This book approaches coffee growing from different angles: from the point of view of the human societies that practice it and the landscapes it shapes, according to a geographical and socio-economic approach; from the point of view of the plant itself, its cultivation and processing, according to an agronomic and technological approach.
Using concrete examples, it analyzes the relationship between terroirs and quality, examines the place of quality in coffee revival programs, and observes the behavior of these sectors in the face of market reality. It is intended for a wide audience: researchers, students, national coffee sector managers, representatives of producer groups, policy makers and industrialists.
Number of pages: 153 pages
Publication date: 01/01/2003
Weight: 0.31 Kg
Dimensions: 16,0 cm × 24,0 cm × 1,2 cm
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