GES Delegates relished the taste and aroma of Indian Coffee at Coffee board’s Stall

Coffee Board, a Government of India enterprise, is promoting various regional flavours of coffee mostly grown in the western ghats at the eighth annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) which began on Tuesday for 3 days in Hyderabad.

“This is our opportunity to promote Indian coffee among the global audience at GES,” says Raghuramulu, Director, Central Coffee Research Institute, Coffee Board.

He also noted that “The western ghats is one of the biodiversity hotspots in the world and coffee is grown as an integrated crop and in shade”.

Araku Coffee grown in the eastern ghats is also on display.

Different flavors of coffee like Espresso,Cappuccino,Black Coffee, Filter Coffee with milk, Strong coffee with a dash of milk is served at Coffee Board’s pavilion for GES2017 delegates.

It said that more than 2700 cups prepared and served so far at Coffeeboard’s pavilion.

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Coffee Board promoting entrepreneurship

Coffee Board is all geared up to promote Coffee entrepreneurship to entrepreneurs inorder to provide self-businesses and to increase coffee consumption.

Board representatives said 34 entrepreneurs had successfully launched their businesses in the last one-and-a-half years.

“The advantage in business of coffee is that it will not need huge capital. One can take it off with even Rs. 1 lakh,” – B J Ashwin Kumar, Research Chair & Consultant (Promotion), Coffee Board

Coffee Board Raghuramulu said Consumption of coffee in India is steadily growing at about 5 to 6 per cent per annum.

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Delegates praised Indian Coffee Aroma

Coffee board pavilion was busy serving different flavors of coffee all two days. Delegates seen tasting Coffee and appreciated the unique taste of Indian Coffee

Masterchef India fame Chef.Vikas Khanna were also seen enjoying coffee at Coffee Board’s pavilion

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