A cup of coffee. It’s something so common that it’s said that the average American consumes roughly 3 cups of it per day. But have you ever thought about where that coffee comes from or who produces it or how it impacts the tens of millions of producers worldwide?
Committed to bringing Bonvera entrepreneurs and customers alike exceptional premium health, wellness, and lifestyle products, Bonvera is proud to announce one of our latest partnerships with Thrive Farmers, a farm-to-cup coffee and tea company changing the lives of farmers and offering consumers some of the best coffees in the marketplace.
Bonvera supports Thrive Farmers Coffee in Latin America and sells a proprietary blend of their coffee. With Thrive Farmers farmer direct model, a portion of profits from sales of Thrive Farmers Coffee goes directly back to the farmers and helps them constantly improve the quality of their farms, products and lives.
Bonvera Brew’s coffee beans come from Nicaragua, Brazil, Columbia, and Guatemala. Collectively, Bonvera Brew impacts a total of 407 farmers in these countries. On average, a farmer earns $0.30 more in profits with the purchase of each bag of Bonvera Brew coffee, which is very significant in comparison to other buyers.
You don’t just brew coffee with this, you brew impact and purpose.