Ethiopian coffee beans welcomed in Guangdong's blossoming coffee market

Source:Xinhua Published: 2018/12/23 18:32:06

A worker dries fresh coffee beans at a coffee farm near Kaffa, Ethiopia, Dec. 8, 2018. The local coffee farms meet busy season in December every year. Coffee rooted in Ethiopia is the raw material of various coffee drinks favored by people all over the world. It is said that coffee was discovered by sheepherder in Kaffa, southwestern in Ethiopia, from which the name of coffee evolved. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are exported to China mainly by sea. Hulled green coffee beans are transported to Port of Djibouti by road and railway and then after about 21 days at sea they finally arrive in China. Coffee market is blossoming in south China's Guangdong Province, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up. According to the statistics by local customs, the import of coffee and related products of Guangdong Province reached 27 thousand tonnes in 2017, covering one quarter of total amount of the country. Coffee consumption grows fast in recent years in China. With China become more and more open, good coffee around the world enters into Chinese market, providing more choice for consumers. Photo: Xinhua


 

A staff member makes coffee from Ethiopia at Dream High Coffee cafe in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, Dec. 5, 2018. Dream High Coffee cafe owns a booming business and coffee from Ethiopia is welcomed by customers. Coffee rooted in Ethiopia is the raw material of various coffee drinks favored by people all over the world. It is said that coffee was discovered by sheepherder in Kaffa, southwestern in Ethiopia, from which the name of coffee evolved. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are exported to China mainly by sea. Hulled green coffee beans are transported to Port of Djibouti by road and railway and then after about 21 days at sea they finally arrive in China. Coffee market is blossoming in south China's Guangdong Province, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up. According to the statistics by local customs, the import of coffee and related products of Guangdong Province reached 27 thousand tonnes in 2017, covering one quarter of total amount of the country. Coffee consumption grows fast in recent years in China. With China become more and more open, good coffee around the world enters into Chinese market, providing more choice for consumers. Photo: Xinhua


 

Dream High Coffee cafe is seen at a residential building in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, Dec. 5, 2018. Dream High Coffee cafe owns a booming business and coffee from Ethiopia is welcomed by customers. Coffee rooted in Ethiopia is the raw material of various coffee drinks favored by people all over the world. It is said that coffee was discovered by sheepherder in Kaffa, southwestern in Ethiopia, from which the name of coffee evolved. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are exported to China mainly by sea. Hulled green coffee beans are transported to Port of Djibouti by road and railway and then after about 21 days at sea they finally arrive in China. Coffee market is blossoming in south China's Guangdong Province, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up. According to the statistics by local customs, the import of coffee and related products of Guangdong Province reached 27 thousand tonnes in 2017, covering one quarter of total amount of the country. Coffee consumption grows fast in recent years in China. With China become more and more open, good coffee around the world enters into Chinese market, providing more choice for consumers. Photo: Xinhua


 

Workers dry washed coffee beans at a coffee farm near Kaffa, Ethiopia, Dec. 8, 2018. The local coffee farms meet busy season in December every year. Coffee rooted in Ethiopia is the raw material of various coffee drinks favored by people all over the world. It is said that coffee was discovered by sheepherder in Kaffa, southwestern in Ethiopia, from which the name of coffee evolved. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are exported to China mainly by sea. Hulled green coffee beans are transported to Port of Djibouti by road and railway and then after about 21 days at sea they finally arrive in China. Coffee market is blossoming in south China's Guangdong Province, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up. According to the statistics by local customs, the import of coffee and related products of Guangdong Province reached 27 thousand tonnes in 2017, covering one quarter of total amount of the country. Coffee consumption grows fast in recent years in China. With China become more and more open, good coffee around the world enters into Chinese market, providing more choice for consumers. Photo: Xinhua


 

A worker checks coffee beans from Ethiopia before toasting at Pointy Nose Coffee factory in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province, Dec. 6, 2018. Pointy Nose Coffee Factory owns a full business chain covering coffee bean importation, coffee bean processing and coffee product online sale. It has 6 stores in Dongguan and Shenzhen in Guangdong Province to sale coffee from main production districts around the world including Ethiopia. Coffee rooted in Ethiopia is the raw material of various coffee drinks favored by people all over the world. It is said that coffee was discovered by sheepherder in Kaffa, southwestern in Ethiopia, from which the name of coffee evolved. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are exported to China mainly by sea. Hulled green coffee beans are transported to Port of Djibouti by road and railway and then after about 21 days at sea they finally arrive in China. Coffee market is blossoming in south China's Guangdong Province, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up. According to the statistics by local customs, the import of coffee and related products of Guangdong Province reached 27 thousand tonnes in 2017, covering one quarter of total amount of the country. Coffee consumption grows fast in recent years in China. With China become more and more open, good coffee around the world enters into Chinese market, providing more choice for consumers. Photo: Xinhua


 

A worker covers dried coffee beans with a plastic cloth at a coffee farm near Kaffa, Ethiopia, Dec. 8, 2018. The local coffee farms meet busy season in December every year. Coffee rooted in Ethiopia is the raw material of various coffee drinks favored by people all over the world. It is said that coffee was discovered by sheepherder in Kaffa, southwestern in Ethiopia, from which the name of coffee evolved. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are exported to China mainly by sea. Hulled green coffee beans are transported to Port of Djibouti by road and railway and then after about 21 days at sea they finally arrive in China. Coffee market is blossoming in south China's Guangdong Province, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up. According to the statistics by local customs, the import of coffee and related products of Guangdong Province reached 27 thousand tonnes in 2017, covering one quarter of total amount of the country. Coffee consumption grows fast in recent years in China. With China become more and more open, good coffee around the world enters into Chinese market, providing more choice for consumers. Photo: Xinhua


 

Workers classify hulled coffee beans at SMS Plc enterprise in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia, Dec. 12, 2018. Coffee rooted in Ethiopia is the raw material of various coffee drinks favored by people all over the world. It is said that coffee was discovered by sheepherder in Kaffa, southwestern in Ethiopia, from which the name of coffee evolved. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are exported to China mainly by sea. Hulled green coffee beans are transported to Port of Djibouti by road and railway and then after about 21 days at sea they finally arrive in China. Coffee market is blossoming in south China's Guangdong Province, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up. According to the statistics by local customs, the import of coffee and related products of Guangdong Province reached 27 thousand tonnes in 2017, covering one quarter of total amount of the country. Coffee consumption grows fast in recent years in China. With China become more and more open, good coffee around the world enters into Chinese market, providing more choice for consumers. Photo: Xinhua


 

Workers collect hulled coffee beans at SMS Plc enterprise in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia, Dec. 12, 2018. Coffee rooted in Ethiopia is the raw material of various coffee drinks favored by people all over the world. It is said that coffee was discovered by sheepherder in Kaffa, southwestern in Ethiopia, from which the name of coffee evolved. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are exported to China mainly by sea. Hulled green coffee beans are transported to Port of Djibouti by road and railway and then after about 21 days at sea they finally arrive in China. Coffee market is blossoming in south China's Guangdong Province, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up. According to the statistics by local customs, the import of coffee and related products of Guangdong Province reached 27 thousand tonnes in 2017, covering one quarter of total amount of the country. Coffee consumption grows fast in recent years in China. With China become more and more open, good coffee around the world enters into Chinese market, providing more choice for consumers. Photo: Xinhua


 

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