The ‘India Coffee House’ was started by the COFFEE BOARD in early 1940s, during the British rule. In the mid 1950's the Board closed down several Coffee Houses in different cities throughout India. At that time the Board had decided to dismiss the employees. A large number of employees lost their jobs. That was a turning point, the well known great communist leader com. A.K.G (Ayillyath Kuttiari Gopalan Nambiar) took over the leadership of the said employees and organized Societies all over India in various states. This is the “INDIA COFFEE BOARD WORKER'S CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY”.
The Indian coffee house is completely owned and managed by its employees. The society is governed by an eleven member managing committee elected from the employees. Since the 50's, Keralites have been enjoying this unblended rich coffee and food served by amiable waiters clad in stiffly - starched uniform in a unique classical ambience. Over the years, the society has stuck to the traditional values of good taste, courteous service and unmatched quality. These values were and still are what makes Indian Coffee House the biggest restaurant chain in Kerala. The society now has a chain with over 51 outlets and associate canteens operating in all major towns from Thrissur to Thiruvananthapuram. The Indian coffee house also has branches near all important govt. establishments Secretariat, Legislative assembly, MLA-Hostel, Medical colleges, and Universities.
The society also sells pure coffee powder known for its rich aroma and strong flavor at reasonable prices to the public. The society proudly upholds the traditions of our pioneers that have earned us the love and loyalty of hundreds of customers. The society has received appreciation and support from Government and public which is gratefully remembered.
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