Video: Why Coffee Farmers in Africa and Latin America Built Their Own Roastery in California.

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Watch Pachamama Coffee's co-founder and CEO, Thaleon Tremain's keynote speech for the 2020 Cooperative IMPACT Conference. Presented by the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International (@NCBACLUSA), the annual Co-op IMPACT conference provides an unparalleled platform to elevate the cooperative movement and to inspire all leaders to reimagine capitalism: 

By Farmers. For Farmers. 

Established 2006, Pachamama is a global cooperative 100% owned by thousands of smallholder farmers in Peru, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico and Ethiopia. Based in California, Pachamama oversees a roastery, retail cafes and a national wholesale business. Our vertically-integrated business model allows coffee farmers to earn a greater share of the retail value of their roasted coffee, creating a virtuous circle that benefits customers, farmers and the environment.

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