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Colombia is the second biggest producer of Arabica Coffee beans in the world. 95% of the coffee growers in Colombia are small farmers
70% of the coffee that the world drinks is mixed with Colombian Coffee. This means the 500,000 small farmers in Colombia support a huge part of the coffee world.
Even though Colombian coffee growers contribute so much to the coffee scene, they have been paid with a model that has even prevented them from covering their production cost.
It is our goal to keep supporting their cooperative efforts by buying their product with a model that provides a living monthly income.
This is achieved by buying their fair trade coffee at a higher price. Also, by sharing the final income of the product with them and helping them to keep their community tourism business operating.
Increasing Coffee Growers Income by 3 key strategies!
1. Allied coffee growers are paid a premium price of 30% more on top of the fair trade coffee price
2. Colombian growers on average around $2 per hour. They get a extra $1 for every bag of roasted beans sold
3. Drastically increasing their income by hosting coffee tours on their farms
This model allows them to have a monthly living income during the year for the first time in history
Coffee Women Power
47% of the women in Colombia are below the poverty line. Even though their work is vital for the agricultural business, most of the time these women are not even paid.
In 10 out of 45 families in our alliance a woman is the owner of the farm. These women owners get privilege access to markets, allies, and associations that promote gender equality and promote their empowerment.
Take this invitation to see by your self why they are so proud of their Special Coffee.
Travel to Colombia! and also find out what is your positive impact in their communities visiting the coffee farms.
Support the growers
Travel to Colombia
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