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SCOPI has demonstrated its commitment to the future of coffee plantations in Indonesia by providing training for Master Trainers to train farmers…

Indonesia’s coffee network

Global Coffee Report– Indonesia is a 5100-kilometre-long archipelago – the largest in the world – made up of 17,500 islands with an…
Speakers Kiki Anggraini, Country Coordinator, USAID Oceans Ms. Kiki Anggraini has 15 year experiences on marine and fisheries issues. She started her career…
WATARU SUZUKI, Nikkei staff writer PANGALENGAN, Indonesia — When Wildan Mustofa ventured into the burgeoning specialty coffee market six years ago, he…
Coffee lovers can be any age. Local residents, young and old, crowded to try free coffee from 12 tester thermos bottles containing…
TIMESINDONESIA, JAKARTA – Director General of Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture, Bambang, impressed by the idea of Bondowoso’s local government in building coffee clusters for…
TIMESINDONESIA, Jakarta – Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) has launched National Curriculum and Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) and Post-Harvest Arabica Coffee…
The new organization will create a single agriculture sustainability standard; it will simplify the certification process, and continue to improve livelihoods for…
TIMESINDONESIA, JAKARTA – Coffee Republic of Bondowoso (Bondowoso Republik Kopi, BRK) is no stranger to Indonesian coffee industry and enthusiasts. Decision was…
Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) was established to promote and grow public-private partnership in coffee commodity sector, and also to achieve…
PT. XL Axiata, Tbk (“XL”) and SCOPI has signed MoU on 10th of July, 2015. Both parties commited to utilize digital service…
The demand for Indonesian coffee from the rest of the world is there, yet many still have not tried coffee from the…