The contest's awarding ceremony will take place in April at Parque del Café in Montenegro, Quindío
As the representative of Colombia's more than 500 thousand coffee growing families, the FNC condemns all forms of child abuse, exploitation or labor that compromise the emotional development, health, or education of children. This is why, for over 89 years, the federation has developed investment programs that stimulate children's access to education, knowledge transfer from generation to generation, and social equity.
The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) is making steady progress in meeting the objectives outlined in its 2015-2020 Strategic Plan. Approved by Colombia’s coffee growers during the National Congress of Coffee Growers, the Strategic Plan is the road map for achieving the coffee industry we want in the upcoming five years.
The most significant service of the National Coffee Fund
The FNC’s program that combinet three concepts together: envivonmente, conservation, economic equity and social responsability.
Sustainability for us is neither a tendency nor a trend; it is our reason for being
• Economic sustainability of producers, productivity, adaptation to climate change, rural development, socioeconomic indicators, price volatility, generational change, and labor costs are some of the issues to be discussed at the forum.