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This cup of coffee is permeated with the fragrance of the revitalization of mountain villages

Date: 2022-03-25

Spring is like the sea and the mountains are green

Pu'er City in Yunnan Province is famous for its ancient tea horse road, wild ancient tea trees and Pu'er tea

In recent years, it has become the coffee producing area with the largest planting area and the highest yield in China. The unique flavor of "strong but not bitter, fragrant but not strong, slightly sour" touches the taste buds of the world

Coffee planted in and around dakaihe village, Nanping Town, Simao District, Pu'er City, Yunnan Province (taken on February 23, UAV photo). Photographed by Xinhua News Agency reporter Chen Xinbo

This is a "magic bean" of consolidating and expanding the achievements of poverty alleviation in border ethnic minority areas and continuously promoting rural revitalization

Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Pu'er has made efforts in the whole industrial chain of coffee planting, R & D, processing, sales and storage, and specially set up municipal and county coffee industry management departments

It has also built an international coffee trading platform and industrial service platform to continuously release the coffee price index to the world

Staff work in the warehouse of Yunnan Pu'er Nestle coffee Center (photo taken on February 22). Photographed by Xinhua News Agency reporter Chen Xinbo

With the improvement of the whole industrial chain, small coffee beans will release the momentum of great changes in mountains and towns. In 2021, the per capita income of Pu'er coffee farmers from coffee will reach 4175 yuan

The coffee on the mountain is red and the coffee in the cup is fragrant

Nowadays, "Puer" is not only the exclusive term of Pu'er tea, but also appears more and more frequently in the vision of coffee lovers around the world

This is the coffee tanning ground of an enterprise in Simao District, Pu'er City, Yunnan Province. The staff are turning over and drying coffee (data picture). Shen Jizhong

This strong "coffee fever" is a true portrayal of China's steady and healthy economic development and inclusive and open market under the epidemic

In the future, both coffee and other crops will embrace more opportunities and release more brilliance in the new pattern of China's economic development