2020/10/27 2:40:42 85 People Reading
Nelson Cavalhas, chairman of the Brazilian Coffee Exporters Association, said in an interview with reporters on the 18th that China has become the main export destination of Brazilian coffee and it is expected that more and more Chinese consumers will fall in love with Brazilian coffee.
Cavalhas said that China's rapid economic growth has provided a huge potential market for Brazilian coffee. "We hope to provide Brazilian coffee to Chinese coffee shops and show the whole process of Brazilian coffee production through videos and magazines, so that Chinese consumers can understand Brazilian coffee."
According to data from the Brazilian Coffee Exporters Association, Brazil's coffee exports to China have been on the rise in recent years, and the export volume in 2019 was more than twice that of 2017. The association believes that as the number of coffee shops in China's large and medium-sized cities increases, China will import more and more Brazilian coffee in the future.
Brazil is the world's largest coffee producer and exporter. Since 2009, China has been Brazil's largest trading partner, and agricultural products, including coffee, are Brazil's main exports to China.