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Independent coffee culture in Rio

Brazil exported 1.6 million tonnes of coffee in 2013, making it the world's largest coffee producer. And in keeping with such a large export, Brazilians are second only to America in terms of yearly coffee consumption. In turn, independent shops and cafés are booming in Rio.

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