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Searching For the Origins of Harar Coffee

The city of Harar is famous for two reasons: one, as a major holy city of Islam and two for its naturally processed coffee. It is the fourth-holiest city for Muslims worldwide after Mecca, Medina, and Jerusalem. Harar was also a major trading center for coffee since the 16th century. The city’s…

03-08-2020 Read More

Ground water development for the community

Foundation stone for groundwater development for the community in the Oromia region Guji zone Adola rede wereda, laid by Dr. Adugna Debela, Director General of Ethiopia Coffee and Tea Authority on May 7th, 2020. This program is funded by Kerchanshe Trading PLC and Tchibo GmbH.

08-06-2020 Read More

The COVID-19 pandemic impact on the global coffee sector

The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have a profound impact on the global coffee sector, including production, consumption, and international trade. The ICO says in the short-term, out-of-home consumption is decreasing significantly as a growing number of countries are adopting a full or partial…

16-05-2020 Read More

We are so proud to stand with Humans

Kerchanshe Trading PLC has donated Five Million Birr to Oromia National State-Corona Virus Mitigation trust fund.

16-04-2020 Read More

Giving it Back

Sometimes, we forget that as there is important things in life than business but, business for us is farmers bringing change for the whole supply chain Hope all our follower remember we have built more than 5 school in different coffee growing areas in the region but still the students were not…

06-03-2020 Read More

Origin Approach Ethiopia: An Immersive Coffee Experience

Kerchanshe Trading helped guide the group through all steps of the supply chain from the origin perspective. The organization employs more than 1,000 people while processing some 60,000 metric tons of coffee annually. It owns three farms of its own, while cherry from many more farms pass through…

29-01-2020 Read More