Volcafe is one of the largest traders of Arabica and Robusta coffees, providing the beans for 80 billion cups of coffee each year. Drawing on our long history in the coffee trade, we aim to be the world's best coffee partner.
Our expertise spans green coffee procurement and preparation, quality control, risk management, and logistics. Our network of buying and selling offices covers over 90 percent of world production.
Volcafe’s Sustainability Strategy works in three areas to achieve sustainable profitability for farmers, promote regenerative practices to combat climate change, and support thriving communities through responsible citizenship.
Volcafe in numbers:
Bags traded each year
Agronomists on the ground
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Volcafe's holistic approach to sustainability includes work to secure living income for farmers, promote regenerative agriculture, and support thriving communities.
Ufanisi machine projectTanzania
Tanzanian cooperatives are installing eco-pulpers with the help of a no-interest loan facilityRead story
A shared vision in TanzaniaTanzania
A programme enables men and women to realise a personal vision for their lives and farms.Read story
Solar dryers in HondurasHonduras
Greenhouse-like structures help indigenous communities to raise coffee quality.Read story
Volcafe and Costa Foundation to open 15th school in VietnamVietnam
The partners have built educational facilities for 3,600 young students.Read story
Colombian coffee farmers recovering from conflictColombia
In a region emerging from conflict, coffee is giving people a new start.Read story
School construction in ColombiaColombia
A new school brings safer surroundings and the chance to graduate with a special dual degree.Read story
Changing landscapes in VietnamVietnam
A new project aims to promote sustainable farming and demonstrate that farmers can positively change the coffee-growing landscape.Read story
Coffee and agroforestry alliance (re)generates impact for post-conflict farmers in ColombiaColombia
Natural corridors emerge as farmers mix coffee with native trees at their farmsRead story
Low-tech tool helps farmers embrace regenerative agricultureUganda
Printed calendars offer illustrated guidance on sustainable farming for thousands of coffee growers.Read story
La Morena: Coffee for gender equalityGuatemala
A Guatemalan project is working to close a gender gap in coffee.Read story
Reforestation in Costa RicaCosta Rica
A partnership is distributing tens of thousands of native tree saplings to coffee farmers, aiding efforts to restore forests.Read story
Medical assistance in GuatemalaGuatemala
A mobile clinic brings healthcare to coffee workers who otherwise lack access to care.Read story
Building business with Honduran coffee farmersHonduras
A shift in business strategy means more direct relations with farmers and new possibilities.Read story
The right tool for the jobPeru
Simple structures solve a dilemma that often costs farmers money and timeRead story
Reforestation project in HondurasHonduras
One million trees are to be planted within five years, in an effort to promote agroforestry, mitigate the effects of climate change, and improve coffee farmer resilience.Read story
Transforming coffee pulp to compostCosta Rica
We're turning a waste product into something useful, and promoting circularity in the process.Read story
Empowering female coffee producersGuatemala
A project to enable female coffee producers and female entrepreneurs in Guatemala and to work towards gender equityRead story
At first I was not very convinvced, now I am a promoter of the Volcafe Way... productivity has risen and now the cost is lower.
I started working with Volcafe Way in 2017. Since then, I have tripled the net income from my coffee farm business.
I am proud to be a member of Volcafe, since 2016 I have observed a lot of increase in productivity from my farm, better quality coffee, and I have earned an extra income from it.