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  1. This is just the weirdest thing I have read for a long time on Ebay 1. Fill in the pressure, make delicious coffee, and give each cup a consistent taste, presenting it to the consumers. Increase the quality stability and enhance brand awareness. 2. Increase the professional degree of coffee, and "haagen-dazs" ice cream has the same equipment. 3. Increase the competitiveness of the industry, increase the turnover of coffee, and recover the investment cost of coffee machine equipment at an early date. 4. Convenient coffee chain stores, customized standard amount SOP. In the case of constant quality, it is easy for semi-automatic baristas to become automatic coffee machines. 5. In an environment where employees are difficult to find, it is easy to get people to train. 6. The cost of staff can be reduced, and the coffee technician has a high salary and liquidity. 7. Food grade stainless steel material SUS304, solid and durable. 8. The standard filling pressure gauge for beginners of semi-automatic coffee machine. 9. The professional semi-automatic coffee machine installation and debugging machine personnel good helper. 10. Suitable for the use of coffee training schools, helping students to learn quickly.
  2. I really dod need a tamper as the Fracino piece of plastic was .................... yes that bad! Lots of advice thanks and here is the Blue Beauty. Not the classiest or most professional and not from Edinburgh. Seven days from China and a super fit. It weighs in at 430g and the price was right. Let's hope that it works - first test on Sunday.
  3. TheCoffeeTweet: China to become a net importer of coffee - http://tinyurl.com/7fwk3b More...
  4. Coffee Festival China 2009 Organizer: Canton Universal Fair Group Ltd All-China Bakery Association Co-organizers: All-China Federation of Industry & Commerce Setting up: May 18-20, 2009 (08:30 a.m. - 17:00 p.m.) Exhibition Session: May 21-23, 2009 (09:00 a.m. - 16:30 p.m.) Dismantling: After 4 pm, on May 23, 2009 Venue: Guangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Centre (GICEC) Invite companies from all over the world to promote trade During the Coffee Festival China 2009, exhibitors can not only set up their best images by showing their products, but also find out their customers in the exposition. Food & beverage store owners, roasters & packagers, department & grocery store buyers, consultants, chain store buyers, Industry executives & buyer, distributors and office coffee buyer etc will be invited to this show. It is estimated that more than 73,000 visitors will participate in the show. Exhibit Products Coffee materials and related products: coffee beans, coffee powder, coffee mates, instant coffee, solidified milk, milk essence and syrups Coffee ware: coffee cups, saucers, filtration paper, coffee pots, coffee tables, spoons, coffee mixers and other coffee related ware Coffee equipment: various coffee machines and ovens Coffee related products and ware: Refrigerators, ice cube machines, snowflake machines, ice cream machines, deep freezes and other western food ware. Option of Participation Option Shell Booth Price(EUR) 1 Standard Booth 9sq.m. (3m × 3m) 2,520.00 2 Raw Space 1sq.m. (1m × 1m) 250.00/Sq.m,18sq.m at least and overhead expenses will be plus(28RMB/ m2 ) The booth at the corner will be 300 plus per corner Please contact: Michael Liu (Senior Project Representative) Canton Universal Fair Group Ltd. Tel: 86-20-34072597/98/99 Fax: 86-20-34072596 E-mail: [email protected]
  5. They're back on line. I have a 58mm tamper and it weighs nearly half a kilo and I find it very good value. http://www.newfrog.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=tamper&cat= You might find it useful if you are starting up.
  6. Hi everyone, I could really do with your help and opinions for my studies on the emerging coffee vs. tea culture in china. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz believes there is great potential to brew a coffee culture in China, with plans to open thousands of coffee shops and make China their biggest market outside the USA. Traditionally, China is a country of tea drinkers. Tea is considered an integral part of Chinese culture. Therefore, it is hard to believe the acceptance and success Starbucks have gained in China in such a short period of time. 1. But will Starbucks have the power to change many of the 1.3 billion people who are avid tea drinkers into coffee lovers? 2. How far can Starbucks take the coffee culture within China? 3. Do you think Starbucks has what it takes to capitalize on the emerging market in China? 4. What could Starbucks do to win over the hearts of millions of Chinese tea drinkers? Your opinions will be much appreciated. Thanks
  7. How about spr coffee in China? More...
  8. TheCoffeeTweet: Chinese beans for Starbucks in China http://tinyurl.com/9za5xu More...
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