GOFFSTOWN, NH — A&E Coffee & Tea is excited to host a discussion and coffee tasting with Burundi Friends International on July 13, 2018, at their Goffstown cafe in Apotheca Flowers, at 12:30 p.m. Jeanine Niyonzima-Aroian, founder of Friends of Burundi International and owner of JNP Coffee Importers, will discuss the history of Burundi coffee, and how coffee is making a world of difference for the people of Burundi.
Niyonzima-Aroian has an executive MBA from J.L. Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and B.S degree with a double major in International Business and Marketing from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. For 12 years she worked globally for Valmont Industries and Emerson Electric, in marketing, business development and general management. For six years, she operated her own Consulting and Engineering business in Wireless Telecom and currently promoting Burundi Specialty. Driven by her dream to help her native country, Burundi, Jeanine founded Burundi Friends International (BFI) in 2007 with a group of women at a UCSD retreat.
“We’re excited to share our love of coffee with another passionate partner, and continue the dialogue around coffee, economic development, and community empowerment for all, ” says Emeran Langmaid, owner of A&E Coffee & Tea.
A&E Coffee & Tea is a coffee roastery and loose leaf tea purveyor based in Amherst. Roasting since 2001, they have been supplying cafes, restaurants and businesses with sustainably, quality coffee and tea in a business that supports economic fairness to growers.
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