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WHO ARE WE ?
Siège de L'ACRAM ROBUSTA

ACRAM is an international non-profit association bringing together private and public operators interested in the Robusta coffee sector in Africa and Madagascar.

It was following the liquidation of the African and Malagasy Coffee Organization (OAMCAF) in 2007, that the idea of creating a new structure was born able to revitalize the Robusta coffee sector in Africa.

The Robusta Coffee Agency of Africa and Madagascar (ACRAM) was launched on 20 November 2007 in Yaoundé, on the sidelines of the 1st African Coffee Forum and the 47th Annual General Meeting of the Inter-African Coffee Organization (IACO).

Siège de L'ACRAM ROBUSTA

ACRAM is an international non-profit association bringing together private and public operators interested in the Robusta coffee sector in Africa and Madagascar.

It was following the liquidation of the African and Malagasy Coffee Organization (OAMCAF) in 2007, that the idea of creating a new structure was born able to revitalize the Robusta coffee sector in Africa.

The Robusta Coffee Agency of Africa and Madagascar (ACRAM) was launched on 20 November 2007 in Yaoundé, on the sidelines of the 1st African Coffee Forum and the 47th Annual General Meeting of the Inter-African Coffee Organization (IACO).

Siège de L'ACRAM ROBUSTA

ACRAM is an international non-profit association bringing together private and public operators interested in the Robusta coffee sector in Africa and Madagascar.

It was following the liquidation of the African and Malagasy Coffee Organization (OAMCAF) in 2007, that the idea of creating a new structure was born able to revitalize the Robusta coffee sector in Africa.

The Robusta Coffee Agency of Africa and Madagascar (ACRAM) was launched on 20 November 2007 in Yaoundé, on the sidelines of the 1st African Coffee Forum and the 47th Annual General Meeting of the Inter-African Coffee Organization (IACO).

SOME GOOD REASONS FOR COFFEE CONSUMPTION

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A stimulating effect

Coffee's reputation is built on its stimulating and exciting action. Indeed, caffeine makes vigilance last longer and strengthens resistance to fatigue. A few cups of coffee repel the feeling of weariness during intellectual work, or during repetitive tasks.

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Good for headache

The antimigraine action of coffee is notorious. Cerebral vasoconstrictor, it very quickly decreases the duration and intensity of migraine. Caffeine potentiates the effects of paracetamol, aspirin or ergot rye when combined, resulting in a more powerful analgesic effect.

Helping for losing weight

Caffeine is a substance that consumes energy. Under its control, all basic functions such as breathing, intellectual activity, posture, etc. increase their energy expenditure by 16%. Caffeine is currently found in the composition of many anti-cellulite creams for its draining and firming effect. In addition, coffee is a low-calorie drink as long as you do not add sugar, of course.

Good for digestion

It is recommended to drink Coffee after the meal. Caffeine acts on the secretion of saliva from digestive enzymes. Intestinal transit is thus facilitated. Be careful, however, for those who suffer from diseases of the stomach and esophagus, because it is not recommended to them.

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