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Date: 25 Jan 2007 10:24:22
From:
Subject: Probably just coffee stock spam
I got this as I get SO many unsolicited stock "offerings" but this is
a little more interesting:
Quoted....
Coffee Pacifica to ket Jamaican Coffee
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Pursuant an agreement with the Blue Mountain Coffee Co-Operative
Society Ltd of Jamaica, Coffee Pacifica will be the exclusive
world-wide keter and distributor of the "Penlyne Castle" brand
"Jamaican Blue Mountain" coffee

Las Vegas, Nevada, Coffee Pacifica, Inc. (OTCBB: CFPC) announced today
that pursuant an agreement with the Blue Mountain Coffee Co-Operative
Society Ltd ("BMCC") of Jamaica, Coffee Pacifica will be the exclusive
world-wide keter and distributor of the "Penlyne Castle" brand
"Jamaican Blue Mountain" coffee beans produced by BMCC in Jamaica.

BMCC is a Jamaican incorporated society that has been actively
involved in the production and exportation of the Jamaican coffee
since 1949. BMCC represents approximately 3,000 coffee farmers within
the Blue Mountain coffee region of Jamaica . BMCC was established to
enhance and improve the economic benefits of its members.

"Joining Coffee Pacifica's distribution system allows us to
participate globally on a "Growers Direct" basis to increase
visibility, demand and prices for our world renowned "Jamaica Blue
Mountain" green beans. Coffee Pacifica's "Growers Direct" system will
enhance price paid to our 3,000 co-operative farmers who represent
approximately 30% of the "Jamaica Blue Mountain" green bean annual
production" stated O'Neil Blake, General Manager of BMCC.

Terry Klassen, CEO of Coffee Pacifica, stated "It is our goal to
expand and add coffees from other origins to our current PNG coffee.
Supply of high quality green beans from Jamaica is expected to
increase revenue, cash flow, and earnings for Coffee Pacifica while
maximizing value for the shareholders."

As previously reported in a press release on September 20, 2006,
Coffee Pacifica has elected not to proceed with the acquisition of a
coffee roasting company with approximately 50 retail franchised
locations and a coffee roasting and wholesale operation. Coffee
Pacifica continues to explore economically viable potential
acquisition opportunities to assist in the development of a "Tree to
Cup" vertically integrated coffee company.

About Coffee Pacifica

Coffee Pacifica, Inc. is a distributor and a keter in the United
States, Canada and Europe of the green bean coffee grown in Papua New
Guinea. Green bean coffee in Papua New Guinea is grown by Coffee
Pacifica's shareholder-farmers in the Highland region's rich volcanic
soils between the altitudes of 4,000 and 6,000 feet above sea level.
Papua New Guinea exports approximately 2% of the annual world green
bean production. Papua New Guinea coffee is well regarded by consumers
for its uniqueness, consistency and special flavor characteristics.
Coffee Pacifica's wholly owned subsidiary, Uncommon Grounds Inc.,
established in 1984, is a coffee roasting and wholesale company based
in Berkeley, California. Visit their website at
www.uncommongrounds.net to purchase their PNG roasted coffee beans.

PNG Coffee Growers Federation Ltd. ("PNGCGF") is their strategic
partner and a major shareholder. PNGCGF's shareholders are 179
individual independent coffee grower co-operatives in 11 of the 13
coffee growing provinces in Papua New Guinea. This represents
approximately 120,000 plus individual coffee farmers involved in
producing co-operative coffee. The high quality premium-grade coffee
produced by the co-operatives are pooled and keted by Coffee
Pacifica. In PNG approximately 86% of the exported coffee is annually
produced by the small independent coffee growers.




 
Date: 25 Jan 2007 15:55:33
From: dcrehr
Subject: Re: Probably just coffee stock spam
But I thought SPAM was very popular in Hawaii. ;)

DR



  
Date: 25 Jan 2007 14:34:36
From:
Subject: Re: Probably just coffee stock spam
On 25 Jan 2007 15:55:33 -0800, "dcrehr" <dcrehr@hotmail.com > wrote:

>But I thought SPAM was very popular in Hawaii. ;)
>
>DR

You are right:) but that is left over from WWII when the military had
it as its staple. I was in COSTCO the other day and a lady picked up
a 6 pack of spam. I wanted to mention its un-wholesome goodness, but
didn't. Actually our ancient Hawaiian culture was used to having a
little dried (with salt) fish etc. and they ate it with lots of other
stuff, so the taste was a natural. Even our McD's offers spam as a
breakfast "meat".

aloha,
Cea
beansatsmithfarms.com
roast beans to Kona to reply
Farmers of pure Kona Coffee:)