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The Mauritian coffee wants to spread its aromas towards the South Africa and Australia




The Mauritian coffee wants to spread its aromas towards the South Africa and Australia
The coffee produced locally labeled “Café La Fournaise” has spread its aromas by exportation.

After marketing in France and in Technical Republic, society of "Les Brûleries de la Fournaise" intends to take on the South African and Australian markets very soon, as relates lexpress.mu.

New markets that hold no fear to the Mauritian company which displays 28 million rupees (736.000 euro) as revenue annually, with ground coffees in bags or pots, soluble coffee capsules, and other decaffeinated.
 
 
"We will devote more than 15% of our production for export, because for the moment, we are exporting 10% of 60 tons per year", said the head of the quality of the coffee Mauritius.
 
The South Africans and Australians tourists, having already tasted the flavor of "Café La Fournaise" in Mauritius either in hotels or duty free shop from the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam airport of Plaisance have shown a strong interest around product.



Fabrice François


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