100% arabica monorigine high-sea coffee produced by the Cooperativa Integral Agricola Nueva Esperanza del Bosque. Cultivated on the slopes of the mountain at 1500-1600 mslm in the Aldea El Bosque area of Guatemala, it is collected with the picking technique (hand harvested with several steps), processed through the "washed" method, and imported by the Shadhilly Cooperative, in accordance with fair trade criteria. Hand-toasted respecting cooking times and temperatures, times and cooling modes, to best preserve the organoleptic characteristics of the more than 600 natural components of a coffee bean. The triple layer PET sachet ensures the correct preservation of coffee and is recyclable as plastic.
The Shadilly cooperative imports raw, conventional and organic coffee from Guatemala, Uganda and Haiti. Its main objectives are: - to guarantee a fair price and a decent income for small producers; accompany producers towards an improvement in quality and a rapprochement with formal organic certification; to raise consumer awareness and to make them part of the attempt to change from the unfair current trade rules.
Shadilly with its work, commitment and passion wants to make its contribution to the development of a new way of conceiving the economy and well-being by favoring the meeting between conscious consumers and small ethical producers in the countries of the South of the world, who must be guaranteed a decent income, organizing commercial relationships not focused on profit,but on respect, sustainability and ethics.
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Da Michele A. il 14 Feb. 2018 (Coffee Shadilly El Bosque Ground Moka 250gr) :
Le storie che fanno bene
Il caffè è indubbiamente di alta qualità, ma per chi non si accontenta della bontà, l'invito è a conoscere la storia di questo caffè, della comunità che stava per abbandonare la piantagione e il villaggio, e grazie al progetto di commercio equo e solidale ha riacquistato la propria dignità ed il diritto di decidere del proprio futuro... altro che le cazzate di George Clooney sul caffè della Nestlè!!!