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Transparency Report
Our transparency report lists the price paid to producers for every coffee we have ever purchased.
 
It's time to start an honest and open discussion about the prices paid to producers.
All our coffee has been purchased for well over the C-Price and Fair Trade price for coffee and it always will be. 
This is the only way to ensure economic sustainability by making sure the producers not only cover costs, but also make a profit.
2021 Report
These were the prices paid to producers before any shipping, haulage, storage and export/import fees.

Finca Los Angeles Cup of Excellence #5 (El Salvador) - We paid $5.00 per lb.

This is 323.2% more than the Fair Trade price and 348.9% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Bwishaza Lot 4 (Rwanda) - We paid $4.08 per lb.

This is 191.4% more than the Fair Trade price and 266.3% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Mió Microlot 1939 (Brazil) - (Direct Trade) We paid $3.15 per lb.

This is 125% more than the Fair Trade price and 182.8% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Miguel Padilla Chinguel Experimental Microlot (Peru) - We paid $2.70 per lb.

This is 92.9% more than the Fair Trade price and 142.4% more than the average C Price for 2020.

2020 Report
These were the prices paid to producers before any shipping, haulage, storage and export/import fees.

Sagera Lot 3 (Ethiopia) - We paid $2.75 per lb.

This is 96.4% more than the Fair Trade price and 170.1% more than the average C Price for 2019.

Mustefa Abakeno Microlot (Ethiopia) - We paid $3.25 per lb.

This is 132.1% more than the Fair Trade price and 219.2% more than the average C Price for 2019.

Blanca Rosa Melgar Experimental Microlot (Honduras) - We paid $1.75 per lb.

This is 25.0% more than the Fair Trade price and 71.9% more than the average C Price for 2019.

For more information on the price of coffee check out our blog post:

Let’s talk about the cost of coffee