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The photo showcased for this month's newsletter is of our Lempira famer Anastacio. In this photo he is manually removing weeds around the coffee trees instead of using chemicals. Farmer's often use machetes or weed by hand if avoiding chemicals. Happily Anastacio was gifted a weed trimmer by you fantastic customers via our #tippingnotshipping campaign.
March has been busy busy busy after our appearance on the telly for Dragons' Den! Thank you to all of our regular customers who have endured longer than usual waiting times for their coffee to reach them, we have processed over 6000 units in the last 2 weeks and have been working 12 + hour days to try and reach everyone. You can read the press release and find links to the show and a post air radio interview HERE.
This month Wilmer also had the honor of meeting and speaking with the Ambassador of Honduras Iván Romero-Martínez. The ambassador works not only as Ambassador of International Relations in the United Kingdom but also as Dean of Ambassadors of Latin America and as the President of International Coffee Organizations of Honduras.
Caribe Coffee Co.
Oct 06, 2022
Hi Mike, as you will know Cafea Arabica grows very poorly in non shaded areas so on a basic level doing so would be counterproductive on every level. Our farm info are available in the about us section of our website and all of our coffee is certified Specialty Cafea Arabica. Keep up the good work!
Oct 06, 2022
Can you guarantee that your coffee is NOT open sun produced?