WE ARE THE COFFEE SEEKERS
Green coffee. Where you want and how you want.
We are a family business dedicated to the commercialization of Brazilian green coffee.
Our coffees are chosen rigorously, reaching an average score of 83 points and have the main certifications of the market.
We have an exclusive partnership with solid production and trading companies, which allows us to deliver coffee with the same standard, for as long as necessary and with the assurance that the product will reach its destination perfectly.
We are The Coffee Seekers and sell green coffee as and where you want.
We are able to find premium and special coffees in single lots or blends, all of them certified and with production traceability.
We manage samples and negotiate prices and quantities available with suppliers.
We also deal with credit and financing management.
We are responsible for the delivery and shipment schedule.
We manage logistics from the origin to the confirmation of the shipment to the final customer in air and sea mode.
Our coffee is originated from a network of more than 14,000 members in more than 200 municipalities located mainly in the southern region of the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil.
Minas Gerais is the state that produces more coffee in Brazil, with 54.3% of the country's total production, and southern Minas Gerais is the Brazilian region that concentrates the largest amount of coffee planted per square meter.
Its high average altitude of 950 meters and average annual temperature of 20.2 ºC, facilitate the production of coffees with body, slightly citric acid flavors and fruity aromas.
The varieties most commonly found in the region are: Yellow Bourbon, Catuaí, Mundo Novo, Icatu, Obatã and Catuaí Rubi.
With more than 85 years of history, Cooxupé (Cooperativa Regional de Cafeicultores em Guaxupé Ltda) began its activities in 1932 and receives coffee produced in more than 200 municipalities in its area of action, between the south of Minas Gerais and the Vale do Rio Pardo in São Paulo.
With 14,500 members (95% of them from family farms) and more than 2,000 employees, it has a revenue of R$ 3.79 billion and is the largest coffee cooperative in the world.
SMC Specialty Coffees was born in 2009 to market and supply fine, special and certified coffees, offering unique batches or blends.
Currently, SMC has the most modern and complete coffee processing structure in the Brazilian market, with a total capacity of 300.000 bags/year, with a fully automated process to clean, store, weigh and prepare coffee in a blend indicated by the buyer.
Armazéns Gerais Peneira Alta is a company that for 17 years has focused on the storage and processing of coffee.
Their warehouses were built following all the technical rigors and currently have a storage capacity of up to 1 million bags, and the coffee processing plant now processes more than 4,000 bags per day.
Founded in 2010, Timbro is governed by constant innovation, dynamism, risk management and delivery of results.
It has created a solid and balanced flow of foreign trade and today is one of the largest importers for third parties. It takes Brazil to the world by exporting agricultural raw products and metals on a large scale.
It uses this diversity and volume to generate value and cost reductions for customers and suppliers.