COCAGI, Coopérative des Caféiculteurs de Gishoma was established in 2004 by 269 coffee farmers with the aim of promoting social well-being by improving coffee quantity and quality in specialty coffee standards. Committed to work together, the majority of coffee farmers in the cooperative zone were mobilized to join the cooperative as it was achieving its objectives up to 1114 farmers currently. The capacity of the washing station is extended to 1300 tons of cherries per coffee season.
Guji HIghland Coffee Plantation Plc was established in 2012 and works with more than 700 farmers in the Oromia region. They produce arabica coffees of botanical varieties 74110 and 74112. Coffees are Organic, FRA, Bird Friendly, Café Practice and Fairtrade certified. They offer naturally, washed, honey, and anaerobic processed coffees packaged in 30/60 kg jute bags. They offer Grade 1 to 3 qualities. Total annual production of 10,000 MT.
TELTELCHA AGRO INDUSTRY PLC is involved in sourcing and producing specialty (high-quality) coffee while its marketing partner ALUMASHU GENERAL TRADING PLC is an export oriented company focused on both, locally procuring and processing Ethiopian produced (parchment) coffee sourced discerningly and exported to multiple clients around the world.
Established as a Private Limited Company (LTD.) in 2016 and having started operation the same year in order to create a traceable coffee export market-link chain with a legal frame-work, both Teltelcha and Alumashu have entered into a legally binding MOU agreement creating synergy and allowing for a vertically integrated Production-Export operation.
As part of our sustainable best practice method in order to ensure quality we pay premium to the small holder farmers we partner with, a premium based on overall cup quality. Coffees scoring 88+ earn a premium for their producers which we funnel to them.
Heleph produces and exports top quality Arabica Grade 1-4 coffees from different woredas/kebeles/CWS of five main Ethiopian regions: Sidama (Bona Zuria, Aleta Wendo, Dale, Bensa, Harbegonna), Yirgacheffe (Danche Chelbesa, Banko Dadatu, Kochere, Chelelektu, Halo Beriti, Banko Gotiti), Kaffa (Bonga, Anderacha, Dencha, Gimbu), Limmu (Gera, Kosa, Kersa) and Guji (Adola, Hambale, Dame Dabaye, Hambala Buku, Raro Boda, Suke Quto, Layo Teraga, Ana Sora, Yabito Koba, Masina, Shakisso).
Kapcco (Karangura Peak Modern Coffee Farmers Cooperative Society Ltd), produces Arabica coffee from Mt Rwenzori region, at an altitude of 1900-2000 masl. They can produce 4 containers of AA/AB grades with Fairtrade certification, which are selectively hand-picked, carefully processed under a traceable strategy which makes them unique. This cooperative works with 705 farmers.
Green Mountain Arabica Coffee Ltd is a company farmer processor and exporter of green coffee established in 2012. It owns a coffee washing station in the Eastern province, Rwamagana District, Karange Sector. It processes coffees of their own plantation (above 2,000 coffee plants) and purchases coffee from 1200 farmers partners. GMAC has a mission to promote the production and processing of specialty coffee in the Karenge Sector/Rwamagana District in the Eastern part of Rwanda.
COOCAMU is a cooperative that works with more than 1303 farmers in the province of Rutsiro in the Western Region in Rwanda. At an altitude ranging between 1400-1900 masl, produces Arabica of the Bourbon, Jackson 2 and BM 139 varieties fully or semi washed, Fairtrade and RFA certified and with an annual capacity of 269 MT. Offers different qualities, from A1, A2 and commercial quality. Notes with floral, stone fruits and raspberry with long lasting finish.
Tuzamurane Cooperative started back in 2006 with 87 members and become registered cooperative in 2009 under RCA. It operates 3 sectors: Nyakabuye, Gitambi and Nkungu, all related in Rusizi District in the Western Province.
Tuzamurane´s coffee taste flavors are honey, sweet finish, brown sugar and dense chocolate.
In the hills of the Western Province of Rwanda, Mubuga coffee Ltd grows coffee on a vast land at an altitude of 1,788 masl. This company that was established in 2015 has a mission of achieving high quality and quantity of coffee and a clear vision of becoming a center of excellence at the local and international markets. Started with only two workers and an annual capacity of 30 MT, today they handle a capacity of 1000 MT. Abimana Mathias, his founder and general Manager is also very proud of its three certificates, Organic, Fairtrade, Rain Forest Alliance.
BuKaBo is a Cooperative founded in May 2019, that produces arabica Blue Mountain coffee in the territory of Kalehe at an average altitude of 1650masl in South Kivu. BuKaBo has 130 member farmers and they produce 5 MT of parchement annually for coffees graded A, B and C.