The city of Algiers is famous for its traditional cafeterias, where people gather to socialize, discuss business or simply enjoy a cup of coffee. These cafeterias are significant meeting points and are often places where cultural, political, and literary discussions take place.
In fact, it was also in these cafés that the young Albert Camus, who later became a Nobel Prize winner for literature, was intellectually formed, and whose close relationship with coffee is confirmed in his somewhat provocative statement about the absurdity of human existence:
Should I kill myself, or should I have a cup of coffee?Albert Camus
But coffee in Algiers is not only a beverage and a meeting occasion. It is also an industry. Here, as throughout North Africa and the Middle East, the coffee and roasting industry has been growing steadily for several years, mainly in Morocco and Saudi Arabia.
Djazagro fair in Algiers
The Djazagro fair in Algiers, now in its 20th year, is the most important annual event in all of North Africa for the food production and packaging sector. Once again we will be there to offer our solutions to coffee roasters and the coffee industry.
Like our powerful MAC5, capable of grinding up to 400 kg/h of coffee for Turkish use. Or the MAC3 more strictly dedicated to the production of coffee capsules, both of them of such low weight and footprint that they can be installed directly on packaging machines. Either Angel, the smallest of our grinders, ideal for roasters or small production runs.
And our innovative degassing system, which can provide many benefits and incredible savings on the process of grinding, storing, and packaging your product.
In short, to go back to Camus, there is nothing foolish here, come visit us, and let’s have that cup of coffee and find out how you can improve the quality of your production.
June 5-8 at Djazagro in Algiers, stand CT E115.