Member
close
Member

Cooxupé 90 years of cooperativism

The cooperative was founded in 1932 as a credit cooperative, and in 1957 it became Cooxupé.

Cooxupe News

Cooxupé’s Financial Statement 2021: more than BRL 120 mln to members

Brazilian Cooperative of coffee growers presents its Financial Statement 2021; total revenue reached record BRL 6.7 bln

Member

2022 Coffee production area in Brazil is 1.82 mln ha

Arabica Coffee represents 79% of total coffee production, and Canephora (Robusta and Conillon), 21%. Comparing to 2021 crop, the area grew up only 0.6%.

Member

Cooperativism: Transformative and evolutionary principles

Cooperativism makes a difference for co-op members and promotes social, economic and environmental transformation

Member

How does the scarcity of urea affects food production

The chemical compound is on the list of scarce products worldwide, and it is likely to impact supply chains

Member

Cooxupé: steady and competitive through ESG practices

The Cooperative is highest-scored in Brazilian rank for its management sustainable practices in order to guarantee better future to its co-op members

Member

Climate and resilience are points of attention for producers in 2022

The President Director of Cooxupé, Carlos Augusto Rodrigues de Melo, talks about the perspectives for 17 thousand co-op members

Member

Preserving margins: a great challenge in 2022

The evaluation from former Brazilian Agriculture Minister, Roberto Rodrigues, emphasizes the effects of the “tragic” mood that affected Brazilian agribusiness in 2021 and the cost of ag inputs.

Member

Brazilian cooperativism: key role for national agribusiness

Agricultural co-ops are essential for national economic development since they effectively support generation of income and jobs