SUCAFINA is a multinational coffee merchant, founded
in 1977 and based in Geneva, Switzerland, with a family tradition in
commodities that stretches back to 1905.

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More than 100 Years in Commodities


950 Employees

40 Nationalities

40 Locations

41 Washing stations

178000 Grower Partners

28 Countries

7 Sustainable Standards


We work with our clients and suppliers to build a supply chain that improves the lives of the
growers and provides a steady flow of coffee to our partners.

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    When growers struggle to feed and care for their families, they stop growing coffee. Sucafina and the Kahawatu Foundation sponsor healthcare, education, crop diversification, as well as gender and age integration to support the people who grow your coffee.

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    SUCAFINA and the Kahawatu Foundation, a Swiss Non-Profit, improve yields per hectare by running model farms, teaching good agricultural practices at farmer field schools, and cooperating with other NGOs and clients to put more income at growers' disposal.

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    Be it at a wet or dry mill, SUCAFINA has a firm commitment to utilizing modern equipment and best practices to ensure consistent quality and compliance with environmental and social standards.

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    SUCAFINA cooperates with several sustainability farming programs to provide clients with sustainable coffee. These include:
    - Fairtrade International
    - Fair Trade USA
    - Organic certifications
    - 4C Services
    - Rainforest Alliance
    - UTZ


Supply Chain

SUCAFINA operates at every level of the coffee supply chain. Whether you’re a grower, middle man, exporter, roaster, or consumer of coffee, scroll down to find out how SUCAFINA contributes to your cup.

Before your morning cup of coffee

Children Must Be Educated
We Fund a Technical College
And Sponsor Internships

The Farmer Must Be Healthy
We Rebuilt a Clinic
And Sponsor Health Insurance

Old Trees Must Be Replaced
We Distribute Saplings
And Recycle Cherries and Chaff

We Teach Agronomy and Finance
And Help Form Farmer Groups