My dad gave me 6 manzanas and I bought one, it is called the fortune because you get enough coffee with those plots.
How did your history with coffee start?:
My story begins through my dad, since he liked this crop and I was always working together with him and I also liked it. They took me to cut, not to veneer, because I was very small, although I did not work as a child I was always going to accompany my dad and my mom.
It is a crop that has always been in our lands, and we live on it, we are maintained by it. As a young producer I love my job, I’m working in my own thing and I can provide for my family. I have a wife named Walkiria Jarileth and two daughters, Crisbel jarileth and Nesveli Lanuza.
What were the good practices that you implemented that made you a winner of the Cup of Excellence program?
Give it the proper handling, since we are organic, we are always pending with the fertilizer, using pulp and foleos with biofertilizer.
Maintain cleanliness, do not maintain inorganic waste, and we work as recommended by all certifications.
What do you think of the cup of excellence program? Have you participated before / What do you think about participating?
I think it is a good opportunity, so we are also implementing the varieties that help us.
When they filled out the form, I thought I wish I could classify in this, because they are new things for us, and yesterday that my dad told me, I felt excited, it is the first time that I am in this, and first God, everything works out for us.
Why your coffee is a quality coffee? What do you have to say for the customers?
This coffee is very well grown, it is organic, it does not carry any chemicals, we give it good management and those are the benefits that you will receive when you buy my coffee. I am a producer, we are PRODECOOP, we are QUALITY.
|Farm Name||La Fortuna|
|Farmer/Rep.||Jorge Yoelsin Lanuza Cruz|
|Auction Lot Size (lbs.)||1215.73|
|Auction Lot Size (kg)||551.35|