Augusta's Organic Breakfast

Augusta's Organic Roast
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Augusta's Organic Breakfast

from 15.00

Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth

Namesake
Grandmother Augusta: Inviting, nurturing, warm

Origin
Peru - Selva Andia

Our Notes
Bright and balanced with a brown sugar sweetness.

This coffee is ideal as drip or press pot; it also makes a balanced, organic espresso and is delicious iced.

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About Nossa Familia's Organic Certified Coffee

Our Augusta's Organic Breakfast and Camila's Organic roasts rotate seasonally between two Organic coffee suppliers, one cooperative in Peru (Selva Andina) and the other in Guatemala (Asociación Unión de Pequeños Caficultores - UPC).

About the Origin: Selva Andina

This coffee from Selva Andina (‘Andean Forest’), or The Association of Coffee Producers of the Andean Forest, comes to us through Sustainable Harvest. Selva Andina is a cooperative located in the northern region of Peru. It is a democratically-run collective of smallholder coffee communities of the Cajamarca and Amazonas regions that focuses on sustainable agriculture and consistently produces high-quality coffee. In its own words, the organization is “committed to sustainable coffee production, preserving the environment and improving the living standards of its members.” Selva Andina works to strengthen capacities in organic production and marketing of premium products, while also contributing to the development of the local producers’ communities. The organization has obtained USDA, EU & Peruvian organic certifications, as well as Fair Trade certification.

About the Origin: Guatemala - Asociación Unión de Pequeños Caficultores (UPC)

UPC is a cooperative that was formed in 1998 in Huehuetenango, a regional name of Guatemala that has become synonymous with excellent coffee full of flavor and character. There are currently around 160 active member farmers, with approximately a 50-50 split between men and women members, and a robust and deliberate program for supporting women farmers in particular. The Association offers funding and facilities to its associates for the production of coffee, a micro-credit program for members to take out small loans to purchase land or equipment, provides technical assistance to member farmers, and coordinates training activities on coffee cultivation and processing. They believe that in this way, its members will produce a better product that will help raise the standard of living of their families and of the community.

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