Almacafé

Almacafé

As general warehouses of coffee deposit and logistic arm of the FNC, Almacafé is a company created in 1965 that has established itself as a strategic partner of Colombian coffee growers thanks to the services it offers:

Milling, roasting, grinding, packing and transport to port, as well as reception, storage, import-export procedures and customs agency. The company is dedicated to transforming coffee into a marketable product with the highest quality standards.

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Agrocafé

Agrocafé

Agroinsumos del Café is an agency and support company that markets fertilizers and agricultural inputs.

Founded in 1999 by the coffee grower cooperatives and the FNC, Agrocafé has wide experience in plant nutrition to advise producers on the most suitable coffee fertilizers and good agricultural practices.

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Buencafé

Buencafé

The Buencafé freeze-dried coffee factory opened its doors in 1973. Thanks to the raw material and freeze drying process it uses, it is a leading company in production and selling of soluble coffee of the highest quality.

Honoring its mission, Buencafé has established itself as one of the companies that add most value to Colombian coffee growers.

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Cafecert

Cafecert

The Colombian Coffee Certification Foundation is responsible for guaranteeing the quality and origin of Colombian coffee as a way to build trust in the coffee market and in society in general.

It provides its services to threshers, toasters, decaffeinators and solubilizers, both national and international.

CRECE

CRECE

Created in 1986, the Center for Regional Coffee and Business Studies conducts studies and generates knowledge that guide decision making, design and implementation of agricultural development and rural poverty reduction programs with a regional perspective.

This includes creating a more efficient, sustainable, profitable and resilient economy for coffee production, one of the most important agricultural activities in Colombia.

The four specific research areas at Crece are: regional development; coffee economy; social and institutional development, and education.

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Coffee Ecological Foundation (FEC)

Coffee Ecological Foundation (FEC)

Created in 1997 by the Caldas Coffee Growers Committee, it implements socio-environmental development projects and programs in the coffee regions within its area of influence, partnering with municipal and regional entities and decentralized institutions.

Among the most relevant are the Río Magdalena Forest Program (FNC-KfW), Women Coffee Growers Sowing Environmental Sustainability, ecofriendly basic sanitation, and production of coffee seedlings and rural supplies.

Manuel Mejía Foundation (FMM)

Manuel Mejía Foundation (FMM)

As the academic arm of the FNC, the Manuel Mejía Foundation was created in 1961 to help improve Colombian agriculture, promote the well-being of coffee growers, their families and communities, and train the technical staff responsible for transferring the different research and development advances to producers.

All this through design, development and implementation of in-person and online training programs.

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Juan Valdez Café

Juan Valdez Café

This flagship store chain was created in 2002 by the FNC to capture greater value in the coffee chain and thus improve income of Colombian growers.

Juan Valdez® is the only brand of international relevance owned by coffee producers.

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Coffee Park

Coffee Park

Considered one of the most important theme parks in Latin America, the Coffee Park pays tribute to Colombian coffee growers, in a perfect mix of fun, landscape, culture, adrenaline, coffee, art, tradition, architecture, gastronomy, adventure, joy and health. spreading.

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