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Journey to Sustainability

Here’s how your choice of coffee is part of providing incentives that benefit farmers individually and improve sustainable agricultural practices.

Sustainability

Here’s how your choice of coffee is part of providing incentives that benefit farmers individually and improve sustainable agricultural practices.

Our Dedication to Sustainability - 100% certified coffee

Our coffee is dedicated to sustainability, proven by our Rainforest Alliance Certification. This guarantees that our beans come from land that has not been deforested after December 31, 2020. The certification also ensures traceability in the supply chain and meets the EU Deforestation Regulations. It also helps farmers monitor their farms closely, access new markets and goes beyond regulatory compliance. 

Our coffee also holds an Organic certification, signifying that it has been cultivated in accordance with organic farming practices. This entails allowing the beans to grow and mature naturally, free from the use of artificial fertilizers and chemical pesticides.

Our Contribution

With our circular business model, we want to contribute to a sustainable value chain that includes the social, economic and environmental perspective.

Social
Through our work to open up the market for Congolese coffee, together we make it possible for Congolese coffee farmers to restore their professional pride, develop their plantations and offer employment opportunities. This in turn contributes to creating economic stability for the producers, it contributes to independence, security and better a better standard of living for the families.
Economically
The social commitment, which we attach great importance to, contributes both short-term and long-term to a better economy for the families affected by our value chain and the communities in which they operate. Our commitment to sustainable agriculture also contributes to safer and higher incomes for producers – in especially in the long term. Something that also motivates young people in society to be active in agriculture.
Environmentally
We want to strive for environmental sustainability at all levels, in our products and in our value chain. Through advice and financial resources, we engage with our producers and together create a more sustainable and climate-smart agriculture.
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Social

Through our work to open up the market for Congolese coffee, together we make it possible for Congolese coffee farmers to restore their professional pride, develop their plantations and offer employment opportunities. This in turn contributes to creating economic stability for the producers, it contributes to independence, security and better a better standard of living for the families.

Economically

The social commitment, which we attach great importance to, contributes both short-term and long-term to a better economy for the families affected by our value chain and the communities in which they operate. Our commitment to sustainable agriculture also contributes to safer and higher incomes for producers – in especially in the long term. Something that also motivates young people in society to be active in agriculture.

Environmentally

We want to strive for environmental sustainability at all levels, in our products and in our value chain. Through advice and financial resources, we engage with our producers and together create a more sustainable and climate-smart agriculture.

Measurable Impact per 20 foot Container

After an estimated 2.5 to 3 years, the new coffee plants distributed to farmers, are expected to yield approximately 34 tons of coffee cherries, translating to an estimated earning of $13,000. Farmers have the potential to increase their yield twofold, ranging from 3.3 to 7 kg of berries per plant per year, starting from the third harvest.



 

Through the implementation of sustainable agriculture practices, imparted by agronomists from cooperatives, farmers can anticipate a consistent annual harvest for at least 25-30 years. This not only enhances the income of the farmers but also ensures that customers can continually enjoy high-quality coffee derived from fresh and thriving coffee plants.

300

Impacted Coffee producers in Congo

17 000

new coffee seedlings

34

ton of coffee berries

13 000

dollars earned

Measurable Impact per 20 foot Container

After an estimated 2.5 to 3 years, the new coffee plants distributed to farmers, are expected to yield approximately 34 tons of coffee cherries, translating to an estimated earning of $13,000. Farmers have the potential to increase their yield twofold, ranging from 3.3 to 7 kg of berries per plant per year, starting from the third harvest.



Through the implementation of sustainable agriculture practices, imparted by agronomists from cooperatives, farmers can anticipate a consistent annual harvest for at least 25-30 years. This not only enhances the income of the farmers but also ensures that customers can continually enjoy high-quality coffee derived from fresh and thriving coffee plants.

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300

Impacted Coffee Producers in Congo

17 000

New Coffee Seedlings

34

Ton of Coffee Berries

13 000

Dollars Earned by Farmers

300

Impacted Coffee producers in Congo

17 000

new coffee seedlings

34

ton of coffee berries

13 000

dollars earned

Impact achievments

One of our first projects together with the coffee farmers in Eastern Congo was providing 400 farmers with 20 thousand new coffee plants, now we have reached new heights and have distributed 47 thousand coffee seedlings to 900 farmers.

The next aim is to provide the 3 909 coffee farmers that we work with currently, with 100 coffee plants each. That is 390 900 new coffee plants, that will increase the yield of coffee berried with at least 469 080 kg per year. The potential with the right care and engagement is an increase of 1 446 330 kg per year.

900

Impacted Coffee producers in Congo

47 000

new coffee seedlings

Agroforestry

Apart from providing new coffee plants, we are currently working on a project to increase and improve the transition into agroforestry. This will be done by further mixing up the plantations with others trees ans plants that will create shade for the coffee plants (inhancing the quality of the coffee), increasing the biodiversity as well as absorbing CO₂.

Our Planet Needs a Pick-Me-Up, so Brew Sustainable Coffee

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