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Coming Soon, Coffee Grown By State Tribals


A fresh brew of coffee cultivated by tribals in Karnataka’s forests will soon be available on the shelves. The brand, produced with the assistance of the state government, is called ‘Adavi’ (forest). About 40 metric tonnes of coffee grown by the tribals in this programme have been procured and sold for Rs 142 a kilo under the brand for the local market, according to the social welfare department. The department has joined hands with the Coffee Board (Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India) to train 2,650 farmers in a span of four years.

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