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Coffee Origin: Caranavi Province, Yungas Region, South America
Coffee Certifications: Fair Trade Organic & Shade Grown
This special Bolivian Caranavi has a soft lilac & honey aroma, medium body, notes of semi-sweet chocolate & cranberry and hints of mango & tangerine in the finish.
Our Bolivian Caranavi coffee is the highest quality specialty grade bean available.
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This outstanding shade grown coffee comes from the semitropical Caranavi Province in the Department of La Paz, a region with elevations ranging from 4,000 to 5,900 feet above sea level. The coffee is processed through The Federation of Coffee Exporting Producers of Bolivia (FECAFEB). The Federation works to support, defend, and protect the interests and rights of the coffee producers and their families. They also have a widespread training program on how to create a quality product, maintain an organic process, and they have a financial services arm that provides credit & loans for the farmers.
FECAFEB a stable and strong organization, leader in the Bolivian coffee culture, managing business with a broad social base that represents and defends the interests of its members with equity always promoting their sustainable development.
FECAFEB contributes to the improvement of life and living conditions of the coffee producing families, provides and facilitates services for the complete coffee production chain in alliance with other institutions. FECAFEB promotes the unity and integration of the coffee sector.
*Promotion of Bolivian Organic Coffee and establishment of business contacts for member organizations.
*Development of national and international markets through the offer of a competitive product.
*Representation of coffee producers in national and international public and private organizations, institutions and networks.
*Development of policies for a sustainable coffee sector.
*Promotion of coffee production and productivity, as well as support for the cultural development of coffee producing families.
*Contribute to the entrepreneurial development of the coffee producing sector.
*To strengthen the presence of the coffee sector in the public sector.
Flag description: Three equal, horizontal bands of red (top), yellow, and green with the coat of arms centered on the yellow band; red stands for bravery and the blood of national heroes, yellow for the nation's mineral resources, and green for the fertility of the land.
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