In May 20, 1963, J. Marino emerged with Cia de Aramazéns Gerais, a Company of General Stores in Catanduva, São Paulo, in order to work with the purchase and sale of green coffee.
In 1977, while working with coffee exportation, J. Marino acquired Indústria Cotam, which was initially a general store located in Rolândia, Paraná, that a few years later started to industrialize toasted and ground coffee.
In 1997, Cotam changed its name to Itamaraty Indústria e Comércios S/A; thus, the brand emerged as a symbol of fertility and wealth of the land at the North of Paraná. Itamaraty's brand credibility and strength made the company invest in other segments of the food industry.
Today, ITAMARATY's coffees, coffee paper filters, accessories, cookies, wafers, and chocolates reach thousands of sales points allover Brazil through a proper commercial structure and an ample network of distributors. Besides the space conquered in national territory, the group expanded its investments in exportations, placing Itamaraty products in main supermarkets across the five continents.