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You are not quite sure yet what’s your favorite coffee to contribute to a more just coffee industry? No worries! What we know, is that every sip Moyee Coffee counts! WOOhoo!
You can not have it strong enough? Then we have created this coffee for you. Step into the darkness and enjoy a super intense, full-bodied, deliciously bitter coffee with earthy flavors and a dark chocolate taste. We present African dark roasted coffee.
The beans come from Uganda, Kenya, and the Congo. The beans are roasted in Kenya.
First, you easily choose the blend, grind, and weight you want to try. No worries, you are always able to adjust this.
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The FairChain model leaves half the value in the country of origin and you, get the very best coffee at a price fair price, benefiting everyone in the chain.
Never an empty kitchen cabinet and 10,000 karma points. Welcome to the revolution!
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Seriously folks we created a unique tool that allows you to stop, pause and change your subscriptions in seconds. Our promise: the joys, not the burdens of a subscription.
Advantages Being able to plan ahead brings all kinds of benefits. Not only for our farmers and roasters but also for us. And you know how we are… we share this benefit with you too, of course. Our efficiency goal: salary increase for farmer and roaster and decrease for you.
Your fixed purchase allows us to better predict how much coffee we can purchase from our farmers and roasters, providing security. Together, we help farmers and invest in businesses in coffee-producing countries.
We pay the farmer on average 300% more than the Fairtrade market price. Without increasing the price to you. We invest heavily in farmer training to increase the yield and quality of their crops and in other livable income programs. Check out our impact report.
By roasting and packaging in the country of origin, we leave 500% more value behind. This makes these countries less dependent on development aid and creates valuable jobs for the youth.
We teach farmers to use the forest carefully. Instead of always burning down forests for a new piece of land, our coffee is grown on a biodiverse piece of land among other plants in the forest. So by drinking Moyee, you contribute to forest conservation and because we help our farmers plant additional trees, our entire chain is CO2 neutral!
Currently, 90% of the total value of coffee goes into the pockets of a handful of large multinational companies we call Big Coffee. This means that coffee farmers are left with only 10% of the value. However, no expenses have been added to this value, because in the end only 2% is added value, the source of development and profit! We are entrepreneurs, but this imbalance is unjustifiable! Hence Moyee.
We think it’s unfair that $800 billion is spent on marketing worldwide every year. With this amount, we could eliminate hunger in the world.
To be honest, we’re not a fan of spending money on marketing either. We’d rather invest that money in our value chain – in our farmers, in their community, in you, or in your friends.
Either way, we need to continue to grow as a social enterprise. Therefore, we offer you a 3x 50% subscription deal, so can easily get used to FairChain coffee right to your doorstep.
Sorry for the party pooping but to get farmers at the bottom of the pyramid to a living income and power them to fight climate change on our behalf it’s not an easy fix. Swipe right to see our yearly developments to reach the living income goal.
First ISO certified roastery in Ethiopia set up. The FairChain impact model starts with investing in value adding activities. we want more development and less aid.
First 80 farmers in our FairChain farming program with the aim to get the poorest smallholder farmers to earn a living income. Living income is a human right that should be at the core of any coffee company’s business model.
We were the first to conduct a living income benchmark study in Ethiopia. Without this, any living income claim is just storytelling. Getting smallholder farmers at the bottom of the pyramid to a living income is not an easy fix and needs a detailed theory of change.
We were the first to get Speciality Coffee quality from farmers that previously delivered commercial-grade poverty coffee. We bring 3rd wave, direct trade coffee quality to the bottom of the pyramid. We call this 4th wave coffee.
Moyee goes beyond storytelling to story-proving. That’s why we’ve put our farmer payments on the blockchain. Easy to check and the starting point of many living income experiments to come – check the latest harvest on circularreport.fairchain.org
Investing in a wet mil became part of our living income roadmap. Washing coffee cherries increase coffee quality and thus farmer income. The wet mill offers value-adding jobs to a staff of 8 and 64 seasonal workers of which many are women who never had any income before. It paved the way for our woman empowerment program.
This field training had the focus on the implementation and production of compost to increase coffee quality and yield and prevent the use of chemical fertilizers as seen in e.g. Brazil and Kenya, The training showed the production, use, and advantages of compost. It secures by default organic coffee production.
Within the Limmu area, many farmers must deal with old, poorly managed trees. This results in lower production and declining income. Our training reversed this trend and paved the way for our next living income intervention > we learned that investing in new trees could double farmers’ income. Our 1 Mio tree revolution was born.
Our hard work and training was rewarded by Rainforest Alliance. This was the first time that a group of non-organized individual farmers in Ethiopia was RFA certified. Although we don’t believe in certification per se it helps our farmers to sell to customers that do.
The first study on how to reach young women via digitization. Read the report > blog
In the same year, we helped set up a Women Empowerment Committee that led to 1/3 of female participation in the successful financial empowerment program, banking nearly 400 farmers.
First to implement blockchain farmer wallets. It is the start of radical transparency about earnings and provenance and enables tokenized premiums and payments for farm input and services.
First to implement a blockchain-based coffee tree planting program that allows Moyee consumers to transfer value directly to our farmers, revolutionizing the conventional consumer-producer relationship and a crucial step towards a REAL living income as each tree generates 10e extra income for the farmers. On top of this our unique insetting program turns Moyee coffee Carbon Positive.
Financial training to 100 farmers to participate in the first blockchain-powered microloan offered by coffee drinkers. Connecting these loans to certain offtakes makes them virtually risk-free. Current Micro Finance solutions work with 25%+ interest rates, our aim is 5% max creating huge opportunities for farmers to become bankable and invest in their farms.
Extreme hard Covid and war situation made it difficult for farmers to come to the wet mil. For those who came we raised the coffee price from 42 to 63 ct per kilo cherry (around 4,8e kilo roasted) and decided to keep it like this as it proved to be the Living Income Reference Price we were looking for. I see living income roadmap results here
The second wet mill opened in Limmu to scale up the smallholder program to 568 farmers.
270 HA of coffee forest adopted in Mizan to experiment with agroforestry that combines the need for scale, to get to profitable farming, with biodiversity to be adopted by 30.000 farmers in that region.
Started with digitizing the first 12.000 farmers in Mizan together with the Bench Maij Coop, testing living income and carbon calculation tools developed in Kenya and Uganda.
Investment in Extraction technology to turn waste streams into value-creating substantial income potential for farmers.
A lot of interest in circularity focuses on close-to-home initiatives. Moyee participates in many of those initiatives but our focus is on turning waste streams into value at the farmer level. Zero Poverty, Zero Carbon, Zero Waste
The first Child labor study was done, and community-led ideation sessions were organized to identify and find a solution for the reasons for child labor. Read the blog here.
We are finalizing a 360k intervention program.
A lot of impressive stuff coming up. We will bring our learnings on carbon credits and agro forestry from Uganda and Kenya to the 12.000 Ethiopian farmers in our program.
Read our full impact report here
The second roastery was set up. 100% owned by Moyee to ensure full focus on the impact of the whole value chain.
Invested in bio fertilizer production to replace chemicals and reduce carbon footprint.
Collaboration with EOSTA to invest in avocado intercropping, collection, and value-adding export.
Collaboration with de Heus to invest in animal feed production distribution and collection.
Started connecting Mount Elgon Farmers to our Kenian roastery.
Launch of first 100% female produced Microlot roasted in Uganda.
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