VIDEO: Timor Leste’s Next Generation of Coffee Growers

A short feature on one of Timor Leste's bright new hope in coffee farming

Author
Rich Watanabe
Date
November 22, 2021
Categories
Video
Feature
International
Coffee
Culture

Meet Ameta Alves, or simply known to us here at Coffee Heritage Project by his nickname “Meta”

Meta runs his own store Café Organiku Atsabe. Taking part in continuous coffee quality trainings not only helped him improve the quality of his own coffee production, but it also helped Meta win First Place at Timor Leste’s Festivál Kafé Timor (Timor Coffee Festival). However, what is truly profound about Meta’s work in coffee is his commitment to share his knowledge with other Timorese coffee growers and ensure a better future for Timor coffee.

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