Coffee shop sells coffee from own farm

Coffee shops in São Paulo are selling coffees produced by their own estates. One could say that growers’ families are actually opening coffee stores in the city. The trend is more and more visible due to value addition in sales of the finished product (by the cup) rather than of green coffee (by the bag). Suplicy Café is one of the examples with its Minas Gerais’ Santa Izabel Estate now supplying 60% of all the coffee sourced by the shop. The entire line of coffee beverages prepared at Octavio Café, part of the Octavio group that owns Dallis Coffee in the US, come from their own coffee farm located in Pedregulho, state of São Paulo.
Source: O Estado de São Paulo

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