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In 1927, the Colombian coffee growers joined together to create an organization that would represent them nationally and internationally, work for their well-being and improve their quality of life.




The FNC announces national, departmental and municipal measures to prevent spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)

It implements national campaign “Everybody’s health is everybody’s business.” Ver más

Colombian coffee production falls 28% in April

In the last 12 months, production tops 14 million bagsDue to some restrictions and limitations in the current health situation, production and exports decrease. In April, Colombian coffee exports fell 32% to 592,000 bags of 60kg from the 872,000 bags exported in April 2019.Bogota, May 5, 2020 (FNC Press Office) – In April, coffee production in Colombia,… Ver más


Jairo Díaz

Jairo Díaz

Cauca coffee farmer

“The Extension Service is the soul and backbone of the work we do as coffee growers on our farms; it is the continued support and guidance that we have to apply the latest technology. My parents were coffee growers, but we grew coffee in the traditional way; when the extension team arrived, it allowed us to make a big change and have a much safer and more viable farm.”

Juan Acuña

Juan Acuña

Sevilla coffee grower, in Valle del Cauca

“When we decide to grow coffee, we must keep in mind that we must be environmentally sustainable; in reforestation, we must seek to establish a conservation corridor, with native trees, over the basins and rivers.”

Julieth Mera

Julieth Mera

Cauca coffee grower

“The FNC elections allow us, as coffee growers, to choose our leaders and representatives and are key to define our future and that of our coffee union.”

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