Vendors List

Limu Gr2

Dedessa Agro

Dedessa Coffee Farm is located on the river Dedessa in Jimma zone. The farm is RFA/UTZ certified and produces high quality washed and natural Limu already exported to a number of West European buyers.

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HAILE COFFEE

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.

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Kayon Mountain

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.

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Cafe de Gisagara Ltd

Café de Gisagara is run by Good Neighbors, an NGO from Korea. The project began in 2014. Before the project began there was little attention given to coffee quality and little infrastructure existed.

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Zahra Food Industries Ltd.

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

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Gashikanwa Speciality Coffee (GSCO)

Gashikanwa Speciality Coffee Cooperative was founded in 2011 and works with more than 6000 farmers from Nord Ngozi region producing Natural and Washed Arabica Bourbon coffee with specialty grades (87+). They have 3 CWS (in Gitanga, Kayina, Buyumbi) and 6 collecting centres (Gisha, Remera, Kiremera, Higiro, Runda, Musama).
The cooperative exports to EU, US, and Asia.

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Coffee Business Center (CBC) Burundi

Coffee Business Center (CBC) Burundi was founded in 2007. It operates with 500 farmers and offers services for other producers from all regions in Burundi with an annual output of 400 MT for Arabica AA, AB coffee grades.

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Matsitsi Trading Coffee (Matraco)

Matsitsi Trading Coffee (Matraco) was founded in 2016. They operate with more than 1800 farmers from Kayanza region to produce best quality Arabica coffees under priviledged conditions at 1600-1800 masl grown from rich red soils which gives Kayanza coffees its well known sweet, citrusy, raisin and berries distinctive aromas. In 2018 a Bourbon from Businde CWS in Gahombo won the CoE cup in Burundi with a score of 87.46.
They process natural, washed and honey and they can supply 220 MT of green coffee.
Matraco has a vision for the development of rural communities with a win-win approach working together with its farmers in preservation of the environment, to obtain the best quality coffees and promoting the fair trade.

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Coopérative Duharanire Ikawa

Duharanire Ikawa is a cooperative founded in 2015, with 7 years experience in coffee industry. Our plantations are located close to the forest, from Mu Mirwa hill, what gives our coffee very special notes. We produce Arabica/Bourbon +15 AA coffees with an annual capacity of 600 MT.

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Kayokwe Coffee Solutions

Kayokwe Coffee solutions have been cultivating arabica coffee since 2012 located in Kibumbu at 1800masl in west-central Burundi. KCS works with more than 2100 farmers and has a capacity of 90 tonnes of arabica coffee which ranks amongst the best in Burundi. ⁠
Kibumbu is known to have a temperate microclimate, located close to the river Kayokwe. Surrounded by beautiful wildlife. ⁠

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Intl Women Coffee Alliance Burundi

Intl Women Coffee Alliance (IWCA) is operating in Burundi since 2011 with more than 2000 farmers. Producing more than 2000 MT of coffee cherries annually from Arabica Bourbon variety at more than 1700 masl. They focus on the production of high quality specialty coffee 85-89+ scores.

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Coopérative Ikawa Yacu

Coopérative Ikawa Yacu was founded in 2016 with 524 members. We have an experience of 5 years and produce the best quality coffee. We produce a forest coffee that grow surrounded by natural shade trees from CIMEZA. We produce 200 MT of coffee cherries from which we obtain the best A1, A2, A3 coffees of bourbon variety.

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SECASB Burundi

Winner of Burundi COE and holder of the world price record for green coffee in 2014, SECASB 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

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SEGEC

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

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Salama Coffee Estates Ltd

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.

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Cabou Coffee

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.

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Bench Maji Coop

Bench Maji Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Union consists of 65 primary Cooperatives that serve 130.000 stallholders, Forest Coffee in Bench Maji is a coffee harvested from trees growing in such forest, with almost no management of the surrounding forest or vegetation, except some removal of undergrowth to facilitate access to the coffee trees. The Bench Maji Coffee, currently known as Forest Coffee was once been wild and owned by no body. However, the farmers around the forest have been coordinated by government bodies and become cooperatives to own the coffee inside the forest. There are different environmental activists and /or NGOs working with Cooperatives for the conservation of the Bench Maji Forest.

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Life Agro & Consultancy Plc

The only private coffee academy in Addis Ababa, dedicated to educating farmers on coffee quality control and providing sourcing marketing and logistics services to exporters of coffee.

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Abba Buna

Abba Buna S.C is established to bring an end to the coffee supply chain and market alternative
problems confronting our country’s peoples those related their life’s on coffee farming and
trading.
The company have an inclusive measures through coffee family’s interest-based solution hence without inclusive measures it would be impossible to solve the existing problems from the basic root.

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S.Sara Coffee

Owned and managed by Mrs. Sara Yimer, S.Sara Coffee is a leading producer and exporter of Ethiopian coffee with 12 washed coffee pulping stations at Borena (Souk sub Woreda), Borena (Bilida sub Region), Yiregacheffe, Amaro LiyuWoreda (Kelle sub reigion ), Uoraga (Guji zone), Limmu Yaji, Arusi and Worka, in Southeren Nations and Nationalities region of Ethiopia.

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Masha Jungle Coffee and Spice Production Plc.

Masha jungle coffee and spice production plc was established in 2012, with a vision of planting, producing and delivering high quality coffee primarily to foreign markets.
It is one of the youngest and modern coffee producer, processor and exporter in the heart of Sheka- Masha. The company is found in South Western part of Ethiopia, South Nations Nationalities People’s Regional State (SNNPRS) Sheka zone, Masha Woreda, Yesh Akako Kebeles specifically in the center of natural forest area of Sheka Bio-spher Masha jungle coffee.
The total land holding of the plantation is 300ha under coffee and has a probability of expansion new land of 200ha under processing with investment authority.

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Sanyiibuii Coffee

Ethiopian Cup of Excellence no.4 for 2021 , Saniibui is owned and managed by farmer Brehanu Tekle. The Farm is located in Oromia region and works with 200 smallholder farmers dedicated to bringing to the world of coffee the best Sidamo coffee from Arsi Oromia in the Ethiopia Highlands.

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Zat Plc

A single origin, traceable coffee producer from Kaffa region, ZAT Plc. is a small producer working with 180 farmers that operates a wet and dry mill in Gimbo Tula region.

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Bufumbo Organic Farmers Association

From Mt. Elgon, representing 711 Fairtrade and 400+ organic certified farmers, Bufumbo Organic Farmers Association is able to supply Ugandan Natural and Washed Arabica of highest quality, produced with nature in mind and in support of the local communities. The farmers also produce bananas and Fairtrade certified vanilla

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Sibu Coffee

Situated at 1850 to 2150 masl in Guji, Oromia region, Sibu Coffee is a specialty coffee producer with RFA and Organic certification. The company works with 960 farmers and operates 4 wet mills in Karcha and Hambela districts.

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Yehalashet Yigezu Coffee Export

Yehalashet Yigezu Coffee Export was founded in 2011. This is a woman led company, registered also under Women in Coffee Ethiopia. It is a farm and export company owned by Yehaleshet Yigezu.

It is located in South Western Ethiopia, in Kellem Wollega Anfillo. Our farm Covers 50 hectares, but we also work with 120 Out-growers covering additional 150 Hectares.

Located at an Altitude of 1800MASL. With rainfall exceeding 1500 mm per annum. Our production Capacity is 120,000 Kgs (120 tone).

We have both Washed and Natural Processed coffees, one Pulping Machine and Mesh Drying Beds on site.

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Kata Muduga Multipurpose Cooperative Union

Kata Muduga Union was established on August 2016, by 20 primary cooperatives under the umbrella of Kata Muduga Union and members male 17,031 and female 2,015 total 19,046 small scale coffee farmers which include 450,485 famillies by those members 61,272 hectare of land covered by coffee. Nowadays 30 cooperatives and more than 30,000 small scale coffee farmers are working with us.
Working Area: the geographical area embodied in this union are 5 rural districts in Jimma zone (Goma,Gera, Gumai, Setema and Sigimo).

The primary cooperatives under this union are a well- known very high specialty coffee producers for thworld markets. Some of these are: Duromina, BiftuGudina, Nano Challa, Yukro, Hundaoli, Kolla Bulcand other Agaro area cooperatives.

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Beker General Business Plc

Our farm is located in Yirgacheffe, our farmers are the Gedeo people from Konga kebele. The processing station and farm land is a total of 22 Ha. The processing facility is at an altitude of 1,950m and the farms are in the mountains nearby that reach altitudes of up to 2,300m. We source Edido, Koke, Haru, and Konga varieties. We are deeply connected to our farmers by making charitable contributions to nearby schools and the regional administration office.

Our farmers have been farming coffee for mutliple generations. Beker Plc bought our processing station and farm land from the locals of Gedeo in 2018. The former land owners are now employed on our site and assist us in sourcing coffee and managing the site. Beker is a family owned company that has been in business for over 23 years. It’s owners are born and raised Ethiopians all whom received higher education degrees in the United States.

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Leul Kelem Coffee and Spices Development

The farm has so far managed to cover more than 50% of the estate with coffee plantation and just started honey farming practices and aims to develop other products in the near future. Our farm is located in Masha Sheka SNNPR, Ethiopia, where we cultivate organic, Arabica specialty coffee.

We feel like words, facts and figures will not be able to fully describe and translate the pure notions of our farm. We invite you to witness it with your own eyes and have your own personal connection with our coffee. Looking forward to building long lasting relations, based on transparency and quality.

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Pelican General Trading

Pelican General Trading partners with smallholder farmers to export coffee directly to world markets. We ensure that farmers participant in the economic upside gained from producing good quality coffee beans. We work alongside coffee farmers to achieve the required certification and ensure traceability. We source coffee from different regions in Ethiopia including Yirgacheffee, Guji, Limmu Lekemti, Harar, Sidamo, and Djimma coffee.

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Buno General Trading Plc

The founder and life long coffee advocate of Buno General Trading Plc, Mr Abiyot Boru was born in Bule Hora Wereda of West Guji Zone, in a particular town called Gerba, in Ethiopia. His parents were farmers where coffee was one of the traditional agricultural products in the area. He started participating in coffee production practices by cultivating, weeding, watering nursery beds, and harvesting during his early childhood. Abiyot started coffee business by purchasing red-ripe and dry coffee cherries from local farmers and selling them to the nearby wet and dry coffee processing stations. His passion for the coffee business grew ever since, and this has earned him great recognition as a second outstanding national seller to the ECX market.

In February 2018, Buno General Trading PLC stood in 4th in the Ethiopian National Test of Harvest (TOH) Competition.

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Coopérative Agricole Tujenge du Kivu

The Cooperative Agricole Tujenge du Kivu was created 9th September 2018 in Bishange, with the mission of promoting the socio-economic development of coffee growers and the improvement of farmers’ living conditions through coffee cultivation.
In 2021, the cooperative has produced a quantity ranging from 15 tons of coffee beans, 12750 on Parchment A and 1700 Kgs of Parchment B.

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Kabare Coffee Growers Cooperative

Kabare Cooperative (CPCK) was established in October 22nd 2010 by an initiative of a group of 20 individuals including the current chairman of the board of directors Mr Jean Munyemale. CPCK was created to address several issues to improve the profitability of the coffee sector and eliminate obstacles towards the market, such as low prices, impediments of traders exporting to Rwanda; insufficient revenue to sustain house hold income; and, abandonment of coffee farms located in Kabamba, South Kivu, between National ParcKahuzi-Biega and lake Kivu.

We have 2 washing stations, we work according to the GAP principles in order to respect the ecosystem and the environment and are working in cooperation with the Worldwide Conservation Society (WCS). In 2010, the cooperative started with 20 members, after a membership campaign was held in 2013, this number increased to 644. Currently, with the positive impact of our previous transactions, there are currently 2,261, workers at Kabare cooperative 441 of which are women.

Currently the vision of the cooperative is to export 4 containers of specialty coffee by 2021 and 5 containers green coffee by 2023. CPCK is also interested in improving the agricultural service road, installing a shop for agricultural tools, investing in a dehulling machine for better cleaning of our coffee beans and to produce specialty coffee with a score above 89%.

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Agricultural Cooperative of Coffee Producers of Kivu (CAPCKI)

CAPCKI (agricultural cooperative of coffee producers of Kivu) is a cooperative of small coffee producers working in South Kivu in the territory of Kalehe. The aim of the CAPCKI is to become a large cooperative not only of coffee but also of other agricultural products in the next three years as we want to increase the income of its members in a sustainable way.

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 Rebuild Women’s Hope (RWH)

RWH is a women’s cooperative working in the coffee industry with the aim of improving the socio-economic status of women and their families.

RWH exports its coffee to Europe, USA and Asia. We also work with micro-finance institutions and banks for the pre-financing of the coffee seasons.

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Mon Café

Mon Café was established in 2019. We produce coffee (both Arabica and Robusta) and Cocoa. We work with 3 cooperatives from Kalehe (Kivu region) and more than 1000 farmers. We have an annual capacity of 10 containers (4 arabica, 4 robusta, 2 cocoa). We produce all qualities and screens.

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Kivu Smile

Kivu Smile is a company founded by young entrepreneurs with the aim to produce the best coffees in the world, work to promote youth inclusion and financial independence. We produce Arabica coffees from South Kivu of the Bourbon, Blue Mountain and Jackson varieties. We work with 800 farmers and produce 4 containers of grade A and B annually.

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Blazesoft Ltd

Blazesoft was registered on July 2017 with the aim of supporting small and medium venture farmers to add value to their crop by processing. Blazesoft also serves as a linkage for international markets. It strives to offer the best price for small farmers produce and works with cooperative unions. It currently works with private coffee unions to buy their coffee and source better markets.

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Vikela Kenya

Vikela Kenya Investment Ltd is a private company founded in 2018. The members of the group make monthly contributions and and pool together their savings which are then channeled towards investment opportunities such as purchasing land, setting up greenhouses, irrigation systems and agricultural value addition projects.
In 2018 we ventured into coffee farming in Mt Elgon region of Bungoma County. We partnered with 40 smallholders and were able to secure small loans from micro-finance institutions.
By 2020 the group has increased to 65 smallholder farmers.

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Coopérative Agricole du Kivu (COOPAK)

Coopérative Agricole du Kivu (COOPAK) was established in 2010. It serves more than 2500 farmers from Kabare region in South Kivu. We produce Arabica coffees in different screen sizes and grades A and B. We train farmers to improve their yields and quality of their cherries. Currently we have a yearly production of 100 MT.

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Coopérative Agricole Umoja

Coopérative Agricole Umoja (COOAU), was established in 2015 with 350 farmers. Today, we are 4000 (1500 men and 2500 women), and 1700 more are willing to be part of our cooperative. We work a land of 2500 ha and we are working to expand it in 1200 additional ha. Currently we produce 250 MT of Robusta and Arabica coffees in an average altitude of 700-1000 masl with screen sizes ranging from 13, 15 and 17 and different grades (ABCD).

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Muhondo Coffee Company

Muhondo Coffee Company is a private company established in 2013, based in northern province in Gakenke district. Muhondo works with 2,394 farmers (25% women), with 30,000 trees and operates 3 Coffee washing stations: Muhondo CWS, Bukonya CWS (in Gakenke) and Bwisige CWS (in Gicumbi).
Abundant rainfall and fertile, volcanic soil is the perfect incubator for the rich flavors of Muhondo´s specialty coffee. With slow growth at such high altitudes, our cherries develop slowly, producing mature and well-balanced profiles. Sweet, citrus, caramel flavours can be detected in our exquisite brew.
We have an anual capacity of 1000 MT of cherry.
In 2014 Muhondo won the Presidential Award and in 2015 we were placed 3rd in the CoE awards for impacting the local community through women and youth employment.

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Kagera Cooperative Union

Kagera Cooperative Union is a voluntary union of a 139 primary cooperative societies in the districts of Bukova, Muleba and Misenye in Kagera region, north west Tanzania covering more than 15,000 sq Kms. More than 68,000 farmers are part of the cooperative through primary societies. Robusta variety is produced using dry processing techniques with an anual production of 7,000 MT.

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Ovid Trading House

Recognizing the unparalleled quality of newly known Anderacha site, and also the deep natural heritage along with the diverse and rich culture of the community; Mr. Yonas Taddesse, founder of Ovid Group and Subsidiary companies, decided to expand its foot print looking for a great coffee and making radical impact in the sector. This unique site is at the highest mountain peak of Anderacha area (above 2000 masl). Further, most of the coffees are harvested from a wild forest plantation known as Mother Trees, which are grown under the shade of many local indigenous trees which produce ethnic stable foods.

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Buzi Kawaha Bora (BuKaBo)

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.

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Dello Coffee Export

Dello Coffee Export was founded as export company in 2019 with the objective to process and export best quality Arabica coffee with intense taste profile and at a reasonable price. With its objective of establishment, it could be able to move in the right truck and achieving the company objective with in short period of time through the coordinated effort of all employees and the management team of the company. Dello works with more than 1200 farmers from the regions of Oromia and SNNP – Guji (Uraga, Horachew), Yirgacheffe (Foge), Bale (Dello Menna). Dello offers grades from 1 to 5. Annual capacity to export more than 30 containers.

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Africa Plc

Africa Plc is an export company that was founded in 2017 with the objective to process and export natural processed arabica coffees (Typica and Bourbon, 11100 and 11174) from the zones of Lekempti, Djimma and Sidamo, with grades ranging from 2 to 5. Annual capacity of 500 MT and working with more than 800 farmers from the mentioned coffee areas.

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Almaz Siyum Coffee Exporter

Almaz Siyum Coffee Exporter is an export company that was founded in 2005 with the objective to process and export natural processed arabica coffees (Bourbon, 11100) from the zones of Sidamo, Guji and Yirgacheffe with grades 1, 2 and 4. Annual capacity of 770 MT and working with more than 300 farmers from the mentioned coffee areas.

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Dimtu Coffee Industry

Dimtu Coffee Industry is an export company that was founded in 2002 with the objective to process and export natural processed arabica coffees (Typica and Bourbon, 11174) from the zones of Sidama, Yirgacheffe and Lekempti with grades 1 to 5. Coffees are certified: Organic, Fairtrade, RFA, UTZ. Annual capacity of 400 MT and working with more than 2000 farmers from the mentioned coffee areas.

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Dugda Agro Industry

Dugda Agro Industry is an export company that was founded in 2020 with the objective to process and export natural and washed processed arabica coffees (Typica and Bourbon, 11100, 11174) from the zones of Sidama, Lekempti, Djimma with grades 3 to 5. Annual capacity of 960 MT and working with more than 1000 farmers from the mentioned coffee areas.

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Kemal Abdella

Kemal Abdella is a long time exporter that started to export Ethiopian coffees back in 1998 with the objective to process and export natural processed arabica coffees (Typica and Bourbon, 11100, 11174) from the zones of Sidama, Yirgacheffe, Lekempti, Djimma with grades 1 to 5. Annual capacity of 15000 MT and working with more than 4000 farmers from the mentioned coffee areas.

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Woyn C. GB Plc

Woyn C. GB Plc was founded in 2009 with the objective to process and export natural processed arabica coffees (Typica and Bourbon, 11174) from Guji zone with grades 1 and 2. Annual capacity of 100 MT and working with more than 100 farmers from the mentioned coffee area.

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Diamond Coffee Enterprise

Diamond Coffee Enterprise is an export company that was founded with the objective to process and export natural processed arabica coffees in a 330 Ha in Kaffa Zone, Woreda GImbo, Woreda Tula, in the South West Region at 1890 masl. Annual capacity of 80 MT and working with more than 200 outgrowers.

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GIHANGA COFFEE COMPANY

Gihanga Coffee Company is a private company registered in Rwanda Development Board (RDB). “Gihanga” is a Rwandan cultural hero described in oral histories as an ancient king popularly credited with establishing the ancient Kingdom of Rwanda. He is described as possessing talents in leadership, technology and religion. It is said he ruled Rwanda from his palace in the forest of Buhanga. So we dedicated our coffee to Gihanga.
The objective of Gihanga Coffee Co. is to build equitable and sustainable value chains by being the leading company to scale up the coffee culture both in quality and taste and with singular accent upon women in all activities. This may be done with professionalism, dignity, technology, innovation; all aiming the company development and good service delivery.

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Ruhunde Jeunes Caféiculteurs

Ruhunde Jeunes Caféiculteurs (RUJCAF) works with 3700 farmers from Kivu region, producing Arabica Bourbon coffee grade A and B. RUJCAF provides both technical support (through SVC) and financial (through micro-finance institutions). They also work together with the organization AVEC for supporting women and young integration in the communities.

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Société Kilima

Kilima is a private company that works with incredible people and a great desire for producing and process the best coffee in the world.

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SOPACDI

Solidarité pour la Promotion des Actions Café et le Développement Intégrale (SOPACDI) was founded in 2003 with the objective of promoting a sustainable coffee chain for Congolese farmers in the Kivu Region. SOPACDI works with more than 12100 farmers in Kivu region and produces more than 600 MT of Arabica Bourbon 15+ from altitudes ranging 1500-2000 masl and rich volcanic soils.

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CAPACADE

CAPACADE was established in 2018 with the aim of improving the lives of coffee producers but also promoting a real change in the development of the community. For that, the cooperative promotes among farmers the agricultural techniques aiming to produce higher quality cherries and good management behaviours. CAPACADE produces a yealy production of 150 MT of specialty Arabica coffee.

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COOPAPP

Coopérative Agro-pastorale pour le Progrés (COOPAPP) was established in 2018 with the purpose of improving the lives of local coffee producers in the region of South Kivu. Our moto is “All together for a sustainable change”. We are 769 farmers and we produce Arabica bourbon coffee grades A and B. Currently we produce 20 MT yearly.

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Cooperative Agricole Bunkivane

La Cooperative Agricole Bunkivane was established in 2017 and is located in Bukavu in the Kalehe region of South Kivu, DRC. We produce and process coffee cherries of both Arabica and Robusta varieties with a total yearly production of 100 MT of cherries. We use natural fertilizers and take care of proper coffee tree replacements.

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Mukwidja Women Coffee Coop

Mukwidja Women Coffee Cooperative was founded in 2017. Is located in Kalehe, South Kivu and comprises 200 farmers. We produce Arabica cherries of Kabare 16 variety and grade A, at an altitude of 1500-2000 masl. Beans are washed processed. We have a yearly capacity of 10 MT.

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Ideal Commodities Ltd

Ideal Commodities Ltd works with more than 1200 farmers in the Central region of Uganda. We process natural Robusta coffee with FT/FTO certification using dry processing method. They can produce a yearly capacity of 2500 MT.

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Coffee World Ltd

Coffee World Ltd was established in 2008 for the processing and exporting of Robusta and Arabica (Bugisu, Mbale region) coffees from Uganda.
Arabica coffee is grown on an altitude between 1800 – 2100 metres above sea level and it is normally grown by co-operative farmers especially in Mbale and Kapchorwa districts in Uganda.
Our mission is to raise awareness and funds for women in coffee. We also do this through sensitization and provision of funds through Crop Advance. This enables the elimination of middle men and encourages fair trade.

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Rezlex Investments Ltd

Rezlex Investments Ltd was established for the processing and exporting of Robusta (Central, Western) and Arabica (Drugar, Eastern region) coffees from Uganda. They work with 8049 farmers in these regions. They produce robusta coffees of all screen sizes (12, 15, 18) and Arabica (Drugar) both sundried and washed. All coffees comply with UCDA standards.

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Ishaka Qualities Ltd

Ishaka Qualities Ltd was established for the processing and exporting of Robusta (Central, Western) and Arabica (Drugar, Eastern region) coffees from Uganda. They work with 4343 farmers in these regions. They produce robusta coffees of all screen sizes (12, 15, 18) and Arabica (Drugar) sundried processed. All coffees comply with UCDA standards.

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Gisha Coffee Ltd

Gisha Coffee Ltd was established for the processing and exporting of Robusta produced in the Western region and Arabica (Bugisu, Mbale region) coffees from Uganda. They work with 3452 farmers in these regions. They produce robusta coffees of all screen sizes (12, 15, 18) and Arabica (AA, AB, CPB) both sundried and washed. All coffees comply with UCDA standards.

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The Edge Trading Ltd

The Edge Trading Ltd was established for the processing and exporting of Robusta (Central, Western and Eastern) and Arabica (Bugisu, Mbale region) coffees from Uganda. They work with more than 9000 farmers in these regions. They produce robusta coffees of all screen sizes (12, 15, 18) and Arabica (AA, AB, CPB) both sundried and washed. All coffees comply with UCDA standards.

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Bugisu Cooperative Union

Bugisu Cooperative Union (BCU) was established in 1954. It serves 1200 farmers from Mbale region in the production, processing and exporting of Bugisu Washed AA, AB and PB coffees. BCU has a yearly production capacity of 2500 MT.

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Karangura Peak Modern Coffee Farmers Cooperative Society Ltd

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.

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Coopérative des Caféiculteurs de Gishoma (COCAGI)

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.

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Guji Highland Coffee Plantation

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.

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Alumashu General Trading Plc

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.

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Heleph Coffee Export

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).

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Kivu Heritance Coffee Ltd

Kivu Heritance Coffee Ltd was established in Februrary 2021. We export Arabica green coffee beans and roasted coffee. We are working with 8700 coffee farmers from different cooperative unions from Rutsiro District located near Idjwi Island, Lake Kivu in Rwanda. Heritance Conservation Coffee makes a special effort to support both youth and women coffee farmers, helping to provide opportunities for youth and women’s economic empowerment projects, disrupt youth, male financial dominance and break ingrained stereotypes in the communities.

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Kopakama Coffee Farmers

Kopakama is located in Rutsiro, Karongi District, in the western province of Rwanda. . Started in 1998, they produce Arabica Bourbon and Jackson varieties focusing on A1 FW specialty grade. The production capacity is of 360 MT. Organic, Fairtrade and RFA certificates. 1042 farmers work with Kopakama operating in Nyagatare, Mukura and Mushubati CWS. Coffee produced have cherry, tangerine and cedar notes, with a heavy aroma of blackberry, dark chocolate and raisin. The rich body and long black tea finish carry nicely into the aftertaste.

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Green Mountain Arabica Coffee Ltd

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.

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Kopakaki Dutegure

Kopakaki-Dutegure is located in Rubengera sector, Karongi District, in the western province of Rwanda. It grows 80% of its coffee in the Kivu Belt of Karongi District, intercropped with shade trees. The remaining 20% of its coffee trees are cultivated high in the hills, where most of the soil is volcanic to create a unique cup profile. Started in 2005, had its own Wet mill in 2007. The production capacity is of 1,000 MT. Kopakaki aims to make coffee farming a gender-equal business by encouraging the participation of women throughout the chain. Fairtrade and RFA certificate. 993 members among them 437 women and 556 are men.

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COOCAMU

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.

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Cooperative Tuzamurane

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.

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Mubuga Coffee Ltd

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.

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Kaderes Development

Kaderes Development exports robusta certified coffees (Fairtrade, Organic, UTZ) from Kyerwa and Karagwe districts, in Tanzania. With 1300-1450 m of altitude and 800-1000 mm rainfall and 26º C average temperature. Kaderes manages an annual production capacity of 13,000 MT offering natural robusta screens 12, 14, 16 and 18.

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Amani Coffee Cooperative

“We want Amani cooperative to be the weapon that fights for the peace of the Congolese society against displaced orphans and women.”. We use this structure to empower our community and help them live better lives.

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Nura Abakoyas Coffee Plantation

Nura Abakoyas Coffee plantation is a family-owned coffee farm committed to producing high-land grown specialty coffee from Ethiopia. The plantation has officially launched a campaign of planting coffee on 35 hectares of land in 2020 and is now in its productive age. It is located in Djimma Zone, AGARO woreda in Oromia Regional State. Mr Nura, the owner of the established, is looking forward to fostering connections with whom ever is interested in getting to know what they offer, “We are passionate of what we do and would like to share it with you as well”.

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Coopérative Agricole OLAME

The OLAME Agricultural Cooperative is a partner of the SVC project. Together we work to implement good practices of environmental responsibility, economic transparency, agricultural production and management, social and ethical responsibility, and health and safety at work. With the formation of the GALS of the SVC we support the Village Savings and Credit Associations in each village where our members are located known with the acronym “AVEC”.
We train our members on good agricultural practices, on agro ecology and we pay the rebate to our members after sale.

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Semshan Coffee Development Plc

Semshan coffee development plc was established in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in 2014 by the General Manager Mr. Semere Kassahun. We export washed and unwashed (sun dried) organic Arabica coffee Beans. We have different grades depending on the request of our customer. In order to market and supply coffee with the finest and freshest flavors to the international market, we rely on high tech equipment required for the benefit, selection, and classification of our product, which guarantees international export standards are fulfilled. Our best seller is Mizan teppi, Sheko coffee. Sheko is one of the woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region of Ethiopia (SNNPR). Looking forward to connecting with you.

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Tariku Kare Banata Coffee Supplier and Exporter

The founder of Tariku Kare Banata Coffee Export – Mr. Tariku Kare Banata – is known for his hard working and result-driven behavior. He used to work in different coffee washing and milling stations as a daily laborer and had a chance to grow in his position and become a chief quality control expert. After working for a decade as an expert, he founded his own washing station in 2013 in West Arsi, Nensabo district, Bulga village (Oromia Regional state) and started supplying high quality coffee for the Ethiopian market. Five years later, he founded his second washing station at Bombe village in Sidama Zonal administration. Now he is thriving in the coffee export business and is a proud owner of his own washing stations. Mr. Tariku is excited to introduce his version of premium quality coffee to the global market.

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Mintu Group

Mintu Group currently works with more than 400 farmers and by next year this number will increase to 1000. Located in Djimma, Ethiopia, Mintu provides grade 1 speciality coffee, both natural and washed.
They also work towards sustainable productivity
and they achieve this by offering their farmers basic training in agronomy and organic farming together with experts and professionals. Mintu group strives to support and sustain its community and does so by building schools for the community as well as Mosques within the area.

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Odaa Forest Organic Coffee Plantation PLC

Odaa forest plantation from Sewana provides grade 1 Guji Specialty Coffee from Ethiopia. Sewana farm covers 150 ha of land and is owned and operated by Mr. Husen Adem and his family since 2010. Average cup score of 86.5 with honey, ripe mango and creamy notes, fit for grade 1.

On our farm, we practice strict environmental standards and other good practices . Our coffee production is organic, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. We actively plant indigenous trees to give shade to our coffee cherries which helps them excel in their flowering. The coffee cherries are handpicked and separated into groups of sun-dried processed coffee and washed coffee. Sun-dried coffee is laid to rest on raised beds, while the washed coffee is processed separately. Odaa forest owns both drying and washing stations which is a practice to maintain traceable coffee.

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