We are an origin trading company. Connecting origin to the world through lasting relationships with both growers and buyers.

We believe in long term relation­ships

From Peru to San Francisco, from Guatemala to Baltimore. Connecting growers with buyers, and ultimately with coffee lovers. A work done with pride and commitment for over three decades. And this is only the beginning.

Our story goes back to our roots as coffee producers. All these years of experience are credentials for our understanding of where real coffee comes from, and more importantly, the people behind it.

Traders since 1994

From Peru to San Francisco, from Guatemala to Baltimore. Connecting growers with buyers, and ultimately with coffee lovers. A work done with pride and commitment for over three decades. And this is only the beginning.

Growers since 1927

Our story goes back to our roots as coffee producers. All these years of experience are credentials for our understanding of where real coffee comes from, and more importantly, the people behind it.

What we do?

  • Sourcing
  • Quality Control
  • Logistics
  • Hedging
  • Financing
  • Marketing
  • Sustainability

Sources

Sources

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Producers / 350K+Coffee Regions / 7Harvest Season / May – AugAltitudes / 2,000 – 4,500 ft.
Producers / 500K+Coffee Regions / 18Harvest Season / Mar – Jun & Sep – DecAltitudes / 2,950 – 7,500 ft.
Producers / 43K+Coffee Regions / 8Harvest Season / Nov – MarAltitudes / 1,900 – 6,560 ft.
Producers / 43K+Coffee Regions / 8Harvest Season / Nov – MarAltitudes / 1,900 – 6,560 ft.
Producers / 125K+Coffee Regions / 8Harvest Season / Nov – MarAltitudes / 3,280 – 6,560 ft.
Producers / 1K+Coffee Regions / 4Harvest Season / Nov – MarAltitudes / 600 – 2,500 ft.
Producers / 100K+Coffee Regions / 6Harvest Season / Nov – MarAltitudes / 3,280 – 4,920 ft.
Producers / 500K+Coffee Regions / 11Harvest Season / Nov – MarAltitudes / 1,900 – 4,000 ft.
Producers / NACoffee Regions / 3Harvest Season / Nov – MarAltitudes / 1,900 – 4,000 ft.
Producers / NACoffee Regions / 3Harvest Season / Nov – MarAltitudes / 1,900 – 4,000 ft.
Producers / 150K+Coffee Regions / 9Harvest Season / Jun – SepAltitudes / 3,280 – 5,900 ft.

Warehouses

Warehouses

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–Dupuy Warehouse–Cadeco Industries Inc.
–Dupuy Silo Warehouse
–Berkshire New Hope Warehouse
–All Jays Warehouse–Continental Terminals –RPM Warehouse
–East Bay Logistics–The Annex Warehouse
–Costa Oro International
–The Green Room
–Continental Terminals
–Pacorini Warehouse–Continental Terminals

Not a feature. Not an extra. It guides everything we do to ensure quality and productivity. People and the environment come first. It’s the right thing to do.

Sustaina­bility

Our Principles

  1. Transparent and measurable
  2. Programs based on real needs
  3. Impact verification

Our Impact Areas

Community

Coffee is always connected to farmers and their families. We promote and facilitate community livelihood, good labor practices for workers and intergenerational succession to ensure long term coffee production.

Environment

Coffee depends on Mother Nature. Our programs work towards building community and landscape resilience against "off farm" risk factors. We care about climate change, deforestation and the right use of natural resources.

Productivity

Greater productivity of high quality coffees directly impacts farmer revenues. Consistent farm management leads to income stability which translates into better coffee and a happier community.

Our Programs

Programs

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Risaralda Coffee New Generation
Barism lessons, coffee tasting classes and coffee tours are being organized for three local schools in the Risaralda region.
Tolima Women Producers
Empowering coffee producing women in the post-armed conflict zone of Tolima through support in quality, productivity, good environmental practices and social care.
Florencia Water & Sanitation
Construction of sewage water treatment plants to improve the living conditions of the producers.
Santuario Productivity
Technical assistance, training and support in order to help producers raise productivity and improve production costs.
La Hilda Day-Care Center
A place to care, feed and educate.
 Open for the children of the workers that come during harvest season.
Trojas School
Building new facilities and providing furniture to each class.
La Hilda Mobile Medical Clinic
La Hilda Estate is giving health attention to 250 workers through a medical mobile clinic, including general check-ups and lipid profile tests.
Q Grader Course
Providing training for the cupper of the cooperative and funding the Q Grader exam.
Doka Estate Day-Care Center
A place to care, feed and educate.
 Open for the children of the workers that come during harvest season.
Flor Amarilla School
Building a fence, implementing a school garden and providing the space for the computer lab is making school enrollment numbers go up.
Las Escaleras School
Nicaraguan rural communities now have an exclusive online course classroom in an attempt to reduce educational gaps.
Moyobamba Schools
Primero de Mayo and Agua Azul communites are being benefited with the renewal for their local school infrastructure.
  • Costa RicaPaseo Colón, Calle 40Altos del Central Pub, San JoséPhone USA: 1 800 473-3624Phone: + 506 2256 2122Email: info@coffee.cr

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