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Peru Organic Fair Trade Coffee 1kgFair trade coffee removes the middlemen, allowing consumers of green coffee to directly work with coffee farmers. This ensures top-quality coffee beans and a long-term income for farmers.The market for coffee is volatile, and farmers struggle to make enough money. Fair trade gives farmers stability through the Fairtrade minimum price, and an additional incentive for organically-grown coffee.Peru OrganicThis Peru Organic coffee has a sweet taste with a pleasant acidity. It is a bit orange-y and cocoa, with a cinnamon finish. This fair trade coffee is sourced by a producer who is eco-friendly and sustainable.The production of coffee in Peru is mostly dominated by small farms that cover just a few hectares or less, and farmers usually form cooperatives to share the costs of equipment and gain access to markets for their products. Additionally, there is many farmers who have opted to grow organically in order to increase the quality of their crops and to reduce the use of pesticides on their property.The farm that this coffee comes from, Cenfrocafe, is located in the provinces of Jaen and San Ignacio in north western Peru near the border with Ecuador. The coop is comprised of 2400 farmers who grow coffee on small plots ranging from 1300 to 2000 m (4300 to 6500 feet) at the highest elevations in the region. Farmers take very careful care to ensure that the harvest is picked at the right time to maximize the value of the beans.Our Peru organic coffee is fully washed and sun dried which results in an intense, distinctive taste. The high altitude of farms in this region produce a complex coffee with moderate body, mild citric acidity and a smooth finish.Women in Peru grow this coffee as part of a movement known as Cafe Femenino, which is changing the role of women in rural coffee communities. Women are the only ones to cultivate, process and sell the coffee, which allows them to make use of the money they earn from the sale of the product to improve their family's and their own health and well-being. Additionally, a percentage of the money spent on this coffee is donated to the women who produced the product. This allows them to expand their business, provide education and healthcare to their children, and provide for their families. This is a truly remarkable coffee that has been grown since 1700 using techniques that have been passed down by word of mouth for generations.Peru ArabicaPeru has a wealth of high-quality coffee. Its thin air and soaring altitudes create a perfect location for growing the crop. The country is the ninth-largest producer of coffee in the world, with an average of 2%. It is also among the top producers of organic and Fair Trade coffee.Originally originated in Ethiopia, the coffee plant was introduced to Peru by the Spanish in the 16th century. Since since then, Peru has been a major player on the international coffee market. It is one of the five largest producers of Arabica.nescafe coffee 1kg is home to small farm families that have mostly banded together into cooperatives. This has allowed them to benefit from fair trade prices and sell their beans directly. Small farms are also aided by the use of ecological methods to reduce the environmental impact on their coffee production.Volcafe's cluster program has helped stabilize the supply chain for roasters while providing detailed traceability from field to FOB contract. This gives roasters the opportunity to make informed choices and see their entire purchase history. This approach has been a key factor in the success of Volcafe's collaboration with farmers in Peru.In the past, a lot of farmers were encouraged to cultivate coffee as a replacement for coca crops. The government is always looking for ways to replace illicit crops with coffee, which will increase profits for the coffee industry. While the change is positive however, it could pose an obstacle for the local population, too.It is therefore crucial to provide enough financial assistance to farmers in order to maintain their livelihoods, and to ensure that the health and welfare of their families is not compromised. Additionally, it is essential to encourage the development of new products that can boost productivity and improve the quality of coffee.The fair trade Peru HB MCM grade 1 is a unique coffee that is grown in the northern region of Cajamarca. This medium-roasted, single-origin coffee is a classic example of the distinctive flavor characteristic of this region. It has an aroma of citrus, with hints reminiscent of nutmeg and cinnamon along with a smooth medium body.ColombianThe emerald nation of Colombia is home to stunning forests, huge mountains, and exquisite coffee. The country produces more arabica beans washed than any other in the world and is proficient in producing a wide variety of truly delicious, sought-after and delicious coffees that are often distinctive. Colombian coffees have a smooth, yet full-bodied flavor and an incredibly acidic taste. They are also renowned for their sweetness and pleasantly acidic taste.Traditionally, Colombian coffee has been grown at elevations of between 1,200 and 2200 meters above sea level. Here, the best Colombian coffee beans are grown and harvested. The best quality Colombian beans are typically referred to as Supremo. This refers to the bean size (screen sizes 17 or 18).After the harvest, the coffee cherries are carefully selected by hand, ensuring only healthy and fully ripe beans make it through the rest of the process. At this point, the ripe fruit is separated from the beans, which are dried and washed 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, high-quality coffee is able to make it onto supermarket shelves worldwide.Farmers and workers also get an Fairtrade Premium that is an additional sum of money in addition to the purchase price. They can then invest in their own community or business projects. Fair Trade helps small-scale farmers form small producer groups and cooperatives to gain access to larger markets.The money is put into the communities that grow coffee. It helps to create a more sustainable development model, and also helps to protect the environment. It also ensures safe working conditions, regulated work hours and freedom of association, as well as zero tolerance for slavery and child labor. The money earned by farmers helps them safeguard their families and invest in their future. It also allows them to keep their traditions of their past and produce coffee that is both delicious and authentic.IndonesianIndonesia is a major coffee producer around the world, due to its equatorial climate. The diverse growing conditions and traditional wet hulling techniques create distinct flavour notes that make Indonesian beans extremely desirable for blends and single origin coffees alike. These rich heavy-bodied, heavy-bodied coffees come with a long, spicy finish and a silky texture which is perfect with darker roasts.The women led Ketiara co-op of the Gayo Highlands in Sumatra is known for its strong earthy body with delicious undertones of cocoa and cedar. The coffee is fair trade and organic certified, and can help create a sustainable future farmers and their communities. The Ketiara co-op also supports the preservation of the surrounding Leuser National Park by using shade-grown farming as a way to protect the ecosystem.It's not surprising that in a region known for its volcanic soil the fertile soil is ideal for the cultivation of coffee. However, this rich natural resource is under threat due to the influx of foreign coffee growers that have come to dominate the market. Many local farmers are not able to compete with the costs of these big corporations and have been pushed off their land.In the absence of direct trade, in the average $0.15 of every $3 cup of coffee is paid to the farmer. Fair trade is important since this system needs to be changed. By establishing direct trading relations, farmers can achieve income security that will eliminate drastic changes in market demand from season to season.Our organic Sulawesi fair-trade beans are hand-picked by farmers who adhere to the traditional principles of Hindu agriculture, also known as "Sabuk Abian." These farms are located in the Kintamani region between the Batukaru volcano and Agung volcanic cones that provide the fields with fresh volcanic dust which keeps the soil fertile. This organic and fair trade coffee is rich and creamy and bodied, with a lingering spicy finish. This dark roast is delicious as is or as part of a rich mixture.
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