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Africa

  • Coffee plants growing.

    Kenya Endebess Estate

    Whereas the lion’s share of Kenyan coffee farms are smallholder plots of less than 4 hectares, Endebess Estate is 758 hectares, 30% of which is planted with coffee. The Estate has been producing coffee in the Northern Rift Valley since the 1940s...

    $21.00
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  • A washing station at Dame Dabaye.

    Ethiopia Dame Dabaye Washed (Organic)

    This washed coffee comes from Sibu Coffee who have been working extensively with farmers in the Guji zone in Southern Ethiopia for over 20 years. Placing an emphasis on socially responsible business practices and traceability, Sibu not only operates...

    $16.00
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  • Jackline and Judy standing in front of a coffee tree.

    Kenya Iyego (Fairtrade)

    The Iyego Coffee Growers Cooperative Society is a member owned co-op established in 1959 in Central Kenya’s Murang’a region. The society focuses on educating its 7,528 members on every step of coffee production, from soil management and plant...

    $22.00
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  • Raised beds for drying coffee at the Dame Dabaya washing station.

    Ethiopia Dame Dabaye Natural (Organic)

    This naturally processed coffee comes from the Dame Dabaye washing station in the Guji zone, one of the most unique and exciting coffee growing regions in the world. After the coffee has been picked, it is sun-dried in the ripe cherries on raised beds,...

    $16.00
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