6 Reasons this Fair Trade Coffee is the Perfect Corporate Gift Idea

If you’re looking for a meaningful gift for your clients, look no further than the Cafe Campesino Holiday Blend. We’re convinced this mighty little coffee will make your life easier and leave your customers feeling valued and appreciated. Here’s why:

Why our Coffee is the Perfect Corporate Gift Idea

  1. It’s easy to gift.
    Packaged in 8 oz. bags with a festive Holiday Blend label on the front, this coffee is ready to be gifted as soon as it arrives. The only decisions you have to make are whether the coffee is whole bean or ground (your customers will likely want it ground) and when you’re going to call to place your order. Gifting. Made. Easy.
  2. It tastes delicious.
    A blend of Latin American Arabica coffees, including coffee from Peru’s Central Amazon region and Colombia’s Cauca region, our Holiday Blend has a great body with a rounded sweetness and delicate acidity. Plus, it will be freshly roasted, which, in terms of coffee flavor, means everything.
  3. The supply chain is spot-on.
    As a certified B Corp that maintains long-term trading relationships with farmer-owned cooperatives, we can ensure that the coffee you’re gifting has come through a well-vetted, sustainable supply chain. All of our coffees are certified organic and fair trade and because they are sourced through co-ops, their production helps to develop coffee-farming communities worldwide. Learn more about our business transparency efforts and our collaboration with coffee farmer co-ops in our 2018 Impact Report.
  4. We have a fast turn-around time.
    We process orders within two business days. Place your order by Friday, and it will ship by Tuesday.
  5. It will stay fresh throughout the holiday season.
    Because your coffee is packaged in sealed, air-tight bags, it will remain fresh through the holidays. Whole-bean coffee can retain freshness for up to three months and ground coffee for up to one month in sealed bags. Because you will be ordering directly from our roasting facility, you can be sure that you’re getting our most freshly roasted coffee available.
  6. It communicates a meaningful story.
    The name “Cafe Campesino,” loosely translates from Spanish into “coffee of the small farmer.” Founded in Americus, Georgia, Cafe Campesino was born after a small-scale coffee farmer communicated the inequity of the coffee supply chain to Habitat for Humanity volunteers working in Guatemala. After that interaction, Bill Harris Jr. returned home to Americus to source coffee directly from farmers. Direct sourcing meant fewer actors in the supply chain and a greater percentage of the coffee’s retail value would get back to the farmers. Since that interaction in 1997, Cafe Campesino has steadily worked with coffee farmers to improve the terms-of-trade for producers. It collaborates with like-minded coffee companies around the world, while investing in its hometown in rural Southwest Georgia. In many ways, the Cafe Campesino story is about the value of investing in your own community.

Pricing and Minimum Orders

Eight-ounce bags of Holiday Blend are $5.95 each.

A minimum order is 20 bags.

Contact Cori Lyman-Barner for pricing and minimum quantities for larger bag sizes.

How to Order

Call Cori Lyman-Barner at the Cafe Campesino roastery at 229-924-2468, or email her at cori@cafecampesino.com.

Cafe Campesino Holiday Blend sticker on a kraft bag with the words "A Great Gift for: Clients, Friends & Family and Colleagues & Employees" on top.

Shopping with us Online

If you are curious about larger bags of our Holiday Blend or some of our other coffees, visit our web store.

We are offering a 20 percent discount on all coffees purchased online in November when you use the code: thanks20 at online checkout.

November 1, 2019
BY Café Campesino
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