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Thu, 06 Aug 2020 17:25 - Updated Thu, 06 Aug 2020 17:25

Singer Anselmo Ralph promotes Angolan coffee abroad

Luanda - The Angonabeiro company and the Angolan musician Anselmo Ralph signed on Wednesday a one-year contract with the aim to promote the Angolan coffee brands around the world.

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With this step, the artist becomes the ambassador of the coffee in Angola and the face of a campaign that aims to make society aware of the benefits of the coffee for health.

According to the general manager of Angonabeiro, Miguel Carvalho, the association is based on a relationship of trust at a time when the company is already exporting coffee to Europe.

"We want to make coffee the new fashion in Angola, but we aim for more than local recognition. We want it to be fashionable inside and outside the country," Carvalho said.

Anselmo Ralph, in his turn, said that contributing to strengthen the image of Angola and the country’s coffee is a unique opportunity that carries great responsibility.

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