Coffee of Pasirwangi Garut Farmer Products Interesting Abroad
By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, May 27 2018 - 22:00 IWST
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INDUSTRY.co.id - Garut - Coffee produced by farmer D'Arffi brand in Pasirwangi District, Garut regency, West Java, attracted many coffee lovers from overseas, in addition to able to meet the needs of the national market.
"Coffee powder is ready to be brewed that we sell has a lot to the outside (abroad)," said Aries Sontani coffee farmers from District Pasirwangi, Garut, Sunday (05/27/2018)
He said the coffee produced by the brand D'Arffi while fulfilling individual orders from coffee lovers from America, Japan, South Korea, and Malaysia.
The delivery of coffee abroad, he said, lasts for one year or has been sent as much as 50 kilograms in a way packaged using delivery services.
"While this message is a new individual, for consumption alone, not a company or cafe," he said.
He hopes, in the future, coffee delivery from Garut farmers to foreign countries can be done on a large scale through exporting agencies in Indonesia.
During this time, he said, based on existing regulations can only export raw coffee, including coffee from Garut delivery combined with coffee from various regions in Aceh.
"Now this coffee from Garut merged in Medan, in Aceh just abroad, for coffee from West Java is he said to add a sense of delicious coffee," he said.
He delivered, coffee farmers production in Pasirwangi, Garut, one of the areas that meet the needs of the national market that each month to send as many as 100 kilograms of coffee.
Arabica type coffee, he said, sold in many cases, restaurants or coffee shops in various regions of Indonesia.
"Almost all regions are sent coffee our products, mostly for the cafes," he said.
Meanwhile, Aries has been in coffee business since 2000, and then began to breed and overcome coffee productivity since 2005.
Aries has been able to manage 500 hectares of coffee land in Pasirwangi District with the number of people currently involved in the management of two thousand copies.
"I will also keep trying to keep the people in my area can be consistent to grow coffee, because now the coffee business is very profitable for farmers," he said.