Meet Maricela, who has farmed for over sixty years and owns twenty-eight hectares of land, twelve of which are planted in coffee. Our staff writer, Emily McIntyre, had the chance to meet her in Peru this spring. She is not a member of the Peruvian Café Feminino foundation, but a stellar example of the kind of woman we support and want to enable toward equality through our coffee purchases. You can partner with us: when you purchase our Peru Feminino coffee anytime in the month of August, we will give $.50 a pound to the foundation.

A basket for picking coffee at Maricela’s farm

Hands that show the years of love for her coffee

The fermentation tank on Maricela’s farm

by Caravan Coffee

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