The Philippine Coffee Board Inc. (PCBI) is a private sector-led group established in May 2002 as the National Coffee Development Board. The goal of the PCBI is to develop and promote the Philippine coffee industry through technical assistance and credit programs for coffee farms; and through marketing and promotions of coffee for domestic and export markets.

Research/training, certification and credit programs are carried out in partnership with Cavite State University (CavSU), Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Agriculture, and other regional offices of national government agencies.

Aside from rehabilitation, certification, and credit programs, the PCBI also conducts a marketing and promotional program for Philippine coffee called Kape Isla. Kape Isla is intended for the use of the industry as a Philippine coffee quality seal.

The PCBI conducts several events a year, including coffee farming courses, coffee shop seminars, trade shows, farm tours, and its annual Coffee Origins festival held every October.

The PCBI is composed of members from the growers, millers, roasters, retailers, local governments, and agriculture credit sectors.