1.We Source and Curate
We source sustainable, traceable green coffee from our select network of trusted producers who meet our high standards of quality and ethical business practices.
2.You Select Your Coffee
Pick from a curated selection of sustainable coffees, packaged in 36lb boxes for your small business’ green coffee needs.
3.We Deliver to Your Door
We ship your coffee at a straightforward flat shipping rate, without any hidden costs
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Coffee Essentials leverages the wider Sucafina sourcing program to bring roasters a new set of coffee origins and qualities, delivered as part of our 36lbs program. Designed with the roaster in mind, these coffees are traceable, value-driven, and flexible solutions for any roasting program. Our first collection of Coffee Essentials has been carefully curated to include coffees that work as well in a blend as they do as standalone single-origins.
As one of the leaders in Sustainably-sourced coffees in North America, we constantly get requests from Roasters that believe in our mission. Up until today, the only way to source from us was by buying at least a pallet of coffee, which for many Roasters, is unattainable. Our team has been working for over a year in a box program that provides a seamless, reliable online experience for you. Our goal is to create a product that is easy to handle for smaller roasters, and that provides a new way to experience the Relationship Coffee Model we are known for in the specialty coffee industry.
Relationship Coffee transforms traditionally linear supply chains into engines for transparency, collaboration, and shared success. By bringing all coffee stakeholders to the table and fostering an environment of radical transparency, the Relationship Coffee Model creates the foundation for sustainable business. Leveraging actors outside of the traditional supply chain, such as philanthropy, government, nonprofits, and financial institutions results in increased shared value, most importantly in the form of improved farmer livelihoods and greater supplies of high-quality coffee.