• Ripe coffee cherries spread on a drying platform.

    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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  • Hands holding ripe coffee cherries.

    Ethiopia Layo Teraga Natural (Fairtrade Organic)

    Layo Teraga is a 1,800 member cooperative in the East Guji zone and part of the Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union. OCFCU is the largest Fairtrade coffee producer in Ethiopia (and one of the largest umbrella cooperatives in the world), supporting...

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  • A closeup of a coffee bag.

    Brazil Cerrado (Fairtrade)

    Brazil produces more coffee than any other country, and indeed more than the next two top producers combined. In a country where enormous estates and highly technified agriculture are the norms, smallholder farmers need to work together to grow their...

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