COMMITTED TO SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE DIRECT TRADE COFFEE
We don’t consume coffee in the same ways that our grandparents did so why are people still sourcing it like them? Those Coffee People take a unique approach to sourcing the most remarkable green coffee beans for the modern day roasters and importers by:
- Eliminating the uncertainty of large-scale wholesalers and establishing direct trade contacts, so you know exactly where your coffee was grown and harvested, and by whom
- Engaging in the ultimate knowledge sharing process by gaining first hand expertise and experience across the supply chain
- Offering complimentary marketing services to all of our customers in order for them to share their coffee’s story with their final customer
We know that coffee is a story, and we are here to help
you make your story extraordinary.
WHERE WE HAVE SUPPLIED OUR COFFEE BEANS
Those Coffee People are a trusted specialty coffee supplier for small businesses and other companies and have exported to clients across 13 countries on 5 continents. Next, let’s add your country’s flag to the map!
OUR SOURCING MODEL
A perfect farm to cup experience
A WORD FROM OUR PARTNERS
“For us, Those Coffee People is a great ally, they share our same passion for coffee. They have provided a transparent and equitable business model, giving a lot of value to our work and coffee. This has allowed that many people from different cultures and countries get to know not only our beans but also us, as people, allowing them to get closer to the passion we have for everything around coffee. For us they are a great ally.”
– Paula from Finca Santa Elena.
“Working with Those Coffee People has been a very important advantage for us because we count on them to carry new processes in the farm. We don’t depend on an international price, we have a different added value, they pay us really good, we know they are counting on us for the coffee we deliver and they have been key for the transformation that the farm has been going through in the last years.” – Manuel from Finca Las Brisas.
“As coffee growers today we are fulfilling a dream: to put our coffee on the international market. This thanks to Those Coffee People, with this alliance we have managed to improve the quality of life of our families, since they pay us coffee at fair prices. Every day we are determined to improve our processes on the farm since we do not have to worry about commercialization.” – Elkin from Támesis.
“For Proyecto Renacer, working with Those Coffee People has meant evolution, since by integrating with Those Coffee People, we have been able to focus our efforts on where we really know how to add value: The development of new coffees. Now we don’t make efforts to find new customers or open new markets but in developing new coffees for customers and markets that our allies Those Coffee People have managed to develop. This has made it possible for us to invest our resources and efforts in our benefit processes and in our community, at the same time, that we are improving our sale prices.” – Cristian from Finca La Sierra.
“Honestly we are very grateful with Those Coffee People because they made our dream came true. We tried to bring our coffee to USA for five years and we were having issues with the direct trade. Those Coffee People helped us with all the process, they even tried the coffee and checked everything was adequate to be able to export it well. We are so happy with them, with Jennifer, Daniel and everyone in the team and we are looking forward to keep working with them in the future. ” – Sebastián from Angostura, Colombia / North Carolina, USA.
Working closely alongside the Core Team is an unparalleled group of partners and associates that make this entire process possible, including:
- Mentors and advisors with combined experience spanning centuries
- Extensive shipping and logistics network
- Farmer and coffee cooperative network
- In-house audio-visual professional to capture the story of each of our coffees.
MEDELLIN – OUR HOME CITY
Learn more about why we are based in this beautiful Colombian Andean city from our blog post here.