Midagri: Peruvian coffee has conquered 52 international markets for its quality and flavor

Updated Oct 2, 2023
( Yesterday, October 1, International Coffee Day was celebrated. The date arose in 2015, exactly on October 1, when the 77 members belonging to the Coffee Organization (ICO) decided to create a day to commemorate this bean. International Coffee Day also aims to support the millions of coffee farmers whose livelihood depends on this crop. Likewise, we seek to thank the people who are dedicated to the production of this food. It is also an opportunity to promote more sustainable coffee practices and to make visible the difficult situation of coffee producers in the world. Coffee is one of the most consumed and popular drinks in the world. On this year's International Coffee Day, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) launched a joint campaign titled "Coffee People" or #CoffeePeople. This is accompanied by a challenge on social networks with the theme: "promote the right to a safe and healthy work environment in the ...
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