Brazil's Coffee Industry Association (Abic) is looking for 50 roasters to launch a pilot "Adopt-a-School" program, feeding breakfast to 1 million Brazilian school children aged six to 18.
The plan matches a roaster with a school of at least 500 students, providing the kids with a free breakfast of coffee, milk and bread; the estimated cost per school is 33,500 reais (US$15,000).
In Brazilian coffee-growing regions, children traditionally drink coffee from an early age.
Now *I'm* wondering if I can get Tim Horton's to adopt me :)
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