Segafredo Zanetti Brazil has its offices in the Minas Gerais region and operates in the retail, bar and export sector.
It has branches in the country’s biggest cities, including Sao Paulo, Rio De Janeiro, Juiz de Fora, Brasilia and Porto Alegre, which also handles distribution in the state of Santa Catarina.
The company markets and distributes three ranges of coffee: the typical Brazilian range, with the soft padded packaging, under the Massimo, Buono, Itambé, Nacional and Nova Suissa brands; and the Segafredo Zanetti's classic international ranges in vacuum packs and in whole beans.
SEGAFREDO ZANETTI BRASIL
Commercializaçao e Distribuiçao de Café, S.A.
Rua Continental, 400
CEP 32371-620 - Bairro Cincão - Contagem - MG - BRASILE
Tel. (+55) 31 3326.0200
Fax (+55) 31 3326.0219
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