27 May '16, 2pm

From individual voices to market: the Kula Project’s work in East Africa via @DailyCoffeeNews https://t.co/vHkzSXdBad

Buchanan said many of the nonprofit’s individual donors who are invested in the stories of these farming families and their communities ask where they can actually buy the coffee being grown, so Kula Project plans to contract with roasters for a private-label offering that can be used for direct-to-consumer sales that can funnel money back into the communities at origin. “Obviously the end goal is to just sell it,” Buchanan said of the coffee, whether it be in green or roasted form, “but what we really want is the people buying this coffee to really care about the people who grew it and their stories.”

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Buchanan said many of the nonprofit’s individual donors who are invested in the stories of these farming families and thei...