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Peru Organic Fair Trade Coffee 1kg

Fair trade coffee eliminates middlemen, allowing consumers of green coffee to work directly with coffee farmers. This assures that the beans are of the highest quality and that farmers receive a sustainable income.

lavazza espresso italiano arabica medium roast coffee beans 1kg 12757 Tea CircleThe global market for coffee is a volatile one and farmers struggle to make enough money. Fair trade offers stability for farmers by offering the Fairtrade Minimum Price plus an additional price incentive for organically grown coffee.

Peru Organic

This Peru Organic coffee beans 1kg has a sweet taste with a pleasant acidity. It is a bit orange-y and cocoa, and a cinnamon-like finish. This fair trade certified coffee has been procured from a sustainable and eco conscious producer.

Coffee production in Peru is dominated by small farms that cover a couple of hectares or less. Farmers typically form cooperatives to share the costs of equipment and access to markets for their products. Additionally, there is a growing number of farmers who have decided to grow organically to improve the quality of their crops as well as reduce the use of pesticides on their property.

Cenfrocafe is a farm located in the provinces of Jaen and San Ignacio, in northwestern Peru, near the border with Ecuador. The coop consists of 2400 farmers who grow coffee on small plots that range between 1300 and 2000 meters (4300 to 6500 feet) at the highest elevations of the region. The farmers are meticulous in ensuring that the harvest is picked at the right moment, in order to get the most out of the beans.

Our Peru organic coffee is washed and sun dried which results in a deep, unique taste. The high altitude of this region produces a rich medium-bodied coffee that has moderate citric acidity.

Women in Peru cultivate this coffee as part of a broader movement known as Cafe Femenino, which is changing the role women play in rural coffee communities. Women are the only ones who grow, process and trade the coffee, allowing them to make use of the funds they receive from the sale of the product to improve their family’s wellbeing. In addition, a part of every dollar spent on this coffee is given to the women who grew it it. This helps them expand their business, provide health and education for their children, as well as support their families. This is a truly remarkable coffee that has been grown using methods handed through generations.

Peru Arabica

Peru is a country with plenty of top-quality coffee. The thin air and the high altitudes create a perfect environment for producing the crop. The country is the ninth largest producer of coffee accounting for 2% of global production. It is also a major producer of organic and Fair Trade Coffee.

Originally originally from Ethiopia, the crop was introduced to Peru by the Spanish after the 16th century. Peru has been a major participant in the international coffee industry since. It is now among the top five producers of Arabica.

Small farming families have formed cooperatives throughout the country. This has enabled them to gain access to fair trade prices and to market their beans directly. Small farms are also encouraged to use eco-friendly methods to reduce the environmental impact of their coffee production.

Volcafe’s cluster program has helped to stabilize the supply chain for roasters by providing detailed traceability from field to FOB contract. This allows roasters to see the full picture 1kg of coffee beans their purchases and make informed choices every day. This method is a major factor in the success of Volcafe’s collaboration with farmers in Peru.

In the past, many farmers have been urged to plant coffee as a replacement for coca crops. The government is constantly searching for ways to replace illegal crops with coffee, which will increase profits for the coffee industry. While the move is positive however, it could pose an issue for the local population as well.

Therefore it is essential to provide farmers with the financial assistance to ensure their livelihoods and ensure that their family’s health and wellbeing are not affected. It is also essential to encourage the creation of new products that can increase productivity and improve the quality of the coffee.

Fair trade Peru HB grade 1 is a specialty coffee grown in Cajamarca which is a northern region. This single-origin, medium-roasted coffee is a perfect example for the unique flavour of the region. It has an aroma of citrus, with hints reminiscent of nutmeg and cinnamon, and a silky medium body.

Colombian

The emerald lands of Colombia is a place with stunning rainforests, massive mountains, and a superb coffee. The country produces more arabica beans washed than any other country in the world and is proficient in producing a wide variety of truly delicious, sought-after coffees that are usually unique. Colombian coffees are renowned for their mellow yet rich and full-bodied taste and their pleasant acidic taste, which is always perfectly balanced and has an underlying sweetness that never tastes cloying or overpowering.

Colombian coffee is traditionally grown between 1,200 and 2,000 metres above the sea level. This is where the top quality Colombian beans are harvested and where the coffee grows its most optimal. The finest quality Colombian beans are generally referred to as Supremo. This refers to the size of the bean (screen sizes 17 and 18).

After harvest, the cherries are carefully picked by hand, making sure only fully ripe and healthy beans are able to make it through the rest of the process. At this point the ripe cherries are separated from the beans, which are washed and dried in the sun. The coffee beans that have been washed are then sorted and graded by quality control teams according to size as well as colour and density. This assures that only consistent, high-quality coffee reaches the shelves of supermarkets across the world.

Farmers and workers also get the Fairtrade Premium which is an additional sum of money in addition to the sale price. They can then invest in their own business or community projects. Fair Trade helps small-scale farmers organize themselves into small producer groups and cooperatives to gain access to larger markets.

This premium is invested directly into the communities in which coffee is grown. It helps to create a more sustainable development model, and also helps to protect the environment. It also ensures that working conditions are safe, work hours are controlled and there is freedom of association. There is also no tolerance for child labour and slavery. The money paid by the farmers helps them to protect their families and to invest in their future. It also helps them preserve their traditional ways of life and produce coffee that is both delicious and true to its origins.

Indonesian

With its equatorial climate and the soaring mountains, Indonesia is one of the world’s biggest coffee producers. Indonesian beans are sought-after for blends and single origin coffees due to their distinct flavours. These robust, rich coffees have a lengthy, spicy finish and a silky texture. They work well with darker roasts.

The women-led Ketiara co-op located in the Gayo Highlands in Sumatra is known for its strong earthy body, with a flavorful undertone of cedar and cocoa. The coffee is certified organic and fair trade, and supports a sustainable future for the farmers and their communities. The Ketiara co-op also contributes to the conservation of the area around Leuser National Park by using shade-grown agriculture to help protect the ecosystem.

In a region that’s famous for its volcanic soil, it should come as no surprise that the fertile soil is ideal for the cultivation of coffee. This rich natural resource however, is being threatened by foreign coffee growers who have taken over the coffee industry. Many local farmers are forced to leave their farms due to being not able to compete with these large corporations’ prices.

In the absence of direct trade, on average $0.15 of every $3 cup of coffee goes to the farmer. This system needs to be altered and that’s why fair trade is so crucial. By establishing direct trading relations farmers can generate income security and prevent radical changes in market demand from one season to the next.

Our organic and natural Sulawesi fair trade beans are carefully selected from farmers that follow the tenets of traditional Hindu farming system known as “Sabuk Abian.” The farms are situated in the Kintamani highland region, which lies between the Batukaru and Agung volcanoes, which supply the fields with fresh volcanic ash that keeps the soil fertile. The organic and Fair Trade coffee is smooth, full-bodied and spicy with a long finish. This is a dark roast that can be enjoyed on its own or as a component of a rich blend.

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