Food for Thought: The Bitter Truth

Start: 13 Apr 2018 | 14:00 - 15:00
Category: / Venue: Joglo. Festival Hub @Taman Kuliner (Google Maps)
Cost: Free

The specialty coffee sector is booming in Indonesia and beyond, yet most coffee farmers struggle to rise out of poverty. Join these caffeine crusaders as they grind up the reasons behind this bitter inequity, and explore the best strategies to improve the livelihoods of the nation’s estimated two million coffee farmers.

Sektor kopi spesial kini sedang meledak di Indonesia dan negara-negara dunia lainnya, namun petani kopi berjuang untuk keluar dari kemiskinan. Bergabung dengan tiga petualang kafein saat mereka membeberkan ketidakadilan yang pahit, dan menjelajahi strategi terbaik untuk menaikkan taraf hidup sekitar dua juta petani kopi di Indonesia.


Dr. Jeffrey Neilson – Geographer, University of Sydney

Dr. Jeffrey Neilson is a geographer and the Indonesia Country Coordinator for the University of Sydney’s Southeast Asia Centre. With a deep interest in Indonesia’s coffee industry, he’s been researching …

Shaughan Dunne – Five Senses Coffee

Shaughan Dunne has been in the coffee business in one shape or another for the last 20 years. Just as excited about learning how to keep a bunch of people …

Wayan Arca – Arca Coffee

Wayan Arca is a farmer, coffee roaster and proud Balinese. After seeing the world aboard a variety of cruise ships, he knew his heart belonged back on the farm. Wayan …