Fazenda Pinhal is situated close to San Antonio De Ampoaro in Sul De Minas. The farm belongs to the Gabarra Teixeria Family who acquired the farm in 1994. In 2019 the farm was awarded as Brazil's most sustainable coffee farm and in 2019 they installed solar panels which now supplies 100% of their energy. On the farm, they have also started a bird sanctuary to help rehabilitate and care for injured birds. The welfare of their employees is very important to them and they are researching ways to make the working environment more sustainable for their employees, as well as ways to prevent occupational injuries. This coffee is a pulped natural - the cherries are mechanically harvested and the ripe cherries are then pulped removing 100% of the mucilage. These coffees are then taken to the patios where they are dried for 7 - 10 days with regular turning.
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