CBGB 2.07 Recap

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  • São Paulo was Brazil’s most important coffee-growing state in the nineteenth century, and its wealthy landlords came to dominate Brazilian politics.
  • Coffee-growing in São Paulo declined during the twentieth century and is increasingly limited to particular regions that produce specialty coffee.
  • The Port of Santos, in São Paulo, handles 80% of Brazil’s coffee exports. The trade name ‘Santos’ can be used to describe any coffee that has transited through the port.
  • São Paulo’s best-known coffee-growing region, Alta Mogiana, has held an Indicação de Procedência (IP) since 2013.


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