• Artificial Flavour Free
  • Synthetic Preservative Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Single Source
  • GMO Free
  • Artificial Color Free
  • Artificial Sweetner Free
  • Synthetic Preservative Free

Where is it made?


COOPCHEBI, coop, Chanchamayo


COOPCHEBI was formed from a conglomerate of plantations from mostly 6 brothers, plantation workers and a number of cousins in 2001. The original plantation was set up by Hector Marin and his wife Rosa in 1942.

In 1990 the predecessor of COOPCHEBI was the first grower’s group in Peru to export their own coffee in order to add value. They were one of the first to become fully organic certified and in tradition of their father accepted organic agriculture and looking after the environment as a social and moral responsibility.

Today, COOPCHEBI specializes in the production of high-quality and specialty coffees with 100% Arabica varieties and Geisha specialties, adapting to the requirements of their customers with social and environmental responsibility, and always with the same vision of quality and continuously innovating to conquer new customers and new tastes.

Who makes it?

About IncaFé

New Zealand

New Zealand’s first carboNZero certified roastery

IncaFé is founded on the belief that organic agriculture produces food that is tastier, contains more nutrients and is much better for the environment and the growers. It provides the growers’ communities much needed jobs and companion crops for local food supply and construction materials.

IncaFé’s coffee beans are mostly grown in forested ecosystems where companion plantings, canopy shade, and an abundance of insect and bird life all contribute to healthy plants in fertile soil, producing full-flavoured coffee beans. Obviously, organic agriculture keeps water sources clean. Coffee is originally a shade plant and is perfect for organic agriculture.

IncaFé started in 1998 when, Carmen and Joop, met in Carmen’s Peru and Joop was shown the old coffee plantation of a family member. From that point on they started working with coffee as a way of promoting organic agriculture. They bought a small cafe in Queenstown in 2003 after emigrating to NZ in 2000. In 2006 they set up the current factory in New Plymouth.

Due to their unique direct supply chain and certified manufacturing process all of Incafe's coffees are of high quality and consistency. Their unwavering focus on quality create coffees that have won numerous awards since 2012 at the NZ Coffee Awards including the Supreme Award in 2013-14 and 8 awards in the 2014-15 edition in just about all categories.

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