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    Hello FAM!

    South America is a major producer and exporter of green coffee, with countries like Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador being major players in the global coffee market. Some of the key green coffee trades in South America include:


    Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world, accounting for around 40% of global production. The country exports a significant amount of green coffee, with major markets including the United States, Germany, Italy, and Japan. Arabica coffee is the most widely produced type of coffee in Brazil, accounting for around 70% of the country’s production.


    Colombia is renowned for its high-quality Arabica coffee, which is grown in the country’s central Andes region. The country is the third-largest coffee producer in the world, and exports the majority of its coffee to the United States, followed by Germany and Japan.


    Peru is a relatively small coffee producer, accounting for less than 1% of global production. However, the country’s coffee is known for its high quality and unique flavor profiles. Peru exports its coffee primarily to the United States and Europe.


    Ecuador produces mainly Arabica coffee, with the majority of its exports going to the United States, followed by Germany and Belgium. The country is known for its specialty coffee, which is grown in the high-altitude regions of the Andes.

    Overall, South America is a significant player in the global coffee market, with its high-quality Arabica coffee sought after by coffee roasters and consumers around the world.

    Best regards,
    Big Homie Coffee

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