Initiative Aims to Increase Indonesian coffee imports

From biv.com

A delegation of farmers joined roasters for a panel discussion in Vancouver April 24, followed by tasting sessions to foster demand for Indonesian coffee, which is enjoying rising popularity in this country.

Canadian imports of Indonesian coffee climbed to $44.3 million last year, an increase of 28% since 2014.

The event was co-hosted by the Indonesian Trade Promotion Centre and Nusa Coffee, a Kitsilano Indonesian coffee store and importer. Although many Vancouver coffee houses already carry Sumatra beans from the country, and Indonesia ranks as the sixth-largest supplier of coffee to Canada, they see room for further growth in the city.

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