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734 Coffee


734 is more than a number. It is a place of refuge. 7N 34E are the geographical coordinates for Gambela a region in Ethiopia where over 200000 displaced South Sudanese citizens now live after fleeing war atrocities drought and famine in South Sudan.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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Acopio


United States

Acopio provides information management for the coffee value chain. They specialize in data collection data management and data sharing for coffee producers financiers and buyers.

Information, communication & technology

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C.A.C. Chirinos


Peru

C.A.C. Chirinos coffee cooperative provides top notch services to its members in the Cajamarca region of Peru and premium coffee to specialty buyers in the United States and Europe. Confronted with challenges like climate change and market volatility C.A.C. Chirinos has taken many proactive measures to ensure the continued resilience productivity and profitability of its 600 members.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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CECOCAFEN


CECOCAFEN the Central Association of Northern Coffee Cooperatives was founded in 1997 with initial investments from their 500 producer members and financing support from international lending organizations in order to export their first containers. Today CECOCAFEN represents some 2600 farmer families in twelve community based cooperatives with more than 100 container loads of coffee exports per year.

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Cissé


United States of America

Cisse (pronounced see say ) is about creating connections through discovery. Because when they're connected award winning recipes and socially responsible business values they discovered that Cisse can do two great things satisfy your senses and your sensibility.

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Coffeelands World Gifts Espresso Cafe


United States of America

This unique social enterprise is a project of the Polus Center and The Coffeelands Trust which work to enhance the lives of people in the coffee regions who have been impacted by conflict or war. All proceeds from sales at the World Gift Cafe support the non profit work of the Polus Center a Massachusetts based NGO that has supported people with disabilities since 1979 and has been a leader in victim assistance for landmine survivors and their families and other vulnerable people around the world since 1998.

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COOPCAB


Haiti

COOPCAB a Fair Trade coffee cooperative is located in the mountainous village of Thiotte in southeast Haiti an area of extreme poverty. In a country where less than 1.5 percent of the land is forested COOPCAB operates in one of Haiti s few remaining tracts of rainforest. Through its reforestation program and purchase of fairly priced specialty coffee COOPCAB provides a powerful link between environmental conservation and economic benefit for its 5000 producer members.

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Cooperativa Multisectorial Productores de Café Organico de Matagalpa (COOMPROCOM)


Nicaragua

Founded in 2002 Cooperativa Multisectorial Productores de Cafe Organico de Matagalpa (COOMPROCOM) has witnessed tremendous growth in recent years exceeding even its own growth and export projections. In Nicaragua where an estimated 95% of coffee farmers are small scale producers COOMPROCOM has helped its 250 members in the northern part of the country secure premium prices for their high quality coffee.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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Gumutindo


Uganda

Gumutindo which translates to excellent coffee in the local Lugisu language is a second level Ugandan coffee cooperative founded in 2003. Located on the slopes of Mount Elgon in Eastern Uganda it markets the coffee of six smaller primary cooperatives directly to Fair Trade and organic buyers in Europe and North America. With Root Capital financing revenue has increased from $473 thousand to over $3 million with payments to producers more than doubling.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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Kilicafe


Kilicafe is an association comprised of more than 12000 small scale coffee farmers. The association provides marketing and export services to its members and also plays a vital role in helping its members obtain financing to improve the quality of their coffee. Because of this increase Kilicafe was able to shift its sales from local markets to higher priced export markets.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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KZ Noir


Rwanda

First Coffee company to be Rainforest Alliance certified in Rwanda. rnCurrently pursuing a Fair Trade Certification.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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Merchants of Green Coffee


Canada

Specializing in sourcing high quality double certified (Fair Trade & Organic) green coffees from around the world. And education based triple bottom line company that aims to make the coffee industry sustainable by supporting solar powered coffee processing technology women managed coffee cooperatives and simplified supply chains that deliver top quality green beans and fresh roasted coffee sealed with a roast date.

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Musasa


In 2005 the Dukundekawa coffee cooperative also known as Musasa became Root Capital s first client in Africa. Since its founding in 2004 Musasa has grown from 300 to more than 1800 membersamong them many women who were made widows by the 1994 genocide. Today some of Musasa s key managers are women and the cooperative is pioneering new business opportunities for its female members.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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NUCAFE


Uganda

NUCAFE is the National Association of Coffee Farmers in Uganda with over 1 million smallholder coffee farmer members, who cultivate an average of one acre of coffee per person. They empower coffee farmers in the value chain to meet the needs of coffee buyers to produce high-quality coffee for the specialty market.

Agriculture, forestry & fishing

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Pangoa


Peru

Cooperativa Agraria Cafetalera Pangoa (Pangoa) is a Fair Trade and organic certified coffee cooperative located in San Martin de Pangoa Peru. Pangoa's 207 active members are smallholder farmers who cultivate shade grown coffee on the slopes rising from the lowland jungle to the highlands in the region of Junin.

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Pixán


Mexico

Pixan is a social enterprise working to sustainably improve the well being of coffee farmers and their communities by creating and selling new products improving market access and fostering a holistic and organic approach to environmental management.

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PRODECOOP


Nicaragua

Founded in 1993 Promotora de Desarrollo Cooperativo de Las Segovias Sociedad Anonima (PRODECOOP) is a second level coffee processing and marketing association serving 2300 smallholder farmers from 40 cooperatives in Nicaragua s north central mountains. A registered Fair Trade organization PRODECOOP is one of the largest coffee farmer organizations in Nicaragua.

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SOPPEXCCA


Nicaragua

SOPPEXCCA (Asociacion de Desarrollo Integral Productivo CocolenseProductive Development Association of Cocola) is a Fair Trade and organically certified coffee grower cooperative located in the jungles of Jinotega Nicaragua where 65% of the nation s coffee is grown. The coffee cooperative is known for its emphasis on gender inclusion and the empowerment of women farmers 40 percent of its members are women.

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Urban Beans


URBAN BEAN is a collaboration with the Big Issue which aims to bring good quality freshly brewed coffee to commuters stuck in their cars in peak traffic.

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Vega Coffee


Nicaragua

Vega Coffee was founded on the audacious idea that the very same farmers who not only plant harvest pick wash depulp dry hull sort grade polish and pack the incredible coffee we drink every day could roast and package it too.

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