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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

Locust swarms has hit Ethiopia

A new round of locust swarms has hit Ethiopia and is again threatening coffee crops and food security. The fast-moving swarm is threatening coffee crops in a country where more than 80 percent of the population depends on agriculture for its livelihood, Farmers struggling to get out of locust by…

24-01-2020 Read More

Kerchanshe Origin Trip – Coffee Expedition

Participants came from different countries of Holland, London, Russia, Asia, and Ethiopia. Visited areas and works: Major specialty coffee producing areas from Ethiopia (Kerchanshe Coffee Guji Adola and Anasora) and coffee farms. The culture and challenge of producers, the way coffee processed,…

16-01-2020 Read More

Organic packing for Coffee Beans

We use 100% all our shipments food Grade Jute bag, specially made for coffee beans. Coffee sacks treated by vegetable oil are odorless and keep the aroma of coffee intact. Jute bags are the most cost-effective green bean packing option, which explains why they are so often used. They are also durable…

10-01-2020 Read More

Trip to Adola

We are so proud to host you here in the home land of coffee, Which is the home of all human beings as well as sharing experiences in both side coffee production, challenges, opportunities. Kerchanshe we will never forget this trip to #Adola. Thanks for Coming.

30-12-2019 Read More

Building school for our out growers community

Across rural Africa, many children have to choose between getting an education and being safe. Without classrooms, they are forced to study under trees, in all weather. They are exposed to the elements, distracted, and unable to learn. We care about our coffee out growers community life @ killinsomokonisa.…

05-11-2019 Read More