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In 1976 Somensi brothers decided to expand their activities in the cultivation of
erva mate. Initially, the company sold only the erva mate and had no other products. Today, it operates all over Brazil, exports products to the Japanese, Paraguayan, German, Polish, French and South African markets and is recognized worldwide.
Indústria da Mate Laranjeiras is located in Laranjeiras do Sul, in the Brazilian state of Paraná. All their products undergo a rigorous inspection process. From harvest to transportation, the quality standards are followed to avoid any possible loss of taste, color or quality of the product.
Pronounced [‘erva ‘matchi].
Yerba mate in Portugese. In general, term erva mate is used to describe a Brazilian type of yerba mate, which has a distinctive fine cut and almost no aging, which contributes to its very bright fresh green color. Erva mate is used to prepare
chimarrão — Brazilian version of