Trung Nguyen Coffee is chosen from the best beans intergrated with best passions that is appeared in over 50 countries around the world. Especially in big cities such as: New York, London, Berlin, Paris, Toronto, Moscow, Budapest, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, Sydney, Tokyo, Seoul, Bangkok, Shanghai ... now available in Bangkok, Thailand.

Besides, Trung Nguyen coffee is the prior choice for important government seminars, forums inside and outside the country; Trung Nguyen is also chosen as Cultural Ambassador and present for Presidents.

Now you can order online Trung Nguyen coffee in Thailand. Trung Nguyen Thailand can deliver to your home by Thai EMS within 2 business days.

History Of Vietnamese Coffee

By 2000, coffee production had grown to 900,000 tons per year. Price decreases, however, led annual production to drop to around 600,000 tons/year in 2003.In 2009, Reuters reported Vietnamese coffee exports at "an estimated 1.13 million tonnes" for the previous year, stating that coffee was second only to rice in value of agro-products exported from Vietnam. The country's 2013/2014 coffee crop is expected to be a bumper harvest of around 17 million to 29.5 million 60-kg bags. Such a large production will add to a global oversupply of beans and will pressure coffee prices which have lost about 10 percent since October 2012. The country's coffee industry has taken a hit; of the 127 local coffee export firms that operated in 2012, 56 have ceased trading or shifted to other businesses after having taken out loans they can't repay. A few firms, such as Vietnam's top coffee exporter the Intimex Group, will benefit from the 2013 harvest. Intimex accounts for a quarter of the country's coffee exports and made $1.2 billion in revenue in 2012. Most coffee producers are private and state owned, such as Trung Nguyen Coffee Company Ltd., Hung Phat Company Ltd., Tam Chau Tea and Coffee Company Ltd., Viet Pacific Co. Ltd. known as Vietcoffee, and Vinacafe (Vietnam National Coffee Corporation). Highlands Coffee, a privately owned producer, was the first private company in Vietnam ever registered to an Overseas Vietnamese. A number of international players, such as Nestlé, have been established in Vietnam following economic liberalization in the 1990s.

Contact Us

Address: Trung Nguyen Thailand, 10/7 Trendy Plaza, Soi Sukhumvit 13 Khongtoei-Nue, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Email: sales@trungnguyenthailand.com
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