TV show on coffee production with GreenFairTrade !

This is a TV reportage about GreenFairTrade and coffee manufacturing process. It's very instructive ! If you enjoy, don't forget to like it on Facebook and tweet it ! read more →

Coffee manufacturing processes

Some pictures of coffee manufacturing processes read more →

Picking the best arabica coffee beans  in Cau Dat, Lam Dong, Vietnam

Để có được caphe ngon nhất, cafe cherry hái chín, chế biến ướt, phơi nắng tự nhiên (ít nhất 8 nắng đẹp). Greenfair xin giới thiệu caphe Arabica Bourbon Catimor, Typica, giống vàng đỏ bản địa tư Cầu Đất, Đa Lạt, Lâm Đồng. Ở độ cao 1600m, moka cho một hương vị thanh thoát, thơm ngào ngạt mùi hoa quả tự nhiên và mùi đất trời sương lạnh read more →

Case Story

The cooperative name Thuan An Fairtrade Agricultural Cooprative was first established under the CDI’s Irish Aid grant project’s  support in 2012.  Originally it was supporte to establish 4C sustainable coffee in the district. Both 4C and Fair Trade are certifications that promotes the sustainable and quality-based production of coffee. However the limitation of 4C system in direct market access, 4C model was about to lose its attraction to the local people for “working together” manner. Then, Fairtrade model was introduced in early 2012, and the cooperative was then established under legal procedure and became official member of fairtrade system. It is the institution that operates under Cooperative Law. read more →

The History of Coffee

In the Ethiopian highlands, where the legend of Kaldi, the goatherd, originated, coffee trees grow today as they have for centuries. Though we will never know with certainty, there probably is some truth to the Kaldi legend. read more →

Coffee Basics: differences between Arabica & Robusta

Once roasted, pretty much all coffee beans look the same. But did you know that there are actually dozens of different varieties of coffee beans? When it comes to your daily cup, though, there are really only two that matter: Arabica and robusta. These are the two primary types of coffee cultivated for drinking. read more →