Announcing a new alliance: Certified Organic Specialty Coffee
How does climate change affect farmers?
How can specialty coffee and organic certified coffee work together to benefit all?
Nowadays certified coffees are barely sustainable for coffee farmers,
yet consumers demand an easy to recognize certificate to satisfy their hedonical needs.
We're setting out to bring the best of both together in a new alliance.
The essence of our quality control.
Although we all know climate change affects coffee producers
it may be hard to grasp the reality of it.
Let's look at the magnitude of the situation.
The start of a new cycle - Crop 2017-2018
As exporters we are tasked with an enormous puzzle: connect thousands of microlots to buyers around the globe.
Essential for this process is our daily quality control. Now that we have perfected this process,
we can confidentely be even stricter, without pushing producers out of the specialty coffee market.
Crop 2017-2018 marks already the third harvest for Expocamo.
This year we will continue to do what we do best: find the best Nicaraguan coffees available,
get them to best roasters out there and make sure everyone involved wins.
But first, let’s look back at last year.