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BeHouse 2014: Caffè Vergnano

The oldest producer of coffee in Italy

by Redazione
July 21st, 2014

Caffè Vergnano, born in 1882, and for this reason, the oldest producer of coffee in Italy, is an Italian excellence that combines a family management with an international perspective.

From Enrico Vergnano, who owner of a small grocery became the founder of the ancient roasting of Chieri, the history of Caffè Vergnano has always focused on the refinement of the product, seizing new needs and anticipating changes: in fact, they were among the first to believe in the innovative “coffee pod” that allows to offer a better coffee, almost an espresso, limiting the time of preparation.

In 2001 Caffè Vergnano has launche a new project: Caffè Vergnano 1882, the coffee shop created to promote the italian culture of espresso in the world and a strategic focus for prestigious collaborations. Research and innovation make Caffè Vergnano the one and only tradicional italian coffee reinterpreted in a contemporary way.

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