The best of brazilian green coffee beans to over 40 countries | Atlantica
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+55 35 3222 0495 Av. Princesa do Sul, 1885 | B. Rezende, Varginha, MG, Brasil | CEP: 37062-447

The best of brazilian green coffee beans to over 40 countries

por jan 21, 2020Coffee3 Comentários

Atlantica Coffee is one of the biggest arabica green coffee companies in Brazil, a trading company of the Montesanto Tavares Group. Our company operates in exporting arabica green coffee beans at “Superior” and “Commercial” lines of several Brazilian origins, mainly Minas Gerais, São Paulo and Bahia. 


We provide the best of Brazilian green coffee beans fully and semi-washed, naturals such as fine cups, very good cups, good cups and Rio minas. Atlantica exports green coffee beans from Brazil to over 40 countries and inr 2019 we commercialized around 1.6 million bags of coffee, which will be consumed abroad and domestically.


Check some of our coffee export destinations


Albania, Arab Emirates,  Argentina,   Australia,  Belgium, Bulgaria, Cabo Verde, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Malaysia, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, The netherlands, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States of America.


What we do


Our business goes far beyond selling green coffee beans. Since 2000 we take to all continents the tradition and quality of Brazilian coffee, always investing in strong and long lasting relationships with our coffee growers and buyers. Our coffees are produced by Brazilian farmers in various origins of the country, such as Matas de Minas, South of Minas, Cerrado, Mogiana and Bahia.


The state of Minas Gerais consolidates its position each year as the leading coffee producer in Brazil, equivalent to over 50% of total production. Our offices are strategically located in some of the main coffee cities of the state: Varginha, Manhuaçu, Alto Jequitibá, Caparaó, besides the administrative office in Belo Horizonte, the capital of the state of Minas Gerais.


The ideal combination of temperature, soil, altitude, and technology has made this State an outstanding producer of high-quality coffees of various standards. 


Atlantica Coffee’s quality and excellence come from the care we adopt at every stage of the process. The green coffee beans are selected, re-processed, stored and transported in modern structures with high technology machinery, operated by highly qualified professionals. All these factors combined with the logistics process guarantee the consistency, quality of the beans and punctuality in the delivery of the coffee to its final destination.


Our business is consolidated by excellence, consistency, fast service, and constant innovation. All this aligned with a close and enduring relationship of trust with the producers, customers and partners, also members of the Atlantica Coffee family. 


Sustainable brazilian green coffee beans

Brazil is the world leader in coffee production and export. In addition to the constant pursuit for higher productivity, coffee growers are increasingly striving to produce better quality coffee and meet international sustainability criteria.  


Atlantica works side by side with coffee farmers which are committed to sustainable practices and are subject to the strict supervision of international certification companies. To do so, our technical team pays visits providing assistance and support to ensure producers meet the requirements established by each organization. Through certifications, coffee growers adapt to good agricultural, environmental, social, food safety practices and allow coffee traceability.


We are present in this journey through the certification groups that bring many advantages to the certified coffee grower, moving together towards a common goal. In this process, our company is qualified and responsible for the validation of these certifications working alongside our producers. We are able offer UTZ, Rainforest Alliance, 4C and Certifica Minas certified coffee. 


Montesanto Tavares Group 


The GMT group operates in all stages of the coffee chain, from the origination of coffees to the sale of blends. The knowledge of coffee accumulated over 20 years enable us to consistently offer quality and high standard of our services as well as value and strengthen family farming in Brazil. 


Atlantica stands out in the Brazilian agribusiness sector, where it reached the 3rd place in the list of the biggest coffee companies in the ranking of “Exame Biggest and Best Companies in Brazil” magazine in 2019. Two Montesanto Tavares Group companies are among the leaders of this year’s index, Atlantica and Cafebras, the First place of the top 150 agribusiness companies! All in line with a close relationship with our coffee growers – key partners to Atlantica Coffee’s remarkable success.


Beyond business, the directors of Atlantica Coffee are always engaged in actions of social assistance. Believe and invest in the coffee culture is also to contribute to the improvement of the social and cultural conditions of communities where coffee is produced. 


Our actions are always based on ethics, our business and services guided by trust and quality and we have at innovation, the symbol of our joviality. We are oriented by the demands and needs of our customers seeking closeness and support, always with transparency and honesty as the foundation for lasting partnerships.



The group is investing in the expansion of our warehouse in Alto Caparaó (MG), which from February 2020 will increase from 80,000 to 200,000 bags of storage. 


Also in 2020, will be started the construction works for a new warehouse, located in Patrocínio in the Cerrado Mineiro region, with capacity for 450 thousand bags of coffee. 


Another group investment this year is the opening of a new Atlantica Coffee office in Varginha in the south of Minas Gerais.


Escritório administrativo Atlantica Coffee em Varginha

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