Kenya AA Kagongo

Kenya AA Kagongo

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199,00 kr
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Do you feel like spring and summer when you drink a fresh Kenyan coffee? We do! 
You will find plum-like sweetness and hints of citrus freshness in this cup. It's a great Kenyan that works perfect for filter coffee, hot or cold!  

Kangongo is a factory that is a member of the Baragwi Farmers Cooperative Society (FCS), this is one of the biggest FCS's in Kenya. They have a great programm amongst the 12 factories within the FCS whereby every two years the managers are rotated to work at a different factory. This way they can share knowledge and learn from each others experiences.

 

Cooperative: Baragwi Cooperative Society

The Baragwi FCS is the biggest farmer society in Kenya. Today, they operate 12 washing stations and work with over 15,000 members. Their factory managers work for a different factory every two years, so that they can share knowledge and apply consistent practices across all factories. All the factories are equipped with tiles on the washing channels. Moreover they are replacing the wooden drying tables with more efficient metal ones.

The society was registered in October 1953 to promote the social and economic interests of its members. The society has a workforce of more than 140 staff, 31 of whom are women.

The farmers are supported by farm management services to increase productivity and quality. Fieldwork carried out involves weeding, pruning, spraying, and the application of fertiliser, mulching and technical advice. Farmers can buy inputs on credit from the Baragwi Cooperative Society.

The Baragwi Cooperative has several factories (washing stations) under their umbrella. All the factories are equipped with tiles on the washing channels. Moreover they are replacing the wooden drying tables with more efficient metal ones.

Opprinnelsesland: Kenya, Kirinyaga
Kultivar: SL-28, SL-34, Batian og Ruiru 11
Prosessering: Vasket
Høyde: 1600 - 1800 m.o.h
Innhøsting: 2020/2021