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  • coffee farms in valley

    Burundi Turihamwe

    Turihamwe means “together” in Kirundi and is the name of Burundi’s first washing station built and owned exclusively by women farmers. With support of the International Women’s Coffee Alliance and importer, JNP Coffee, the...

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  • Sorting ripe coffee cherries on a drying bed.

    Burundi Ngozi Highlands

    The northern region of Ngozi province has been one of the major successes of the Burundian specialty coffee industry over the last decade. In spite of, or perhaps because of, their remoteness from any major city, the coffee growers in Ngozi are known for...

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  • Coffee trees in mist

    Peru Andean Highlands (Fairtrade)

    Coffee farmers across the northern corridor of the Peruvian Andes have a nickname for their region: “ceja de selva”, or jungle eyebrows, referring to their relative position at the top of the Amazon. This dark roast blend represents...

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  • María Perez, a staff member from Sol y Café, in a coffee field.

    Peru Sol y Café (Fairtrade Organic)

    In the northern highlands of Peru lies Jaén, a small coffee town in the Cajamarca region. While its footprint may be modest, its contribution to coffee production is as mountainous as the Andean ridge in which it rests...

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  • A closeup of green coffee cherries.

    Brazil Cerrado Highlands (Fairtrade)

    If you’re a coffee person you might be thinking, “Brazil Highlands is an oxymoron.” Well, we say whereas altitude may be absolute, Highlands are relative. In Brazil, a relatively uniform topography compared to...

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  • A hill in the Brazil Cerrado region.

    Brazil Coopfam (Fairtrade)

    Located in Poço Fundo, South Minas, Coopfam was founded over 30 years ago as an association of family farmers and in 1998 became the first Fairtrade certified coffee cooperative in the country. Today they pride themselves on...

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  • Pedro Sagastume

    Honduras Familia Sagastume (Fairtrade Organic)

    The Sagastume family lives in the small community of El Sauce along the northeastern base of the Santa Bárbara Mountain. Seven family farms are owned and managed by second generation grower, Pedro, and his adult children Heyvis, Yeltsin, Yerin and...

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