How It Works
1. We find the best coffee farmers in the world.
As a farmer-owned business, CoffeeCSA has access to the finest coffee from some of the best small-scale coffee farmers around the world.
We grow great coffee, import it, roast it, and deliver it directly to your door. By skipping all the middlemen (no brokers, importers, roasters or supermarkets here!), you drink better coffee and our farmers earn a better living.
2. You select a CSA subscription.
If you choose to pre-pay, like a micro-loan, we will dedicate at least 50% of your payment towards financing the annual coffee harvest. Plus, we will guarantee your delivery of fresh-roasted coffee at harvest. In the event one farmer fails, we will deliver coffee from a similar farm or refund your payment.
3. We roast-to-order and deliver monthly.
We roast coffee daily in small batches at our partner roastery in Northern California. Your monthly subscription will ship every four weeks, unless you notify us otherwise. It is easy to manage your CoffeeCSA account. You may place orders on-hold and even elect to deliver orders to a local food bank, should you be out-of-town.
100% of the coffee we roast is certified organic and grown under shade-canopy by small farmers. To learn more, visit our Frequently Asked Questions.
4. You enjoy farm-fresh coffee. Our farmers prepare a new harvest.
You enjoy farm-fresh coffee from responsible family farms around the world. With access to the full retail price of their coffee ($12-16 per pound!), CoffeeCSA farmers have much greater incentive to invest in their coffee, in turn leading to a better harvest for you next year. Repeat business is important for farmers, it gives them incentive to stay on the farm and to invest in organic production!
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Our 100% Farmer-Owned Business Model
CoffeeCSA is a project of Pachamama Coffee Cooperative, a unique international coffee cooperative that is 100% farmer-owned. Pachamama Coffee Cooperative is owned by a number of democratically-run local cooperatives that, in turn, are owned by thousands of small-scale farmers, including those featured on this website.