Why Drink Organic Coffee?
A Healthy Cup
Because organic coffee is grown without these toxic substances, it’s the simplest solution to ensuring a cup of coffee without pesticide residues, which is the healthier choice!
Enhancing the soil’s microbiome increases its natural fertility and reduces the risk of pests and diseases.
Healthy Soil & Water
Cultivating and nurturing healthy, hardy, nutrient-dense plants produces solid coffee that is robust with flavor and proper nutrients.
Without toxic chemicals, farmers must use more sustainable practices of growing coffee, and these practices have been proven to significantly increase nutrients in the soil.
Shade trees eliminate the need for chemical pesticides, preserving the local ecosystem by creating cleaner soil and water, which in turn helps to fight deforestation and reduce carbon dioxide levels!
Healthy Farmer. Healthy Bean. Healthy You.
Growing and consuming clean coffee – free from chemical contaminants – improves human vitality.
Not only is organic coffee healthier for personal consumption and more sustainable for the environment, but it’s even safer for coffee growers!
One survey of 81 coffee farmers in Eastern Jamaica found that most of them suffered from at least one negative health side effect linked to pesticide handling.
But when coffee is grown organically, hard-working coffee growers are no longer in contact with dangerous chemicals, creating a healthier, happier work environment.
Organic coffee is typically grown in ideal environments, allowing farmers to use natural fertilization, water conservation, and pest and weed control methods—without having to rely on harsh chemicals.