. All Sicoob affiliate has access to more than 3,000 branches across the country and can enjoy a complete product and service portfolio – such as banking accounts, loans, credit cards, private pension, vehicle financing, collection services and much more. On top of that, Sicoob offers all these products and services at better rates than the conventional financial market. This is possible because who joins Sicoob is not just a client, but also a cooperative member and, as such, the owner of the credit union. Moreover, all members democratically participate in decisions and financial results – part of those results are reinvested in regional development, creating a socioeconomic prosperity virtuous circle.

Premium

Melitta

https://www.melitta.com.br

Living always attentive and open to feel makes the whole experience more intense. Because more than opening your eyes each morning, waking up to life is being ready to feel every moment of the day. A good fresh coffee has the power to drum up the senses. That is why all we do is so that everyone can enjoy the best fresh coffee that can exist. Melitta also has exclusive accessories for you to drum up all your senses and aromas during the preparation of your coffee. Melitta. Fresh coffee to feel life more.

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Mosaic

Mosaic Fertilizantes is the world’s leading integrated producer of concentrated phosphate and potash. With a mission to help the world grow the food it needs, it provides about 27.2 million tons of fertilizer to approximately 40 countries worldwide. In Brazil, it operates on the production, import, sales, and distribution of fertilizers to be applied in several types of crops, in addition to that, it develops products for animal nutrition and sale of industrial products. Mosaic Fertlizantes owns and have outsourcing units in ten Brazilian states and Paraguay. Through Instituto Mosaic, it promotes programs of social responsibility in most of locations where it operates on. The company also manages the Fospar's Port Terminal, in Paranaguá

QIMA/WQS

https://wqs.com.br

QIMA/WQS (formerly known as WQS) was founded in 1993, offering solutions to the food industry from farm to fork through GFSI recognized certifications (BRCGS, GLOBALG.A.P., SQF, IFS), food safety, sustainable audits, ethical audits, quality seals, inspections, training, and supply chain management. We have been approved by government entities and major food retailers. From 1993, QIMA/WQS has been continuously growing internationally. Currently headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, with branch offices in Brazil and Mexico, we are able to provide our services globally. We offer solutions for over 20,000 companies all across the food chain, from farm to production, packing, transportation, and retail.

Yara

https://www.yarabrasil.com.br/

Founded in 1905 to solve the emerging hunger in Europe, today Yara has a worldwide presence, with approximately 15,000 employees and sales to more than 160 countries. In Brazil, it has headquarters in Porto Alegre and offices in São Paulo and Paulínia, five production plants and 24 own fertilizer mixing units, with presence in the main agricultural production centers. It also has two production units for environmental solutions, four mining units and two own port units. Our mission is to feed the world and protect the planet responsibly. We believe that knowledge grows and has the power to create positive global change. We understand our customers and what motivates them. Our vision is a growing community that collaborates to protect the planet and support farmers.

Promotion

Secretaria de Estado de Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento de Minas Gerais

http://www.agricultura.mg.gov.br