CIVIL EATS: Pachamama One of the Most Sustainable Coffee Roasters

It's an honor to be named one of the Ten of the Most Sustainable Coffee Businesses in the United States by Civil Eats! Read the full article here. Pachamama Coffee Cooperative "Named for what translates to “Mother Earth” in indigenous Andean culture, Pachamama Coffee Cooperative brands itself as 100 percent farmer-owned. The Sacramento-based company works … Continue reading CIVIL EATS: Pachamama One of the Most Sustainable Coffee Roasters

VIDEO – Bee-friendly, organic coffee farm in Nicaragua

Description: Tour the small-scale organic coffee farm owned by Heriberto Alteminaro and his family in Nicaragua. Organic production on the farm is not only good for the coffee, but it's good for the water and the environment. Which, of course, is good for the birds, the bees and the farmers themselves. Farmer Owner: Heriberto Alteminaro Cooperative: PRODECOOP … Continue reading VIDEO – Bee-friendly, organic coffee farm in Nicaragua

VIDEO – Coffee Origin – Guatemala

  In October, CoffeeCSA.org featured Rosa Ortiz, a small-scale organic farmer in Guatemala. Her farm is in Santa Clara Laguna in the Solola region of southwestern Guatemala. While Arabica coffee is her main source of income, Rosa’s farm also produces a variety of crops for her family and for bartering within her community. Rosa’s farm is a member … Continue reading VIDEO – Coffee Origin – Guatemala

A Woman Coffee Producer Shares her Story from Guatemala

Coffee producer and Pachamama Coffee Cooperatve member, Caterina Yac, talks about her love of working in the coffee industry and how her production goes directly to Pachamama to “have more income for our family, and to have more work for the organization.” Caterina's 3 acre farm is at 4,000+ feet elevation in Santa Clara Laguna, … Continue reading A Woman Coffee Producer Shares her Story from Guatemala