500 cafés in Spain take part in a campaign against child malnutrition

Some 500 bars and cafés in Spain are donating 10 cents per coffee sold to raise funds to fight child malnutrition in Operación Café, a campaign that started on 15 March and will run until 30 April. The initiative is being run by Spanish non-government-organisation Acción Contra el Hambre and the Spanish Hospitality Federation (FEHR), and is being sponsored by Caffè Mocay. This year's campaign is looking to serve 180,000 cups of coffee under its banner. Staff from Quality Espresso joined in a demonstration of latte art in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid to launch the campaign. During the presentation, Rubén Sanz, coordinator of Quality Espresso’s Training Department, demonstrated latte art with beverages prepared on a Gaggia Nera espresso machine with Caffè Mocay branding, together with a Q10 Series espresso grinder. “We are pleased to again participate in a campaign that fights for a fair cause such as child malnutrition and also to see how the initiative grows with every passing year,” said Miguel Angel Llavería, Commercial Director of Quality Espresso, in a statement. Quality Espresso is the owner of the brands Futurmat, Italcrem, Mairali, Visacrem, and also shares through an allocation of countries the rights to the Gaggia brand with Gaggia SpA. It is the largest manufacturer of professional espresso equipment in Spain and one of the leaders worldwide. 

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