Specialty green coffee traders, sourcing from 26 origins on behalf of over 1000 roasters.

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Partnership with Girls Gotta Run Foundation, Ethiopia

The Girls Gotta Run Foundation is a non-profit organisation which promotes athletic excellence through running and education to empower young women and their communities in Ethiopia. Falcon has proudly supported GGRF since 2013, providing annual funding and helping to generate a platform of promotion through our network of roaster clients

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Falcon and Siruma Collaboration

In 2021 Falcon and Siruma announced a joint venture to source and market specialty coffee together in Colombia. Its purpose is to provide farmers with access to premium markets with improved transparency. Origin/locations: Colombia – Cauca, Tolima, Caldas, Huila, Risaralda, Antioquia, Valle del Cauca Timeline: Commenced 2021 – ongoing Partner

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Falcon & The Coffee Gardens, Uganda

Our commitment to purchasing coffee based on quality allows The Coffee Gardens to offer higher prices to their registered farmers in Uganda year after year, driving farmer loyalty and strengthening the group. Origin: Uganda, Mt. Elgon Timeline: 2019-2024 Partner orgs: Rabo Foundation, Marie Stopes International, Solidaridad, Vi Agroforestry, LSE, World

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Falcon Coffees Peru

We believe that Peru has the potential to match up on quality to any of its origin counterparts in Latin America. We set out to prove this. Origin: Peru, Jaen Timeline: Ongoing People: 275 registered farmers As of 2024 Falcon Coffees Peru is: • 10 full-time employees, 50% female.• 275

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Investing in World Coffee Research

World Coffee Research is a non-profit agricultural research organisation. Formed in 2012 through the recognition that innovation in coffee agriculture is necessary to deliver increased quality, reduce supply chain risk and transform coffee producing into a profitable, sustainable livelihood that can meet rising demand while also safeguarding natural resources. Timeline:

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Quality Uplift with Mustefa Abakeno, Ethiopia

This project aims to assist one of our key producers in Ethiopia, Mustefa Abakeno, to raise the quality of his coffees produced at the 2 washing stations he owns and manages. Origin(s): Agaro, Djimmma Ethiopia Timeline: Commenced beginning of harvest 2020-21 Partner orgs: Falcon Ethiopia with Mustefa Abakeno Budget: $2850

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Water Conservation in Central America

Sustainable coffee agroforestry systems can be the best alternative for healthy, functional watersheds, second only to natural forests. Falcon is a commercial partner for Blue Harvest promoting these agricultural practices as well as looking to support quality uplifts. Origin: El Salvador, Nicaragua & Honduras Timeline: 2014 – on going (Falcon

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Renacer Coffee Agronomy Field School

We would like to congratulate the Renacer Field School on winning the Project category of 2023’s SCA Sustainability Award. This award recognises outstanding work in the field of sustainability and promoting sustainability within the coffee world, while inspiring others to initiate similar endeavors. The SCA states that the projects, business

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The Coffee Carbon Project

Coffee is grown in and around the tropical rainforests of Africa, Asia and the Americas. Two globally recognised environmental needs are to protect these tropical rainforests and to reduce carbon emissions in every human activity. The concept as an equation is simple. SG(s): EnvironmentalTimeline: 2022-2024 (30 months)Partner orgs: University of

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Falcon HQ Zero Waste Project, Lewes UK

As well as endeavouring to improve our practices on a corporate, operational level, we are also looking at what we can do closer to home, whether it be behavioural change in the things we consume or the ways we commute to work. We are also aiming to make Falcon workspaces

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Conflict Recovery Through Coffee in Argelia, Colombia

Historically, Argelia has been one of the regions in Colombia most affected by terrorism and the presence of illicit crop trade, leading to local economy distortions and legal crop substitutions. Origin/location: Colombia -Argelia, Cauca Timeline: October 2020 –January 2022 Partner orgs: Siruma, USAID (ARD SucursalColombia, USAID’s executing agency) Budget: $72,500

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Colombia San Lorenzo Drying Beds Initiative

For the farmers of the San Lorenzo region of Colombia, coffee production is their principal way of life. Yet food insecurity and poverty are ever-present threats to communities of this area. Origin/location: Colombia-San Lorenzo, Rio Sucio, Caldas, Colombia Timeline: Commenced March 2020 Partner orgs: Kaffa, Siruma, Alto Occidente Cooperative Budget:

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Farmer Training, RTC Rwanda

Increasing farmers’ coffee yields and quality has proven to have the biggest direct impact on farmer household income. In partnership with sister company RTC, Falcon is committed to forming long-term relationships with the farming communities around RTC’s washing station sites by encouraging farmers to enrol in their coffee Agribusiness Training

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Introducing the Coffee Carbon Project

Coffee is grown in and around the tropical rainforests of Africa, Asia and the Americas. Two globally recognised environmental needs are to protect these tropical rainforests,and to reduce carbon emissions in every human activity. The concept as an equation is simple. Timeline: 2022-2024 ( 30 months) Partner orgs: University of

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Tree Stumping Project, Ethiopia

A 2-year pilot project conducted by the NGO Technoserve in Sidamo, Ethiopia, demonstrated the positive impact of tree-stumping. Old trees result in lower yields and a decrease in quality. After two harvests, coffee farmers were able to achieve a living income with increased yields and improved quality coffee. ESG(s): Social, Environmental Origin:

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Quality Uplift, Honduras

The Aruco Cooperative was established in 2006 with 14 farmers with a desire to access supply chains and pricing that reflected their coffee’s true quality. We were introduced to Aruco during the 2015/16 harvest, when we purchased 4 microlots from them. Seeing the potential in these coffees, and the producers

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Falcon and Cup of Excellence Peru

Quality drives market demand at premium prices, immediately impacting household revenue. Quality demands training and investment, opening the door to Good Agricultural Practices and incentivising improved environmental stewardship. There is no greater commercial achievement for a coffee producer than placing in the Cup of Excellence competition. Origin/Location: Jaen, Peru Timeline:

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