Nuova Simonelli establishes coffee research hub

Nuova Simonelli and the University of Camerino have joined forces to establish the International Hub for Coffee Research and Innovation. “The University of Camerino is one of the oldest universities in the world, founded in 1336, and is now one of the most accredited universities with international scientific collaborations in chemistry, physics, biotechnology, food science,” according to a statement from Nuova Simonelli. “[The] Simonelli Group has been in the professional coffee machine sector for 80 years and, by paying particular attention to the entire production chain, is now present in 120 countries around the world with its two brands, Nuova Simonelli and Victoria Arduino.” The hub has been established with the aim of supporting the increasing professionalism of the coffee industry and improving coffee quality. “Researchers working in the Hub can carry out their activities in an integrated way, including university laboratories and the design and production facilities, but always in an international context, that is of the International Hub for Coffee Research and Innovation, a point of excellence in knowledge and coffee know-how,” the company statement said. “Under the coordination of a specifically formed scientific committee, the centre, alongside its main research is also providing training for the entire supply chain of operators and outreach activities in the relevant international forums.”

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