Commitment to our community

Quality process

Anei value each of the activities that intervene in our coffee processes to provide you with a high-quality product, so today we want to tell you a little about some of the factors that stand out in the productive field.

We will begin by highlighting the work of the coffee-producing families to which we belong, the different communities of Wiwas, Arhuacos, Koguis, Kankuamos and peasants in the region, who cultivate a coffee with different profiles of cups from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and the mountainous area of the perijá.

Each of the 700 producing families plays a very important role for us, together we manage to obtain a coffee with high quality standards and organic and fair trade certification.

That is why at Anei we engage our communities and allies in all processes, allowing us to be productive while improving the quality of life. How do we do it? We have a coffee lab where our producers along with specialists and q-graders test the profile of their cups such as. acidity, residual, sweetness and body.

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In addition to financing programs such as microcredits and advances that benefit our partners in the advancement of productive management and improvements in coffee quality.
For anei, its main interest is to contribute to the knowledge of our producer partners with the aim that they can be actively involved, for this reason we develop trainings and workshops that allow us to establish new plans to achieve a transformation in the coffee process.

Each one of the coffee beans tells a story of cultural strengthening, contribution to our communities with fair trade processes, protection of the environment, quality standards, in addition to the efforts made to comply with the certifications achieved that highlight the work carried out. for each of the people involved.


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