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Cafe Peru 2

  • Cafe Peru
  • Direct investment
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  • The second loan of new partner Café Peru will be used to purchase coffee from cooperations of small producers in Peru, which will allow more than 1,500 producers to access opportunities with competitive prices, with which they improve their economic income for the benefit of their families. **please note: this project contains an exchange rate risk EUR/USD)**

    €275,000
    Amount
    6.00%
    Interest
    6 months
    Maturity
    6 months
    Repayments
    USD
    Currency
    Amount€275,000
    Interest6.00%
    Maturity6 months
    Repayments6 months
    CurrencyUSD
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      Summary

      Summary

      Corporacion de Productores Cafe Peru SAC is a private company made up of 9 shareholders: 5 coffee agricultural cooperatives and 3 financial organizations with a solidarity approach, created on April 17, 2001 with the purpose of providing agro-industrial, commercial and financial services to cooperatives and producer organizations.

      In 2008, International Solidarity for Development and Investment "SIDI" became shareholder as a strategic partner. With the incorporation of the new shareholder, the capital social amounts to S/. 7,699,722.00 fully subscribed and fully paid in full.

      In 2021, Café Perú has 9 shareholders, with the incorporation of the Cooperativa de Ahorro y Crédito Los Andes, the share capital amounts to S/ 9,000,000.

       

      Use of Proceeds / Loan purpose

      The loan will be used to purchase coffee from organizations of small producers from central jungle of Peru, which will allow more than 1,500 producers to access commercial opportunities with differentiated and competitive prices, with which they improve their economic income for the benefit of their families, improve the productivity of their production units by an average of 30 quintals/ha. With the loan Cafe Peru SAC will buy raw material to serve 6 containers of coffee. During the year Café Peru can rotate at least 2 to 3 times during the campaign cycle, so 18 containers of coffee could be marketed. This financial line allows expanding the scope of intervention for the purchase of coffee in other regions of Peru with higher production volumes such as San Martín and Huanuco, for which the opening of collection centers is essential, in which gives employment opportunities to young people from those places.

      Café Perú SAC has planned to sell 90 containers of green coffee to clients from various markets around the world, mainly roasters and importers from Germany, the United States, Belgium, among others. Sales prices are set and controlled by reference to the New York Stock Exchange plus its price differentials, depending on the type of certification. The coffee market moves based on the certifications: Organic, Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, Cafe Practices. Each one with its own standards that regulate spreads.

       

      Mission

      “We are a company that provides efficient and quality services in processing and storage, organizing the coffee supply chain through agreements and alliances with small producer organizations. Likewise, we develop sales opportunities in national and international markets, with direct or outsourced attention to the organizations of small producers of the Central Selva.”

       

      Vision

      “To be a profitable company, processor and exporter of Coffee and derivatives from organizations of small producers of the Central Selva with a focus on sustainable development and protection of the environment.”

      Company nameCafe Peru 2
      CEODavid Venegas Ardela
      Founded2001-04-17
      LocationPichanaqui
      SectorAgriculture
      Turnover$526,000
      Employees25

      Impact

      Café Perú improves the working and living conditions of coffee farmers in Peru. They help rural smallholder coffee farmers to improve their infrastructure, quality of produce and facilitate their access to national and international markets. 

      Café Perú maintains financing lines for working capital with local banks and offers the farmer cooperatives advice on management and financing for working capital. Through their activities, they improve the income for smallholder coffee farmer families and create jobs in rural areas.

       

      SDGs impacted

      With this project you are contributing to the following Sustainable Development Goals:

      SDG 1 - No poverty

      SDG 8 - Decent work and economic growth

      Read more about the impact you can make through our platform and the SDGs on our impact page.

       

      Related blog posts

      Click to read the introduction of Café Perú on the Lendahand crowdfunding platform.

      • With this investment 10 jobs are created
      • With this investment 1500 lives are improved

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