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Support the medics with Be Good Coffee

Last updated 4 weeks ago by Michael Darmanin

Be Good Coffee, an Utrecht based coffee company that invests its profits back into the source of the coffee beans, are supporting Dutch medics in their efforts to revive patients affected by the corona virus.

How to support the medics?

To support their venture, simply visit their site and purchase their iNGiNiENTO coffee beans in either the 500 gram or 1 kilo variant. For every purchase, Be Good Coffee will donate €1.7 and/or €3.9 respectively. What a great way to savor a moment with a sensational cup of coffee while supporting the just cause.

About iNGiNiENTO

iNGiNiENTO comes from the Italian word “geniale” that means “ingenious” which is synonymous for this blend’s reputation of delivering a well-balanced and memorable taste. This blend of coffee beans provides specific tastes and aromas that you can experience only in Italy.

iNGiNiENTO comes from the Italian word “geniale” that means “ingenious”. Image copyright: Be Good Coffee

About Be Good Coffee

Be Good Coffee’s mission is to build a community of partners, suppliers and customers that jointly work to improve the access of coffee farmers to hybrid trees, which will help them keep and grow their farms.

Be Good Coffee plan to launch one of their very first coffee shops in the center of Utrecht in further support of their cause.

Visit Be Good Coffee to learn more.

Michael Darmanin
Michael Darmanin
Michael is founder and managing editor of Utrecht Central. He graduated in Communications and Media at the Hogeschool Utrecht in the summer of 2012. He specializes in Web Development, Content Management and Online Marketing. Interested in co-operation? We are open to all kinds of suggestions. Contact us!


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