Parana, Brazil is situated in the southern region of the country and serves as a significant hub for Yerba mate production. With its advantageous location, Parana benefits from a climate and terrain that are highly conducive to growing this traditional South American beverage. The region's proximity to the Tropic of Capricorn provides Parana with a subtropical climate, characterized by mild winters and warm summers. This climate, coupled with the fertile soil of the region, creates ideal conditions for Yerba mate cultivation. Parana's landscape, with its rolling hills and lush vegetation, further enhances the growth of the Yerba mate plant. As a result, Parana has become renowned for its high-quality Yerba mate production, attracting both domestic and international markets seeking this beloved beverage.