At Belco, we consider that our way of sourcing green coffee must make real sense to have a positive impact on the sector. This is why we opted for a well thought-out and well-structured sourcing, focusing on the real needs of the producers and roasters involved in our ecosystem, whilst concentrating exclusively on coffees of a higher quality than standard ones
This pragmatic approach has allowed us to build long-standing preferential relationships with quality-minded producers who appreciate our commitment to the entirety of their production of superior quality coffees, and not just a few microlots which would not enable their activity to be profitable.
This philosophy also allows us to meet the changing needs which we are faced with in a high-growth market without ever making concessions on traceability and the quality of coffees we represent.
First of all comes the durability of relationships, since we like to place people at the very heart of our approach and we feel that the only way to create durable value is to build over the long term. This allows us to invest in a sustainable and profitable farming model as well as to innovate.
Our sourcing is also highly focused on finding the right blend of environmental and economic durability on the farms.
We believe that you shouldn't only look to promote quality in the cup or the history of a coffee, but also the choices of a producer in terms of farming practices. We care about representing environmentally friendly processes, which are both concerned with consumer health and are profitable in the long term.
We also decided on a sourcing policy highly engaged with our partners for ongoing improvement and innovation through the action of our agronomists in the field;.