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    International Coffee Week Conference Sintercafé has Representatives from 28 Countries The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – About 450 representatives from 28 countries are meeting in Costa Rica, from November 14 to 17 to discuss the present and future of world coffee production at the Twenty-seventh edition of the International Coffee Week (Sintercafé).

    The event will is taking place at Hotel Los Sueños Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort in Herradura, Puntarenas.

    During the International Coffee Week, attendees will promote the grain, educate and offer  opportunities for businesses to expand markets or destinations by producing quality Costa Rica coffee through conferences, business conferences, direct contacts and field trips .

    It will analyze the issue of rust and the impact it has had on Central America.  They will also discuss price forecasts, management of processing wastewater and new trends that offer added value.

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