The Sweet Coffee Italia project finds its origins around 1947.
Domenico, father of the Administrator of the Society, after the war, emigrated to Brazil, in the state of São Paulo, to look for work. Domenico's sister had lived there for many years and, together with her husband, sold fruit and coffee throughout Europe.
Domenico for several years dealt with the coffee sector in their company, thus having the opportunity to know and become passionate about the various qualities of coffee. When he returned to Italy with all the stories about him, he intrigued his son so much that he encouraged him to buy a small roasting company with an adjoining tasting, bringing him closer to the world of coffee.
With the advice of great experts he began to roast and blend various types of coffee of great quality, which came from all over the world: Ethiopia, Brazil, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Jamaica and Indonesia, also discovering Kopy Luwak, the only coffee in the world. Naturally selected.
Over the years Sweet Coffee Italia together with an engineer built the GEMMA Roaster, allowing bars and cafes to roast coffee on sight, this allowed to save in economic terms and improve the quality of the coffee served.
The result obtained in the premises participating in the project was a strong increase in cups sold, doubling the weekly consumption.
Sweetcoffee in the world
Our international success is based on our seriousness, reliability, professionalism, but above all on the quality of our products.
We are building our presence in emerging markets around the world by creating partnerships to understand consumer needs.
We are present in many foreign countries such as: Canada, Australia, Sri-Lanka, South Korea, Germany, Mexico, Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Croatia, Romania, Uganda, Hungary, Russia, Dubai, Malaysia, Indonesia, Slovenia, Japan, Cameroon, Greece, Brazil, South Africa, the Caribbean, China, Iran and many more.
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