Coffee Offerings

Spot Offerings

We are pleased to advise the following are currently available.

  • BRAZIL
    • 287 Bags
      RFA 2/3 SSFC Yellow Catucai & Red Catuai
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 306 Bags
      RFA 2/3 MTGB SSFC
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 10 Bags
      RFA 2/3 16+ Yellow Catucai & Red Catuai GP
      Instore Conti, NJ
  • COLOMBIA
    • 825 Bags
      DD Cert Supremo
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 1108 Bags
      Supremo Screen 17/18
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 81 Bags
      Organic Supremo 17/18
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 86 Bags
      Café Lumbus Manzanillo Micro Lot GP
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 3 Bags
      Café Lumbus San Fernando Antioquia Micro Lot GP
      Instore Conti, NJ
  • COSTA RICA
    • 868 Bags
      Tarrazu "La Pastora"
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 275 Bags
      RFA SHB EP Tarrazu
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 268 Bags
      Tarrazu "La Pastora" P/C
      Instore Conti, NJ
  • ETHIOPIA
    • 11 Bags
      Sidamo Gr4 Natural GP
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 140 Bags
      Yirgacheffe Gr1 Natural GP
      Landed, NJ
    • 320 Bags
      Sidamo Gr4 Natural GP
      Instore Eland,CA
  • INDONESIA
    • 462 Bags
      Sumatra Mandheling Gr 1 DP
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 48 Bags
      Java EP P/C
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 250 Bags
      Ketiara Gayo Sumatra Gr 1 TP FTO Women Cert
      Awaiting Ship/NJ
  • PANAMA
    • 71 Bags
      Boquete Indian Baru GP
      Instore Conti, NJ
    • 273 Bags
      Santa Clara Don Vicente GP
      Instore Conti, NJ
  • PERU
    • 157 Bags
      FTO HB MCM GP
      Instore Conti, NJ
  • VIETNAM
    • 18 Bags
      Gr-1 Wet Polished Scr 16 Robusta
      Instore Conti, NJ
Last Updated: January 11, 2021

coffee certifications

  • The Rainforest Alliance certification seal indicates that a farm, forest, or tourism enterprise has been audited to meet standards that require environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
    http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/faqs/what-does-rainforest-alliance-certified-mean

  • The USDA organic regulations describe organic agriculture as the application of a set of cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that support the cycling of on-farm resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. These include maintaining or enhancing soil and water quality; conserving wetlands, woodlands, and wildlife; and avoiding use of synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, irradiation, and genetic engineering. Organic producers use natural processes and materials when developing farming systems—these contribute to soil, crop and livestock nutrition, pest and weed management, attainment of production goals, and conservation of biological diversity https://www.ams.usda.gov/publications/content/introduction-organic-practices

  • UTZ stands for sustainable farming and better opportunities for farmers, their families and our planet. The UTZ program enables farmers to learn better farming methods, improve working conditions and take better care of their children and the environment. Through the UTZ program farmers grow better crops, generate more income and create better opportunities while safeguarding the environment and securing the earth’s natural resources. Now and in the future.
    https://utz.org/who-we-are/

  • Fair Trade Certified™ products were made with respect to people and planet. Their rigorous social, environmental and economic standards work to promote safe, healthy working conditions, protect the environment, enable transparency, and empower communities to build strong, thriving businesses. When you choose products with the Fair Trade label, your day-to-day purchases can improve an entire community’s day-to-day lives.
    http://fairtradeusa.org/what-is-fair-trade