BRAZIL ICW 100% DIGITAL


Since March, we have been carefully following health guidelines in this extremely difficult world moment with the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). In view of the uncertain scenario for the coming months, we inform that 2020 Brazil International Coffee Week will be held, from 18 to 20 November, in a 100% digital format. With this decision we are aiming for everyone’s safety so that, in November 2021, we can be together in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.
We reinforce that we are committed to holding a digital event with the pillars that make Brazil ICW one of the five largest coffee events in the world with business, opportunities, relationships and connections for the coffee chain. We will meet soon on our digital platforms!

A POSITIVE SCENARIO
FOR COFFEE


CONAB (The National Supply Company) has estimated approximately 60 million coffee bags in 2020/2021. The estimated Arabica production ranges from 43.2 to 45.98 million bags, while the calculated canephora production is between 13.95 and 16.04 million bags. Minas Gerais, the largest coffee producer state in Brazil, also concentrates the largest coffee production area, with 1.22 million hectares, which corresponds to 69.8% occupied area of country’s arabica coffee. Brazil’s green and roasted beans are exported for more than 60 countries, like the United States, Germany, Italy, Belgium and Japan.

SIMULTANEOUS EVENTS


In this year the Brazil International Coffee Week will be held in 100% digital format. Even with this new format, the ICW will continue offering more than 40 simultaneous events, like DNA Coffee, a seminar that experts explain about trends and challenges inside coffee industry; Sustainable Coffee Forum, which is an event about sustainable actions taken in coffee-growing and its next steps; courses, meetings, and a lot of content for the whole coffee chain.

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