BrazArtis, an import-export company based out of Brazil, today launched a new array of organic coffee catering to the coffee enthusiasts in the Gulf Region, this includes gourmet green, roasted and freeze dried coffee.
With about third of the world’s production, Brazil is the largest producers of coffee. It is estimated that it will reach between 48 and 52 million 60kg (132-pound) bags in 2012, up by 20.2% compared to last year’s production which has reached an estimated 43 million bags, according to CONAB. The production of Arabica coffee represents about 74% of national production, roughly 36 to 39 million bags.
“Brazil’s vast landscape offers various types of splendid coffee beans, as they are planted in diverse micro-climates within separated growing region. When taking organic coffee into consideration, it comprises top quality coffee grains, and consequently offers unsurpassed taste and aroma. With a vast line up of green coffee beans as well as processed coffee, we are passionate about offering our clients with top quality taste and fragrance.” – said a spokesperson for BrazArtis.
BrazArtis’ scope of operations includes green, gourmet, freeze and spray dried coffee. The endeavour to expand organic coffee exports to the Middle East is aligned with the continuously growing demand for organic products.