A $4 million farmer loan initiative in partnership with the Inter-American Developmental Bank (IDB) will support 2,000 mainly women farmers in Colombia.
Starbucks today announced that it will increase its investments in agronomy and technology training to support the next generation of Colombian coffee farmers.
Photographer Joshua Trujillo documented a Starbucks Origin Trip to Rwanda in April, where Starbucks partners from around the world visit farmers who grow coffee to better learn, understand and connect. Here he shares his experience.
They came from Europe, the Middle East and Africa. For the next four days, the 35 Starbucks partners from around the world will be immersed in the origin of coffee in the East African nation of Rwanda
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Coffee farmers in Colombia faced challenges maintaining their crops during the country’s 50-year civil war. An alliance between Starbucks and the U.S. Embassy, through its Agency for International Development (USAID) is now helping farmers refocus on their crops with an emphasis on coffee quality.