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Nicaragua - San Rafael del Norte - SACUANJOCHE -Washed- Bio,ROC - FFL

Sacuanjoche

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ParainemaCaturra rougeCatimorWashed

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About this coffee

In Nicaragua's coffee sector, over 95% of households earn less than $3 per day and live without sanitation facilities or running water. In this region, farmers cultivate an area of around 5ha.

Cosecha Partners is a social enterprise born in 2012 from the desire to build a more sustainable local agriculture. Founded by John Gohring and Pilar Martinez, it is a pioneer in the development of an inclusive and regenerative agricultural supply chain for the organic food industry.

To date, the company has helped over 1,500 small-scale farmers. More than 50 small producers have gained access to financial facilities enabling them to pre-finance their production and develop their projects.

Cosecha also provides farmers with training in organic and regenerative farming practices, improving both the quality of the coffee produced and the sustainability of the land.

Between 2022 and 2023, Cosecha Partners distributed a total of $20,044 to FFL (Fair For Life) certified producers in San Rafael del Norte, made up of 50 families. The decision was made to use this fund for direct contributions, as part of a social protection program.

The fund has enabled households to meet their basic needs and necessities during a period of intense economic hardship, in terms of food, housing, access to healthcare and coverage of school fees.

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  • Origin

    Nicaragua
  • Region

    Jinotega
  • Terroir

    San Rafael del Norte
  • Species

    Arabica
  • Varieties

    Parainema,

    Caturra rouge,

    Catimor

  • Process

    Washed

  • Drying

    Patios

  • Altitude

    1200
  • Harvest period

    October - December
  • Type of harvest

    Manual

The region Jinotega

Department located in the central area of Nicaragua, Jinotega has 4 coffee-producing mountain ranges which are: Isabela, San Juan del Río Coco, Wiwili and Apanásen. Jinotega represents 38% of Arabica coffee production in Nicaragua and together with Matagalpa, they represent almost 70% of national coffee production.

Coffee is grown from 800 meters in the driest areas to 1,500 meters of altitude in the wetter areas; All the producing mountain ranges have exceptional agroecological conditions because they are highly fertile, with a high diversity of nutrients and a wide biodiversity of fauna and flora. The soils in the highest areas are of volcanic origin while the rest are lands formed by river sediments.

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2022/2023

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Density

732g/l

Humidity level

11.5%

Water activity

0.6093aw


Screen

+13


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