- Malawi Mzuzu AA Co-operative Coffee Beans
- 250g Whole or Ground Beans
- Chocolate and caramel notes on Coffee Benas
Malawi Mzuzu AA Co-operative
Mzuzu Cooperative Union members are located in the Northern Highlands of Malawi and almost 80% of the coffee is grown on terraces by smallholder farmers. There are 3,000 members, of which 25% are women and have been growing coffee since the early 1930s. The Union was formed in 2007, and prior to this was operated by the Government as a Smallholder Coffee Authority.
The union comprises of six cooperatives: Misuku hill bordering Tanzania where over 50% of their coffee is produced at altitudes of 1700 to 2000 masl. Phoka Hills (attitude 1300 -2500), Viphya hills (1200 – 1500m), Nkhata Bay highlands overlooking Lake Malawi (altitude 1000 -2000m), South East Mzimba on the south of Viphya plateau (altitude 1200 to 1700m) and Ntchisi East (altitude of 1200-1800m).
Mzuzu’s aim is that every smallholder farmer has good accommodation (iron roof, cement floor, plastered, adequate ventilation), three meals a day, adequate warm clothing, a warm home and are able to send their children to school.
FITCH x Brewgooder Global Gathering
FITCH are the only coffee brewery, alongside over 25O worldwide craft breweries, raising money as part of the Global Gathering Campaign. All FITCH profits will be donated to support clean water projects in Malawi.