Coffee is a kind of beverahe that comes from the Arabic word qahwah, meaning wine, and not from the town of Kaffa, in Ethiopia (Abyssinia), as many writers have supposed.

Coffee is widely cultivated in tropical countries in plantations for both consumption and export to temperate countries. Coffee ranks as one of the world's major commodity crops and is a major export of some countries.

-see also:
"Coffee" is in the NAICS Code "311920"
(Coffee and Tea ManufacturingInstant coffee manufacturing)


"Coffee" is in the CPC Code "2391"
Coffee and tea

"Coffee" is in the HS Code "8516.71"
- -- Coffee or tea makers

"Coffee" is in the UNSPSC Code "10161502"
Coffee shrubs

Ref: 123352/2006-10-01


Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Coffee table; occasional table (Coffee table refers to a low table used next to ...)
Accent (From coffee table; occasional table (= Beistelltisch))
Cafe au Lait (Cafe au Lait refers to a coffee drink prepared ...)

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