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About Us

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TCFC

The Coffee Farmer's Co-op

The Co-op is owned and operated by coffee farmers around the world and managed in partnership with roasters and business leaders in the industry. Decisions are made collectively and investments are made back into the farms, communities, and businesses, laying the groundwork for future generations of coffee farmers and their families.

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Our Team

Meet the team behind The Coffee Farmer's Co-op

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Kyle Rogers

North America Sales

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Jorge Padilla 

Mexico Sales

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The Challenges

According to a report done by the World Bank, 44% of the small coffee farmers live below the poverty line of $3.20 a day. 22% of those farmers live in extreme poverty of just $1.90 a day.

Our Solutions

The Coffee Farmer's Co-op gives power to the poor, a seat in the boardroom, and every farmer is an owner and gets a vote. Farmers are paid above their cost of production, given farm advice, research results on tree varieties, and low-interest rate loans. The profits of the company are shared with the farms, or communities depending on how the owner farmers decide.

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The Challenges

Farmers are always squeezed and rarely see profits as large companies press them for lower prices to compete in the market. In fact, 44% of the small coffee farmers around the world live below the poverty line of $3.20 a day. 22% of them live in extreme poverty of just $1.90 a day.

We work to fix that. 

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The Solutions

We give a voice to the farmers. 

We give the farmers the tools they need to succeed.

And we give elected farmers a seat in the board room to make decisions with us. 

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Our Goals

To change the lives of 125,000 farmers by paying them above their cost of production and increasing their output to over 25 quintales per hectare by April 2040.

To build 50 schools and 1,500 houses in coffee communities by April 2040. 

To start an R&D center for coffee plant research and coffee processing research that will test 20 varieties of coffee trees and find a solution for coffee waste by April 2030.