Coffea arabica

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Noun1.Coffea arabica - shrubby tree of northeastern tropical Africa widely cultivated in tropical or near tropical regions for its seed which form most of the commercial coffeeCoffea arabica - shrubby tree of northeastern tropical Africa widely cultivated in tropical or near tropical regions for its seed which form most of the commercial coffee
coffee tree, coffee - any of several small trees and shrubs native to the tropical Old World yielding coffee beans
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they do not constitute in any case a commitment on the part of sncf: - ground coffee 100% arabica: 46 000 kg / year, - ground coffee 100% arabica fair and / or organic: approximately 50 000 kg / year, - ground coffee arabica / robusta blend: approximately 29 000 kg / year, - decaffeinated ground coffee: approximately 700 kg / year, - freeze-dried soluble coffee (100% arabica): about 1,800 kg / year, - chocolate drink: package (12 000 kg / year) and sticks (13 000 kg / year) approximately, - tea: 357 000 sachets / year, - coffee makers with pods (about 1,200 pieces / year) and pods (about 3,700,000 pods / year), - syrups: 6 flavors (grenadine, mint, strawberry, orange, lemon and peach): approximately 142 000 l / year, - mineral water: 0.
42 MT Coffee Arabica was produced in the region for 2016; a slight decrease of 3.
5-Indian (Madras) filter coffee: A common brew in the south of India, Indian filter coffee is made with rough ground, dark-roasted coffee Arabica or Peaberry beans.