As part of our commitment to sustainability and our farmers, we meet with our network of producers to share new techniques on better farm management. This past September 24-25th, we gathered 60 of the 87 coffee farmers we work along with in the region of Ocotepeque to educate them on microorganisms, natural fertilizers, and other areas of sustainability that also meet the requirements for certifications as Rainforest Alliance, 4C, UTZ, and C.A.F.E. Practices as these producers’ farms are certified coffees.
Very exciting news for the coffee lovers in Germany! Tchibo will be launching our family’s coffee from Finca Cerro Bueno in a special presentation called Cafissimo Márcala very soon! Be on the look out as we would love for you to experience our well balanced, smooth coffee with a nougat taste.
In Honduras, September 10th is a very special date in the calendar as is the national children’s day. We celebrate with joy this day because we want to share with others the importance of protecting our children’s rights although we believe in celebrating their rights every single day.
We take the time to go to three different schools in the coffee farm región of Los Planes and Ocotepeque to bring cakes, piñatas, games, and toys to these children with almost no resources.
This year we had great success reaching out to hundreds of people in the community of Los Planes with medical and orthodontics brigades.
This is a small community in the mountains of Honduras, close to reknown coffee region of Marcala, where Access to medicine is very scarce. The projec took a whole team of logistics to coordinate but with more than 40 doctors in our team, we were able to attend over 800 people that came to our farm Bethel.
We are already planning our next brigade to be even greater!
Join us in this movement for health in rural communities in Honduras!