7th African Fine Coffee Conference and Exhibition
11 February 2010
7th African Fine Coffee Conference and Exhibition: The Executive Director, Mr NÚstor Osorio, was invited to speak at the 7th African Fine Coffee Conference and Exhibition which took place in Mombasa, Kenya from 11 to 13 February 2010. The event was organized by the Eastern African Fine Coffees Association (EAFCA) which represents the coffee sector in ten countries in the region and promotes the production, quality, consumption and trade of African fine coffees. In his presentation, Mr Osorio gave a review of the world coffee market situation and highlighted preparations for the ICO World Coffee Conference from 26-28 February 2010 in Guatemala.
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