How we source our coffee • Fairer trade 2.0 by Paddy & Scott’s.

Welcome to the Meru Farm Project.
Order Jerry Can. Coffee from the farm: https://paddyandscotts.shop/products/jerry-can

For more information about the crusade please check out our kick-ass website: https://www.paddyandscotts.co.uk/our-farm

The coffee supply chain is long and complicated; full of people taking their cut of the farmer’s hard work. Paddy and Scott’s had a bold idea to cut out these middle-men and conglomerates; to shorten the distance between coffee grower and coffee drinker. In 2016 we took on our very own coffee farm in Meru, Kenya. Working together with the Muchomba family we have created a unique project to revolutionise how coffee is traded and give more back to the families working hard to grow our coffee.

It’s never been done before, but that’s never stopped us!

Join us for the coffee revolution!

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