Tanna Coffee to participate in Caffe Culture show in London

Tanna Coffee, one of Vanuatu’s biggest exports is very excited about participating at the Caffe Culture Show in London in about a week’s time.

Owner Terry Adlington says this will be first time that Tanna Coffee will exhibit its products at the expo.

Adlington says they have prepared coffee for sampling, brochures for distribution, on-line order forms and some coffee packets for sale.

“We are very happy to be there and promote our excellent product, as we feel that we can compete against some of the best in the world, with our unique single origin coffee,” he said.

The Caffè Culture Show is the leading UK business-to-business event dedicated to the café and coffee trade.

Since 2006, the show has been at the centre of the coffee revolution and has become one of the leading events for the café community.

The Caffè Culture Show presents a cross-section of the best companies from across the industry supply chain.

The show has added some exciting new elements including a unique conference - Caffè Connections, a leading forum running within the show itself. Caffè Connections explores the state of the café industry and the rapidly changing landscape, with keynote speakers, panel debates, insight sessions and drop-ins from high-profile figures from the coffee and food to go sectors.

Adlington said the Caffe Culture show would provide a great opportunity to promote Tanna Coffee products to a world-wide audience of consumers, who may appreciate the unique product for its taste, flavour and rarity.

Two representatives from Tanna Coffee will be at the Caffe Culture show which will be held from May 23-24 at the Olympia Exhibition in London.


Photo: Tanna Coffee Facebook (Terry Adlington (left) at coffee farm)

Anishma Prasad