The National Coffee Association (Anacafe) has started receiving samples of the best beans from Guatemala to participate in the online auction "The Cup of Excellence 2012", to be held July 12, reported Elperiodico.
What does NCA stand for?
NCA stands for National Coffee Association
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- National Certification Authority (various locations)
- National Certification in Agriculture (UK)
- National Chamber of Agriculture
- National Cheerleaders Association
- National Children's Alliance
- National Cleaners Association
- National Climate Assessment (interagency climate assessment)
- National Club Association (Washington, DC)
- National Coal Association
- National Coastal Assessment (US EPA)
- National College of Arts (Pakistan)
- National Command Authorities
- National Commission on Accrediting (various organizations)
- National Committee on Accreditation
- National Communication Association
- National Communications Agency
- National Competition Agency (various locations)
- National Competition Authority (EU)
- National Confectioners Association
- National Conservation Area (US Bureau of Land Management)
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The National Coffee Association (NCA) announced that political commmentators James Carville and Mary Matalin will address the NCA Centennial Convention.
According to 2005 data from the National Coffee Association (NCA), 80 percent of Americans drink coffee occasionally, while 53 percent drink it daily.
According to National Coffee Drinking Trends, a report published by the National Coffee Association of U.
According to the National Coffee Association, more than 108 million Americans, or 51 percent of the country's population over the age of 18, rely on the brewed concoction to jump-start their day.
In the last year or so coffee drinking has been slightly impacted due to economic conditions and unemployment," says Jay Molishever, director of communications for the National Coffee Association.