Kopi and the Sumatran tiger

Barry, Elizabeth
August 2013
BeanScene Magazine;Aug2013, Issue 28, p65
The article offers information on the Sumatran Tiger Conservation Programme (STCP) which was formed by the coffee manufacturer Cofi-Com Trading Pty. Ltd. in North Sumatra, Indonesia to protect poaching and extinction of farmers. It mentions that the company sold the Batak coffee which is grown on the island and proceeds from the sale is utilized in the STCP programme.


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