Debunking The Maximum Residues Limits
(A case study on coffee)

We Are Losing in Coffee Business, You Might Want to Know Why

As one of the largest coffee producers, Indonesia exports high-quality coffee worldwide. Even so, that doesn’t mean there aren’t any problems with growing coffee. Global climate change, food security regulation updates, and the need for pesticides to control pests and plant diseases have become the challenges that coffee farmers should be prepared for.

We put together the information you need to know about the world’s coffee issues. Drawn from scientific research, it’s explained in easy-to-understand language with beautiful graphics, making it simple to grasp the challenges at hand and get your coffee crops ready for the coming season. Fill out this form to get this free coffee tip sent to your email.

Here's what we're bringing you :

  1. Past and Projected Global Coffee Consumption
  2. Updated Information on World Coffee Residues and Food Security
  3. European Deal, MRL and Coffee Exprort
  4. Recommended Preparatory Action on Coffee Farm

Invest 15 minutes of your day to learn more about the coffee you drink. Capture the insight for your better sustainable coffee production.

About Pandawa Agri Indonesia

Pandawa Agri Indonesia is the first life-science-based company from Indonesia and is currently the only one that has innovation in the development of pesticide-reducing products (pesticide reductants). Starting from this innovation, Pandawa Agri Indonesia is committed to helping agricultural business actors to realize agricultural practices that are sustainable, environmentally friendly, safe for users, and also cost-efficient.

For more information visit www.pandawaid.com.

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