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WOMEN PRODUCER MEXICAN TAPACHULA FAIRTRADE & ORGANIC (2LB)

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Sweet and tangy with caramel, cocoa and peanut flavors.

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Country: Mexico

Region: Tapachula, Chiapas

Altitude: 900-1600 M

Farm: Selection from the women farmers of GRAPOS Coop

Variety: Typica, Bourbon, Caturra, Mundo Novo, Catuai

Process: Washed

Recommended Brew

Espresso, Filter

A women producer coffee?

Women are the backbone of agricultural production, accounting for almost half of the global workforce in this area. However, due to deep gender inequalities, many of these women are unable to reach their full potential, and the coffee industry is no exception.

By opting for certified Producer coffee, you give women in the coffee sector the means to lead a meaningful and sustainable life; and to encourage and recognize the participation of women in all aspects of the coffee industry. This initiative is also synonymous with better coffee and better traceability.

Women producer coffees are separated and producer women receive a price premium for their coffee batches. The women in the group cultivate several varieties of coffee, including Typica, Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai and Mundo Novo.

 

THE GRAPOS COOP

Grupo de Asesores de Producción Orgánica y Sustentable S.C. (GRAPOS) is a group of coffee producers in the state of Chiapas, in southern Mexico. The cooperative was founded by 90 member farmers in 2007, but by 2016 their number had grown to 3,253 members, bringing together many producing regions.

As the cooperative has grown, the percentage of active female farmers has also increased, many of whom have inherited land or own their own farms. Thanks to the different bonuses (FairTrade, Organic, Women Producer etc); members invested in diversifying their crops - planting things like corn, bananas, squash, beans, and cocoa - and also focused on producing textiles to make more money and money. have income stability all year round.

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A women producer coffee?

Women are the backbone of agricultural production, accounting for almost half of the global workforce in this area. However, due to deep gender inequalities, many of these women are unable to reach their full potential, and the coffee industry is no exception.

By opting for certified Producer coffee, you give women in the coffee sector the means to lead a meaningful and sustainable life; and to encourage and recognize the participation of women in all aspects of the coffee industry. This initiative is also synonymous with better coffee and better traceability.

Women producer coffees are separated and producer women receive a price premium for their coffee batches. The women in the group cultivate several varieties of coffee, including Typica, Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai and Mundo Novo.

 

A women producer coffee?

Women are the backbone of agricultural production, accounting for almost half of the global workforce in this area. However, due to deep gender inequalities, many of these women are unable to reach their full potential, and the coffee industry is no exception.

By opting for certified Producer coffee, you give women in the coffee sector the means to lead a meaningful and sustainable life; and to encourage and recognize the participation of women in all aspects of the coffee industry. This initiative is also synonymous with better coffee and better traceability.

Women producer coffees are separated and producer women receive a price premium for their coffee batches. The women in the group cultivate several varieties of coffee, including Typica, Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai and Mundo Novo.

 


THE GRAPOS COOP

Grupo de Asesores de Producción Orgánica y Sustentable S.C. (GRAPOS) is a group of coffee producers in the state of Chiapas, in southern Mexico. The cooperative was founded by 90 member farmers in 2007, but by 2016 their number had grown to 3,253 members, bringing together many producing regions.

As the cooperative has grown, the percentage of active female farmers has also increased, many of whom have inherited land or own their own farms. Thanks to the different bonuses (FairTrade, Organic, Women Producer etc); members invested in diversifying their crops - planting things like corn, bananas, squash, beans, and cocoa - and also focused on producing textiles to make more money and money. have income stability all year round.

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THE GRAPOS COOP

Grupo de Asesores de Producción Orgánica y Sustentable S.C. (GRAPOS) is a group of coffee producers in the state of Chiapas, in southern Mexico. The cooperative was founded by 90 member farmers in 2007, but by 2016 their number had grown to 3,253 members, bringing together many producing regions.

As the cooperative has grown, the percentage of active female farmers has also increased, many of whom have inherited land or own their own farms. Thanks to the different bonuses (FairTrade, Organic, Women Producer etc); members invested in diversifying their crops - planting things like corn, bananas, squash, beans, and cocoa - and also focused on producing textiles to make more money and money. have income stability all year round.

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