Bom Jesus & Sao Lucas Farms

Socially and environmentally responsible

The farmers from Bom Jesus proudly support a project which aims to promote social and environmental responsibility and awareness in younger generations.


Flavia and Gabriel ancestors’ have been growing coffee for nearly 150 years in the Alta Mogiana region, Sao Paulo.

The area is impressive, approximately 8,000 hectares where they plant mainly Bourbon and Mundo Novo varieties.

Bom Jesus farm has been awarded in local and national competitions as one of the best coffees from Alta Mogiana region, the same region Marcelo Brussi’s grandfather was born in 1913, inside a coffee farm. The care and passion from producing high quality coffee has been inherited by Flavia and Gabriel son’s Lucas and Gabriel. Using traditional methods for drying coffee, Bom Jesus is known by its unique coffee flavour and delivers caramel and sweetness to any coffee cup it has been part of.

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The Intercity Games for the Environment

In 2008, they’ve launched GIMA (The Intercity Games for the Environment), a project that aims to promote social and environmental responsibility and to create environmental awareness on early generations. In 2017, GIMA celebrated its 10th edition and reunited more than 900 children from 5 surrounding towns, on a day to celebrate life and spread love. During this special day, there are exciting games, involving adults and children around our greatest gift: the environment.

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