the price breakdown of €16,55 per kg
The coffee farmers receive €3,03 per kg of green coffee, which is the equivalent of $1,54 per lb. Taking the international coffee market price into account, our farm prices lie 60% higher. ASNIKOM, the farmer cooperative, receives €0,36 per kg for running the wet mills, assisting the farmers and helping to standardize the coffee quality. On top of this, the Circular Coffee Collective pays €1,00 per kg to assist in the circular investment of the farmers and cooperative. This money gets forwarded on an annual basis through the Circular Coffee Fund. €1,30 per kg goes to exporting and shipping the coffee from Flores, Indonesia to Rotterdam, the Netherlands with the assistance of Ontosoroh exporting firm. For clearance and other warehousing and logistical costs of importing firm This Side Up, €1,36 is paid. Roasting and packaging the coffee requires high investments, next to Western wages and including a roasting loss of around 20% per kg due to evaporation. These services and craftsmanship require €6,50. For handling, coordination, billing and assistance, the Circular Coffee Collective charges €2,00 per kg as a remuneration. Sending the coffee to your office or other facility goes at an average cost of €1,00 per kg, bringing the total investment of the Indonesian fine robusta coffee to €16,55 per kg.