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Le Marche and the Coffee Industry

Le Marche and the Coffee Industry | Le Marche another Italy | Scoop.it

The Coffee industry of Le Marche is another example, in this Region, of high quality products able to conquer the international Markets.

The success keys of the brands are based on the rich flavor selection of the best Arabica and Robusta beans selected around the world or expressly cultivated in sustainable farms, and on high technology coffee machines able to guarantee the making of the perfect espresso with an intense and long lasting taste.

The firsts Le Marche companies have appeared in the territory around 1880 thanks to adventurous merchants and nowadays, with an international presence, the coffee industries of le Marche are aiming to bring a new fresh taste of Italian coffee on abroad market.

It is thank to small activity, as the case of Torrefazioni, tiny roasters, that the most pure spirit of the "coffee pleasure" is locally preserved.

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Caffè Pascucci le Marche for Cocano Bio Haiti

The Big Bio Cocano Project Haiti is a project for marketing the raw coffee grown and harvested by Haitian peasant families using completely natural methods in line with organic farming practices. The main objective of the Pascucci-Montebello project, launched jointly with Gino Girolomoni (one of the founding fathers of organic farming in Italy) is to ensure coffee producers are paid a fair price, thus improving the local community’s productive and organizational capabilities , providing technical support for coffee production and processing, consolidating skills in agricultural management and monitoring, improving traditional cultivating methods, introducing more modern methods of growing coffee which are still compatible with the environment and encouraging sustainable agriculture with the objective of protecting the environment through a rational use of the production resources.

With the free assistance provided by the Pascucci Agricultural Service, and the input of the agronomist Diane Nsengiyumva, farmers can benefit from a cutting edge training programme whilst ensuring the company gets the quality it needs to make excellent coffees.

With a combination of farm visits and agricultural seminars, the agronomist can teach farmers the techniques for improving quality and increasing income. The training also provides work equipment such as gloves, boots, scissors and other tools. The use of organic fertilizers to increase soil productivity is also taught.... read the full article


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