Boyolali, Toraja, and Flores-Bajawa Coffee Exported to Germany
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, Mahendra Siregar, symbolically released the export of Boyolali coffee, Toraja coffee and Flores-Bajawa coffee weighing 1.5 tonnes to Germany (4/3).
Previously, the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs had collaborated with the Indonesian Consulate General in Hamburg, Germany to pave the way for UKM Boyolali coffee, Toraja coffee, and Flores-Bajawa coffee to export Indonesian coffee to Europe via Germany. Especially for coffee from Central Java, Boyolali Coffee, this shipment is the first export to Germany.
"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to support all coffee partners, from farmers to Indonesian exporters, to be able to export coffee around the world," said the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia in a press release, Thursday (4/3/21).
It is hoped that this export can open wider avenues for marketing Indonesian coffee to the markets of Germany, Europe and other parts of the world.
Through the Coffee Diplomacy program that has been initiated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2020, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Indonesian Representatives will continue to build collaborations with coffee activists to penetrate the world coffee market. (*)
Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia