Bourbon A Natural
African Coffee Producers
African Coffee Supply Capacity
Buyers in the network
1500ha farm of Olympic champion and athletics legend Haile Gebreselassie is located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Sheka zone. Haile Coffee brings a fine selection of traceable, specialty coffees grown on 51 micro-lots with respect and in support of the local communities and the environment. RFA, UTZ, Organic and CERES certified.
Kayon is located 510 kilometers south of Addis Ababa, and the property crosses the border of two villages—Taro and Sewana—located in the Oromia region, in the Guji zone of the Shakiso district of Ethiopia. It is established in 2012 by farmer Esmail Hassen and is still managed by him and his family. They have 25 permanent workers and 300 seasonal. The farm has own washing station, huller, pulpier, warehouse and transport.
Zahra Food Industries Ltd is a premier, ISO Food Safety Management System (22000:2018) agro-processor based in Uganda, offering a wide range of premium quality commodity and value added products including dried and fresh fruit, teas, nuts, seeds, vanilla and moringa powder
Winner of Burundi COE and holder of the world price record for green coffee in 2014, SEGEC is the owner of Mpanga Coffee Washing Station in Kayanza province. We bring a wide range of Arabica coffees from the Bourbon Rouge variety that grows on the volcano soils of the Kibira Forest
Based on 400ha of land located on the shores of Lake Victoria, Salama is a producer of specialty (washed) Robusta and natural Robusta scr 18, 15 and 12.
The company is also running a tea operation and employs over 1000 farmers who are offered various services and support including on-site medical clinic and infant school.
CABOU COFFEE was started in 2016 through a partnership with the washing station MUNKAZE, located in northern Burundi, in Kayanza province at the altitude of 1,800 meters. We are working in collaboration with two cooperatives: NZOBIYAGA (“I am going to talk about it”) and TWRANYUZWE (“We have been convinced”). Each farmer has a file with the CWS so we can trace the coffee delivered. There are about 350 smallholder farmers involved.