Coffee: Ben Yedder and Cafés Bondin position themselves on future international purchase contracts
The subsidiaries of Amen Group, owned by Nabil Ben Yedder, want to end the state monopoly on coffee.
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▪ Coffee: Ben Yedder and Cafés Bondin position themselves on future international purchase contracts
▪ The subsidiaries of Amen Group, owned by Nabil Ben Yedder, want to end the state monopoly on coffee.
The historical leader of the Tunisian coffee industry is leading the fight against the state’s import and distribution monopolies of green coffee, while the shortage of black gold has been going on for months, and the crucial Ramadan period is approaching.
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