Yearly Archives: 2017

Tangerang, Banten — Ministry of Trade Republic of Indonesia once again held Trade Expo Indonesia (TEI) 2017 at International Convention Exhibition Bumi Serpong Damai (ICE-BSD), Tangerang, Banten. SCOPI livened up the annual international B2B-focused tradeshow showing a variety of Indonesian export products and services. In five days, from 11 to 15 October of 2017, claiming the

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Coffee lovers can be any age. Local residents, young and old, crowded to try free coffee from 12 tester thermos bottles containing Robusta coffee from various provinces across the country during the 2nd Nusantara Coffee Festival in the town square of Bondowoso, East Java, in August. They did not have to go all the way to Aceh

read more, Jakarta – SCOPI was born and grow with mission to build a partnership for Indonesian coffee stakeholders. It cannot be denied, that the main principle of SCOPI is to be farmer-centric, with a vision to improve farmers’ economic opportunities. Not only through farmers training program, but also by arranging the “Pasar Kopi” or “Coffee Market”

read more, Bondowoso – On August 24, 2017, SCOPI has launched National Sustainability Curriculum and Good Agricultural Practice Manual for Arabica Coffee in Jakarta. As planned, following the NSC and GAP Manual for Arabica Coffee, SCOPI will provide Training of Trainers (ToT) coffee Master Trainer in cooperation with Government of Bondowoso and Global Coffee Platform. This activity took

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TIMESINDONESIA, JAKARTA – Director General of Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture, Bambang, impressed by the idea of Bondowoso’s local government in building coffee clusters for smallholder farmers. Development program of coffee cluster invented by government of Bondowoso Regency, involving Perhutani (Indonesian state-owned forestry firm), APEKI (Asosiasi Petani Kopi Indonesia or Indonesian Coffee Farmers Association) Bondowoso, Jatim Bank and Indonesian Coffee and

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TIMESINDONESIA, Jakarta – Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) has launched National Curriculum and Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) and Post-Harvest Arabica Coffee at Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs Office, Thursday (24/8/2017). The Executive Director of SCOPI, Veronica Herlina, said that NSC-A launch is the result of SCOPI’s cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and related

read more, Jakarta –  National Sustainability Curriculum and Good Agricultural Practice Manual for Robusta (NSC-R) was launched on May 2, 2016. Following the launch, SCOPI in cooperation with District Estate Crops Office (Dinas Perkebunan) from several provinces in Indonesia provided training program based on the national curriculum which targeted 66.5000 Robusta coffee farmers and 18.000 Arabica coffee

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