From the farmer
This coffee comes from smallholder farmers in Northern Chiapas region of Mexico. For decades, this region has been at the epicenter of political an ethnic conflicts. The Zapatista movement prevented any large coffee farms from coming into existence due to their demands for indigenous rights and land access. Consequently, coffee has been cultivated mainly by small to micro-holders, often descendents of indigenous tribes. They generally produce micro lots between 10-15 bags. To help ensure economic transparency in such small yet complex supply chains, InterAmerican works closely with local communities to bridge any gaps that tear at the seams of traceability required lineage.
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Region: Chiapas, Mexico
Varietal: Bourbon, Caturra, Typica and Catuai