World scientific meeting on coffee in Montpellier from 28 June to 1st July
Over 400 participants will attend the event: researchers, PhD students, decision-makers, coffee professionals and civil society actors. Specialists from around the world and representatives from more than 30 coffee-producing countries will share scientific results and address challenging issues about sustainable production, climate change adaptation, coffee quality and traceability, and health effects.
All new developments in science and technology of the coffee sector will be presented and discussed during the four days:
- agronomy (genetics, botany, agro-technology, pests and diseases, agroecology, etc.);
- chemistry (coffee analysis, chemical composition, aroma, etc.);
- technology (green coffee processing, roasting, grinding, extraction, decaffeination, packaging, storage, etc.);
- markets, certification, traceability,