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Lusa - Business News - Portugal: Delta to support 500 coffee producers in 15 years

Lisbon, May. 15, 2019 (Lusa) - Portuguese coffee roasting and packaging company Delta Cafés - from the Nabeiro group - will support up to 500 coffee planters in the Azores islands in the next 15 years, the company's CEO Miguel Nabeiro said on Wednesday during the presentation of the first "100% biodegradable" coffee capsule.
"The aim is to support 500 coffee producers in the Azores in 15 years," he told journalists on the sidelines of a presentation of the company's global strategy in Lisbon, at a ceremony attended by prime minister António Costa and minister for the economy, Pedro Siza Vieira.
Miguel Nabeiro said the Azores currently produced around nine tonnes of coffee, which he deemed was "very little" and guaranteed that "mass production" was possible, although he did not put forward a date for coffee marketing or the amount demanded.
He also said the marketing of 100% biodegradable coffee capsules, made out of corn, sugarcane and cassava, would start in the second semester of the year.


Agency : LUSA

Date : 2019-05-16 10:44:34


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