A successful Brazilian businessman in Europe, Fábio Ferreira specializes in coffee distribution from the noble country to the United Kingdom and other European countries. His company supplies Selfridge, one of the largest supermarket chains in the UK.
According to Gladstone, ensuring the quality of coffee per acre will open the door to a significant increase in production with greater incentives from the government. – Photo: Marcos Vincenti / Secom
With a view to strengthening coffee production on the acre, Governor Gladstone Camille met with the businessman. The two discussed alternative ways to guarantee the quality of coffee produced in the state, with a view to opening up markets abroad.
“Our government wants to provide the necessary conditions for the consumption of our coffee in the UK and other countries. Fábio should visit Acre next August to evaluate the quality of our product.Said the Governor.
Governor Gladstone Camille holds meeting with businessman to strengthen coffee production per acre – Photo: Marcos Vicente / Secom
According to Gladstone, ensuring the quality of an acre of coffee will open the door to a significant increase in production with greater incentives from the government.
“In the past, Acre has already produced a lot of coffee. Now, we are checking our farmers’ willingness to expand this culture. This London businessman has already positively evaluated coffee from Rondonia, which has the same look as ours. Through investments and partnership, in the years to come I firmly believe that coffee farming per acre will make a leap and create more jobs for our people.Camille argued.
Fabio Ferreira, an entrepreneur who buys coffee from different parts of the world, explained that the production method is important for the end consumer who wants a different product.
The company supplies Selfridges, one of the largest supermarket chains in the UK. – Photo: Marcos Vincenti / Secom
“We have attached photos of coffee growers in Africa and Asia. In terms of acreage, if these crops reach the native villages, we will receive the message of transit stability to our customers. We can also show that coffee production from acres is not dependent on deforestation. This is very important. “Fabio revealed.
According to him, coffee production from the new geopolitical divisions has always been an attraction.
“In this sense, if the product is truly sustainable, Amazon will attract the attention of consumers. We can consume specialty coffee with export level. Knowing the genetics of coffee grown in Rondonia and knowing that there are similar conditions per acre, I am confident about the quality of the product,” the entrepreneur concluded.
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