Finca El Divisadero, Ataco, El Salvador
Finca El Divisadero, Ataco, El Salvador
Finca El Divisadero, Ataco, El Salvador

OUR COFFEES HAVE A HISTORY,
LET'S BUILD THEIR FUTURE

We do more than just import green coffee.
We make a different coffee possible.

Belco is an independent family business that sources, imports and distributes quality green coffees from around the globe. We create direct, long-term links between producers and independent roasters looking for good and sustainable coffees.
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A Forest Coffee ® in Standart Mag!

You've received your Forest Coffee® sample in the latest Standart Magazine? Discover the history of the producer, learn more about the variety 74140 and the Hambela forest, access the colorimetry of the beans, their roasting curve and all the marketing tools to speak about coffee agroforestery.

Our forest coffees

Our forest coffees

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WOMEN COFFEE

WOMEN COFFEE

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Discover Ethiopia with us

Last news

An unknown species: Coffea Canephora
Coffee growing & sourcing

Don’t worry, you’ll find nothing frightening in this article, and nothing bad will happen when you read it! You may even find it interesting...

WHAT'S UP IN YOUR FARM? #2 Mustafa Mohamed Ali
Interview with our producers
A series of interviews with our producers, carried out by our Belco Ethiopia team.
 
Belco is involved in a long-term relationship with the producers at the origin, and also with the roasters. This tripartite approach is rich in innovation and investment. It allows producers to grow, as shown by the investments made by our partners in Jimma and Kaffa. Training, long-term purchases, regular exchanges, technical equipment, have enabled Mustafa, Khalid, Nazimu and Negusse to develop considerably. All this is done in association with the producers, Belco and the roasters for a fair distribution of the added value in the industry.

PS: We have left the questions written in Amharic for our Ethiopian friends, for the others it's for pleasure.

October 28, 2022: Harvest begins in Ethiopia
Coffee growing & sourcing

Update on the beginning of the 2022 crop live from the field by Jacques, Belco East Africa Manager

WHAT'S UP IN YOUR FARM? #1 Khalid Shifa
Interview with our producers
A series of interviews with our producers, carried out by our Belco Ethiopia team.
 
Belco is involved in a long-term relationship with the producers at the origin, and also with the roasters. This tripartite approach is rich in innovation and investment. It allows producers to grow, as shown by the investments made by our partners in Jimma and Kaffa. Training, long-term purchases, regular exchanges, technical equipment, have enabled Mustafa, Khalid, Nazimu and Negusse to develop considerably. All this is done in association with the producers, Belco and the roasters for a fair distribution of the added value in the industry.

PS: We have left the questions written in Amharic for our Ethiopian friends, for the others it's for pleasure.

Last news

An unknown species: Coffea Canephora
Coffee growing & sourcing

Don’t worry, you’ll find nothing frightening in this article, and nothing bad will happen when you read it! You may even find it interesting...

WHAT'S UP IN YOUR FARM? #2 Mustafa Mohamed Ali
Interview with our producers
A series of interviews with our producers, carried out by our Belco Ethiopia team.
 
Belco is involved in a long-term relationship with the producers at the origin, and also with the roasters. This tripartite approach is rich in innovation and investment. It allows producers to grow, as shown by the investments made by our partners in Jimma and Kaffa. Training, long-term purchases, regular exchanges, technical equipment, have enabled Mustafa, Khalid, Nazimu and Negusse to develop considerably. All this is done in association with the producers, Belco and the roasters for a fair distribution of the added value in the industry.

PS: We have left the questions written in Amharic for our Ethiopian friends, for the others it's for pleasure.

October 28, 2022: Harvest begins in Ethiopia
Coffee growing & sourcing

Update on the beginning of the 2022 crop live from the field by Jacques, Belco East Africa Manager

WHAT'S UP IN YOUR FARM? #1 Khalid Shifa
Interview with our producers
A series of interviews with our producers, carried out by our Belco Ethiopia team.
 
Belco is involved in a long-term relationship with the producers at the origin, and also with the roasters. This tripartite approach is rich in innovation and investment. It allows producers to grow, as shown by the investments made by our partners in Jimma and Kaffa. Training, long-term purchases, regular exchanges, technical equipment, have enabled Mustafa, Khalid, Nazimu and Negusse to develop considerably. All this is done in association with the producers, Belco and the roasters for a fair distribution of the added value in the industry.

PS: We have left the questions written in Amharic for our Ethiopian friends, for the others it's for pleasure.

BELCO'S COMMITMENTS

SOURCING

Resolutely modern, we mainly purchase our green coffee directly in order to fully control quality and create long-term relationships with our partners. As ambassadors for producers, we strive hard in the field to provide good coffees long term.

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Quality

Our quality control is unique and innovative in order to improve quality in the cup of coffees consumed. Find out how our search for efficiency requires us to collect, control and share in-depth technical information with our partners.

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Support

We work with and for independent roasters who rely on quality to develop and differentiate themselves. Our team of experts is fully involved in your training, consulting or coffee promotion projects.

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