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###### Transparency Report

###### Our transparency report lists the price paid to producers for every coffee we have ever purchased.

###### It's time to start an honest and open discussion about the prices paid to producers.

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###### All our coffee has been purchased for well over the C-Price and Fair Trade price for coffee and it always will be.

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###### This is the only way to ensure economic sustainability by making sure the producers not only cover costs, but also make a profit.

###### 2021 Report

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###### These were the prices paid to producers before any shipping, haulage, storage and export/import fees.

Finca Los Angeles Cup of Excellence #5 (El Salvador) - We paid $5.00 per lb.

This is 323.2% more than the Fair Trade price and 348.9% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Bwishaza Lot 4 (Rwanda) - We paid $4.08 per lb.

This is 191.4% more than the Fair Trade price and 266.3% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Mió Microlot 1939 (Brazil) - (Direct Trade) We paid $3.15 per lb.

This is 125% more than the Fair Trade price and 182.8% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Miguel Padilla Chinguel Experimental Microlot (Peru) - We paid $2.70 per lb.

This is 92.9% more than the Fair Trade price and 142.4% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Diego Bermudez Thermal Shock Geisha (Colombia) - We paid $16.45 per lb.

This is 1075% more than the Fair Trade price and 1376.9% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Kii AB (Kenya) - We paid $4.12 per lb.

This is 194.3% more than the Fair Trade price and 269.9% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Bookkisa Lunar Café Exclusive (Ethiopia) - We paid $3.45 per lb.

This is 146.4% more than the Fair Trade price and 209.8% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Basha Bekele (Ethiopia) - We paid $4.00 per lb.

This is 185.7% more than the Fair Trade price and 259.1% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Genji Challa Lot 11 (Ethiopia) - We paid $3.45 per lb.

This is 146.4% more than the Fair Trade price and 209.8% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Las Hortensias (Nicaragua) - We paid $3.50 per lb.

This is 150.0% more than the Fair Trade price and 214.2% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Namugowa Experimental Nano-Lot (Uganda) - We paid $3.60 per lb.

This is 157.1% more than the Fair Trade price and 223.2% more than the average C Price for 2020.

El Arrayan Anaerobic Natural (Costa Rica) - We paid $5.58 per lb.

This is 298.6% more than the Fair Trade price and 401.0% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Carlos Alfredo Carbonic Macerated Washed (Honduras) - We paid $3.75 per lb.

This is 167.9% more than the Fair Trade price and 236.7% more than the average C Price for 2020.

Carlos Alfredo Carbonic Macerated Natural (Honduras) - We paid $3.75 per lb.

This is 167.9% more than the Fair Trade price and 236.7% more than the average C Price for 2020.

###### 2020 Report

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###### These were the prices paid to producers before any shipping, haulage, storage and export/import fees.

Sagera Lot 3 (Ethiopia) - We paid $2.75 per lb.

This is 96.4% more than the Fair Trade price and 170.1% more than the average C Price for 2019.

Mustefa Abakeno Microlot (Ethiopia) - We paid $3.25 per lb.

This is 132.1% more than the Fair Trade price and 219.2% more than the average C Price for 2019.

Blanca Rosa Melgar Experimental Microlot (Honduras) - We paid $1.75 per lb.

This is 25.0% more than the Fair Trade price and 71.9% more than the average C Price for 2019.

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