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  1. Introduction
  2. About coffee
  3. History of coffee
  4. Profile of the organisation
    1. Origin of the organization
  5. Growth and development of the industry
  6. SWOT analysis
    1. Strengths
    2. Weakness
    3. Opportunities
    4. Threats
  7. Functions of the various section of coffee board
  8. Coffee demo farms
    1. Demonstrtation plots
    2. Research conducted by the coffee board
    3. Research forms
    4. Quality control
    5. Library
    6. Marketing section
    7. Registration
    8. Renewal of registration
  9. Development section
  10. Promition section
  11. India Coffee House
    1. India Coffee depots
  12. Secratiate accounts
  13. General administration
  14. Statutory committees
  15. Vigilence division
    1. Extension and development
    2. Internal and external promotion
    3. External publicity
    4. Internal publicity
  16. Export and marketing
  17. Espresso brewing
    1. Cappuccino
    2. Cafe macchiato
  18. Speciality coffees
    1. Decaffeinated coffees
    2. Organic coffees
    3. High grown coffees
    4. Estate coffees (single origin coffees)
    5. Varietal coffees
  19. Indian speciality coffees
    1. Mansooned coffee
    2. Mysore nuggets (extra body)
    3. Robusta kaapi royal
    4. Processing specialty coffees
    5. Primary processing
    6. Secondary processing
  20. Flavored coffees A specialty
    1. The genesis
    2. Flavors
    3. Natural flavors
    4. Trends in consumption
  21. Conclusion
  22. Biblography

Currently India produces around three lakh tons of coffee per annum. A large portion of coffee in India is exported. Domestic consumption of coffee in India is estimated at around 55000 tons per annum and it has been stagnate at this level for the last few years. Coffee exported prices fluctuate widely depending on the demand supply gap apart from a small segment of especially coffee, most Indian coffee is used to blend with other coffee from rest of the world. Further the volumes that India would offer in the international markets are not enough of commands a bargaining position. This further accentuates the price realized for the Indian coffee in the world markets. This in turn exacerbates the situation during the low price cycles.

The coffee board in India is in the process of devising strategies for growing the markets for Indian coffee, while the export markets scenario discussed above, exploring opportunities for increasing domestic consumption of coffee significance. Very little information about domestic coffee consumption is available except for proprietary information available with large players in the market. Before devising any strategy for growing domestic coffee consumption, nationally representative study on beverages habits, practices, attitudes this is the first formal study of such magnitude conducted by the coffee board. The coffee board proposes to conduct such large scale consumption audits at regular intervals.

[...] GENERAL ADMINISTRATION: The coffee board (known as the Indian coffee market expansion board, till 1948) is the lineal successor of the Indian coffee cess the committee, first statutory all India organization of the Indian coffee industry, constitute by the central government, in response to the unanimous request of all the coffee grower interest for an organization and funds of their own for the improvement of the industry. STATUTORY COMMITTEES: The board functions through its six statutory committees Executive committee 2. [...]

[...] The application is scrutinized for the following: o Quality of coffee o Type of crop o Country of export o From which part exported o Name of importer o Country of importer After scrutiny, the application forwarded to deputy director(planning and co-ordination) for approval, Four copies of export permit or issued, export permit contains the name of exporter, country of export, quality of coffee to be explored. Grade of coffee crop validity period. Normally for application received before 13.30 pm permit are issued in the evening of the same day. [...]

[...] A small cup of Espresso coffee with its intense aroma and taste stimulates the mind of the consumer. The art and science of Espresso coffee preparation with machines and its style of preparations to the consumers, appearance and taste are certainly different from other types of preparations. Espresso way of coffee drinking is truly a royal way of coffee drinking. SPECIALITY COFFEES Specialty coffees are gaining popularity in the world coffee market specialty coffees are high quality coffees and are simply different from that of normal coffees with reference to visual quality, in the cup or in both specialty coffees can be broadly classified into five categories based their unique features, as described below: 1. [...]

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