Selecta UK announce presence at 2019 European Coffee Expo

24 April 2019 by
Selecta UK announce presence at 2019 European Coffee Expo

Coffee services company Selecta UK, a specialist in self-serve coffee machines and convenience food, has confirmed their exhibition space at the 2019 European Coffee, Tea & Soft Drinks Expo to showcase its Pelican Rouge coffee.

Based on a tradition of coffee craftsmanship at its roastery in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, since 1863, Selecta will bring two new Pelican Rouge collections to the show: the premium, 100% Arabica Heritage blends, developed for a more refined taste; and the Natural blends which are organic, carbon neutral and Fairtrade certified.

Emily Stoten, marketing director for Selecta UK, said: "With our long heritage as roasters and producers of high-quality yet affordable coffee, coming to the Expo for the first time offers us the opportunity to reach and influence more coffee buyers from across our markets.

"As a team, we have a passion for coffee and a commitment to innovative thinking and at the show (taking place at London's Olympia on the 21-22 May) we will be focused on inspiring and adding value to our customers' coffee journeys."

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