Association for the Science and Information on Coffee
Association pour la science et l'information sur le café (ASIC)
1965-05-07 Paris France
Founded following International Colloquia on the Chemistry of Coffee, 1963 and 1965, Paris, organized by the Institut français du café et du cacao (IFCC). Statutes adopted 1966. Up to 1981, membership was limited to individuals. Since 2 Apr 1981, interested groups may also join the association.
Compile an inventory of scientific, technical and applied knowledge likely to lead to better use of coffee and its derivatives and improve its quality, in the joint interests of producers, dealers, industrialists and consumers.
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