Café Ético was created by CoDevelopment Canada, a BC-based non-profit 20 years ago. Since then, we have been buying directly from farmer associations in Latin America. Today, we continue to pay at least 20% over the fair trade minimum. 


Coffee partners

Café ético is proud of its close relationship with its major partners: The Flor de Dalia Cooperative, The Pancasán Association of Coffee Producers (ACOPAN), and The Campesino Committee of the Highlands (CCDA).


Flor de Dalia Co-operative

This group of 217 growers (138 men and 79 women) was founded in 2004. They are spread over 18 communities in the municipality of Tuma la Dalia, Matagalpa Department, Nicaragua.

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Flor de Pancasan Co-operative

There are 316 partners in this venture. It serves 14 communities near the town of Matiguas, Matagalpa. It dates to May , 2006.

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The Campesino Committee of the Highlands (CCDA)

The CCDA is an indigenous peasant organization committed to social justice in Guatemala. The CCDA was founded in 1982 in response to rising human rights violations of Guatemala’s 36-year civil war.

 

Partners


Become a Partner

If you would like to partner with us, fill out the form below and one of our staff members will get back to you.