The 3rd Indonesian Coffee Festival: Indonesia Determined to be World Coffee Center

23 , 2014 | Source: kemendag

The Indonesian Ministry of Trade intends to make Indonesia The World Coffee Center. This strong determination will be realized at the 3rd Indonesian Coffee Festival in Prama Sanur Beach, Bali on 17-19 October 2014

The Indonesian Ministry of Trade intends to make Indonesia the world coffee center. This strong determination will be realized at the 3rd Indonesian Coffee Festival in Prama Sanur Beach, Bali on 17-19 October 2014.

Consumers and Enterpreuners of the International Coffee Industry will be invited on a coffee adventure by enjoying a taste of Indonesia Coffee and Exploring Business Cooperation.

The Ministry of Trade will not be alone in this event. The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, The Ministry of Agriculture, The Ministry of Industry and a number of Coffee Associations are also actively participacing in this Big Event.

 

 

 

For Further Information :

Ani Mulyati

Head of Public Realtions Center Ministry of Trade

+62 21 3860371/+62 21 3508711

Email : pusathumas@kemendag.go.id

 

 

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