Promotion and advertising

Rural Extension Service

We do research and transfer technology

Purchase guarantee

Smart Coffee ID Card/Smart Coffee Card

The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) promotes the use of the Smart Coffee ID Card and Smart Coffee Card among the certified coffee growers, so that they can use it easily and safely and access all the banking benefits it offers:
– To receive the payment for the sale of their coffee at the Coffee Growers Cooperative.

– They have access to bank operations and purchases in more than 260,000 points: Agricultural Provision Warehouses, Cooperative Purchase Points, ATMs of any network, Bank Correspondents and Aval Group Offices, and commercial establishments where they can use their Smart Coffee Card with preferential fees. In addition, they can do transactions online and under the ACH system.

– Withdrawal and sending of money, deposits and savings in their bank account.



Colombian Caribbean Coffee Call

The Profitability Kit can be yours

Smart Coffee Card or Card

ICEG 2019

Learn to sell your coffee

The institutional coffee marketing process is structured based on the purchase guarantee: from the base price quoted on the New York C Contract (NYKC), coffee quality is rewarded through the yield factor process and specialty coffee programs. In addition, price protection tools and a model for exporting coffee in small quantities, which contribute to profitability of Colombian coffee-growing families, are made available to producers.

Coffee in Colombia

In Colombia, over 2.2 million people depend economically and directly on coffee farming, that is, about 25% of the rural population in 22 of the country’s 32 departments and in 600 municipalities (53% of the total). 

But coffee, in addition to being a driving force for regional economies, continues having an important weight in the Colombian economy, as it represents over 8% of total exports and contributes about 12% of the Gross Domestic Agricultural Product. All this is based on an economy of family farms in which 96% of producers have less than 5 hectares planted with coffee.

Agrometeorological Bulletin

In this publication you will find climate information about the Colombian coffee regions each month of the year, and how it relates to agronomic practices for coffee cultivation depending on the region and the crop growth state.


Coffee Harvest