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Seminário da Cachaça de Minas Gerais 2021

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16 Nov 21 | Brazil Time: 05:00 PM - 19 Nov 21 | Brazil Time: 05:00 PM

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The State Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply of Minas Gerais (Seapa – MG), in partnership with various entities in the cachaça sector, will hold on November 16, 17, 18 and 19, 2021, virtually through the Seapa Youtube channel, the III Seminário Mineiro da Cachaça, analyzing the market, business strategies, exports, mixology trend, among others.

The event aims to update producers and industry professionals who work in the area, as well as stimulate discussions related to various aspects of business and adding value to this traditional spirit.

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Session title: O cenário Brasileiro de Cachaça e Destilados: Efeitos da pandemia e as tendências para o futuro.

Session description: A pandemia do Corona Vírus modificou profundamente o mercado de bebidas alcoólicas no Brasil, e mostrou diferenças e discrepâncias entre os diversos produtos que perfazem a categoria. Será abordado as performances dos diferentes mercados de destilados e bebidas alcoólicas e quais são as tendências de distribuição, embalagem e sustentabilidade que irão definir o mercado de bebidas alcoólicas no futuro.

Session date and time: Thursday, 18 November at 5pm (Brazil time)

Speaker name and title: Rodrigo Mattos, research analyst

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