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Roaster Aims to Develop Nigeria’s Coffee Crop and Culture

Like many of its cash crops, Nigeria’s coffee sector has been neglected for years in favor of more lucrative commodities like oil. But one of the few commercial coffee roasters in the country plans to change that. The coffee found on the streets and supermarkets of Nigeria is mostly of the instant sort, and almost always imported. But Nasra Ali thinks Nigerians are ready for something different. A daughter of a Kenyan coffee family, she runs Kaldi Africa, which takes beans grown in...

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