Transparency and Impact Reporting

We roast daily in the service of farmers to create a more sustainable and equitable world. Sustainable coffee, in our view, requires a strong foundation built on the three pillars of sustainability: economic, social and environmental. Our business was designed to be sustainable for farmers and to financially reward their social and environmental contributions to our world. Read Pachamama's Sustainability & Regeneration Policy.

2021 - 2022 Impact Report

Thanks to the hard work of so many people across the supply chain, the past two years were momentous as we significantly grew our business. In 2022, Pachamama's new roasting facility in California opened and we proudly welcomed two new cafés into the family.

With new capacity to scale, we will ensure that our farmer owners will continue to receive the highest price for their best coffee.

We are excited to forge ahead, driven by our shared passion for regenerative farming and the pursuit of great coffee. on behalf of the Pachamama team, thank you for your ongoing support and your dedication to smallholder farmers.

Thaleon Tremain, Co-Founder and CEO

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2019 - 2020 Transparency Report

This year we celebrate Pachamama’s 15- year anniversary. We are grateful for our growers, staff, partners and customers. Thank you. Together we build a community dedicated to sustainable, quality coffee.

Despite a difficult and challenging year in 2020, we are humbled by this modest success. It was not luck and it was not easy. Pachamama works thanks to the support of its customers, staff, partners and farmer-owners. On behalf of the Pachamama family, we thank you for contributing to a more equitable world. And we promise to continue our pursuit of better coffee every harvest.

Thank you,
Thaleon Tremain, CEO and CO-Founder

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