The last few weeks. Since my friends and I founded a company called PT Gula Merah Internasional, this company is engaged with the aim of introducing the potential of Indonesian agriculture and plantations, especially brown sugar and coffee, to local and international markets.
I gather almost all the time with researchers from the University of Lampung, Faculty of Agriculture. Here we discuss a lot about the potential of agriculture and plantations, of course related to brown sugar and coffee. One of the things that caught my attention in our discussion was related to the potential for coffee to be a drink that reduces risk levels for diabetics. This is interesting to note, although in some studies this is still debatable. As in the article entitled “Effects of Caffeine and Coffee on Diabetes, Insulin Resistance Syndrome & Hypoglycemia” Meri Rafetto, RD, Theresa Grumet, RD, and Gerri French, RD, MS, CDE in 2004. There is still much debate regarding the benefits of coffee for sufferers. diabetes.
something interesting is that the coffee we discuss is related to organic coffee. This coffee, from the process of planting to become coffee beans, is ready to be processed using an organic mechanism. This potential is still wide open to be developed in local and world markets as a complementary drink solution for diabetics. if there are investors who are interested in developing this together we and the team are ready to work together.