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Official Guest Country

Thank you for your interest in our Official Guest Country. The Secretariat is pleased to introduce our next Official Guest Country!

The 2018 Guest Country is Costa Rica!

More information about Costa Rica will be uploaded.

The 2017 Guest Country is Indonesia!

Indonesia Coffee

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Introduction to Indonesia

Indonesia is the world’s 3rd biggest coffee producing country in 2014, according to International Coffee Organization. Indonesia’s 3,200 mile archipelago with more than 17,000 island, 120 active volcanoes, ample rainfall, fertile soil, and ideal temperatures have led to existence of variety of coffees.

Specialty Arabic coffee in Indonesia’s most popularly exported product and has gained worldwide acknowledgement. This has positioned Indonesia as the 2nd largest specialty Arabic exporter in the world, with 150,000 tons of export per year. Nearly 100 genetic varieties of Arabic coffee have been created in 1699, some of these include Sumatera Lintong, Sumatera Kerinci, Sumatera Solok Minang, Java Preanger, Java ljen Raung, Jave Estaste, Sulawesi Toraja, Papua Wamena and much more.

Indonesia is the world’s 3rd biggest coffee producing country in 2014, according to International Coffee Organization. Indonesia’s 3,200 mile archipelago with more than 17,000 island, 120 active volcanoes, ample rainfall, fertile soil, and ideal temperatures have led to existence of variety of coffees.

Variety of Indonesian Coffee:

Java, Luwak, Sumatra, Sulawesi, Gayo, Kintamani, Papua Wamena, Flores Bajawa

 

Distribution Coffee Growing Areas in Indonesia

Indonesian coffee production

2016 Guest Country: Brazil

In 2016, we welcomed Brasil
as our Guest Country

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Introduction to Brasil

Brazil is one of the most important actor in the world agribusiness. The country developed the highest technology to produce food, fibers and energy in a tropical climate and playing an important role in the world agriculture commodities market.

Despite of being at the top three producer and export in many products such as orange juice, coffee, sugar and ethanol, poultry, soybeans, maize and others, it always important to reinforce that this large country still have 61% of its land preserved with its natural forest, especially the tropical one.

In the last 40 years, we increased our productivity more than 3.2 times, using 3 times less land to cultivate our most planted crops.

Even though you don´t have any information about Brazil, you are already consuming our products daily such as soybean made products, sugar, meat, nuts, coffee and many others that are about 6% of Korean total agribusiness import.

Regional Map of Brasil’s Coffee

A general overview of the regions where Brasil’s famous coffee beans originate from. Click image for a larger look at the map.

2015 Guest Country: Coloumbia

In 2015, we welcomed Colombia
as our Guest Country

2014 Guest Country: Ethiopia

In 2014, we welcomed Ethiopia
as our First Guest Country

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