01 Jun '11, 6pm

Coffee, direct from farm to cup | new blogpost

Coffee, direct from farm to cup | new blogpost

With a Coffee CSA, your harvest is predictable–you choose a coffee region and contract online with a farmer, for a minimum of two pounds of coffee per month. The coffee that you get, delivered by mail, won’t necessarily come from that farmer, but it will come from that farmer’s local cooperative. For example, if you were to subscribe to Belhermina Aguilar’s three-acre farm in the Santa Teresa Valley of Peru, you will receive coffee from her farmer-owned cooperative. Hers is one of about 50 families in the coop. You can also, if you choose, watch a video of her and her family. Here’s more on

Full article: http://www.marcgunther.com/2011/06/01/coffee-direct-from-...

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