Monthly Archives: April 2013

Temple Coffee Q and A with Diego Guardia of Hacienda Sonora, Costa Rica


Briefly, please explain your family history, your involvement in coffee, and your involvement in your local community?

The farm has been in the family for over a hundred years. My dad and I work together in order to satisfy the countless details that come with producing quality coffee, from the seeds to the primmest green coffee ready to be exported. The farm itself is a small local community, where the workers enjoy competitive wages, free housing, and health care. We generate all the energy used in the farm with a small but very efficient water turbine, so the workers and their families also don’t have to worry about paying for electricity.

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Gerald Mbabazi – Producer Q and A

Briefly, please explain your family history, your involvement in coffee, and your involvement in your local community?

My name is Gerald Mbabazi, I am born and raised in Kanungu district, south western,Uganda. My parents have always been active members in our community. They strongly believe in Education, access to healthcare, clean water and financial capability.Continue Reading

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