We're defining relationship coffee

The coffee trade isn't fair for small-scale producers. Through fairer prices, profit sharing, tools, education, and real relationships— coffee farmers are finally given what they've earned.

Impacting farm and farmer for the better

We believe everyone deserves opportunities for a sustainable, decent, and healthy life— not excluding coffee growers. We especially believe farmers should make a quality living from what they grow. Through better trade practices, education, and relationships, coffee can alleviate poverty and inequality, thus creating brighter futures for farmers. Our first step: the Khomanta profit sharing program. 30% of all profits from each coffee label goes right back to the producer who grew it, thus helping improve their farm, their coffee, and their lives.

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Our foundation: ethically sourced

Consumers ought to know more about their coffee: not just who grows it, but how every ounce sold benefits them, too. We shouldn’t settle for anything less than farmers reaping more profits from their coffee than ever before. Ethically sourced coffee and the welfare of our producers are the foundation Khomanta is built upon. Yes, Fair Trade practices do plenty of good and protect producers around the world—but it still falls short. Let’s do better.

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The Zamora family, our first producer

Our story

Khomanta began with a simple conversation: one that sparked an idea to improve the lives of coffee producers. We think there’s a lot that needs changing in the coffee world, and we’re dead set on doing our part creating “Fairer Trade” practices (as we like to call it). Is it possible? We believe it is— through economic stability and carefully built personal relationships with farmers that bridge gaps between grower, consumer, and a quality livelihood.

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