Greater coffee begins with the finest organic arabica beans available in the world. We test each batch in small hand crafted roasters to ensure the optimal temperature and time, then use state of the art roasters to ensure that every bean is roasted to its peak flavor. Every bag is carefully packaged to allow for natural gases to escape but no oxygen to get in, ensuring your coffee is as fresh as the day it was roasted.
Our coffee is sourced exclusively from women-led co-ops in Ethiopia, Colombia, and Indonesia that we have partnered with since 2014. By partnering with these co-ops every drip invests in female entrepreneurs and empowers women through financial independence. Each co-op has continued to grow, providing more employment to more women each year. On top of that, 100% of the profits from your purchase helps Grace Farms' work to end forced labor worldwide. Grace Farms Foundation works with partners such as not-for-profits, businesses, and government agencies to identify new ways of combatting modern slavery.
We believe that every morning is an opportunity to make a positive difference in the world. Our days start with a delicious cup of coffee that promotes fairer trading conditions, and in turn combat issues like poverty, child labor, gender inequality, and climate change. We are excited to introduce our Single Origin Asoprosierra (Colombia) and Single Origin Ketiara (Indonesia) whole bean coffees that are both Fairtrade and USDA organic certified. Fairtrade is the the gold standard of fair trade certifications in an analysis conducted by Fair World Project, an independent advocacy group promoting fair trade for small-scale producers and labor justice for workers around the world. We are working with all our coffee partners to have all our coffees certified Fairtrade and organic by 2022.