It is the service most valued by producers and is also seen as a fair trade mechanism. The coffee growers have this service on a continuous basis, in addition to the logistic and collection capacity offered by the FNC through an extensive network of over 500 points of purchase nationwide owned by 33 coffee cooperatives.

This service began in 1958 and guarantees producers the purchase of their coffee at the best base price in the market, paid in cash, calculated transparently, without intermediaries, in places close to their farms and throughout the entire year.

This extensive network is present even in the most remote places of the national geography, so that producers can sell their coffee in places close to their farms, avoiding considerable transportation costs.