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Coffee | Day 3 | 14 Days With Love
While I do love coffee for the same reasons many others do, for me, it goes a bit deeper. After falling in love with Uganda and her people, I found that coffee could be a catalyst to change in Uganda. And quickly realized it didn’t need to end there. Coffee could be used to bring change throughout the world – in Uganda, Nicaragua, and many more countries throughout Africa, Central America, South America, and Asia. So, join me, and love your coffee. -Joe
Don Francisco's Home
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We love being part of a success story, and Don Francisco’s is hard to beat. He’s a true inspiration to us at Three Avocados. His farm is simply beautiful. In fact, it’s some of the most beautiful land we’ve ever seen. There are fragrant flowers and colorful butterflies all over the place. The views are stunning, as seen above, and we couldn’t wait to get a tour. We checked out the coffee and were thrilled to see the pride in Don Francisco’s eyes as he told us how he cared for his coffee. Soon we were lead up to the...
Meet Don Francisco, one of the farmers we work with in Nicaragua. He grows some amazing coffee. In fact, it’s some of the best we’ve ever had. We are excited to announce that we have some of Don Francisco’s coffee in stock and ready for purchase. As always, Nicaragua coffee purchases go to provide education materials to schools within the coffee communities we work in. Over the next few weeks we will be taking you on a tour of Don Francisco’s home and his coffee farm. We want you to see some of the farmers your purchases are directly impacting....
Your Coffee Matters
This is the home of one of our coffee farmers in Nicaragua. Your Nicaraguan coffee purchases help this woman support her family. Her children can receive an education and she can improve their living conditions. Your coffee purchase really does matter.
It’s always great to see a community plan. When there are plans, there’s typically hope within the community. They can see past current circumstances and are working towards goals for family and their community. When we walked into the coffee co-op in Las Nubes, Nicaragua, the president of the co-op showed us their plans to improve coffee production. We were told that by improving coffee production, they will improve their living conditions and education. Three Avocados is proud to be part of their plan for a better community. Here’s part of their plan on paper.