The guarantee of a quality, ethical and eco-responsible coffee
It was 2015 when Vincenzo realised that it was impossible to get quality fair trade coffee without having to go to a specialised shop, which was often too far away. After a few months of work, Javry.com is officially launched and makes it a point of honour to offer coffees that respect these 3 fundamental criteria: the quality of the coffee, respect for the earth and respect for the producer.
From the farmer to your cup.
Whether it is Belco or ChortiThe choice of green coffee suppliers at Javry is not a trivial one. The " sourcing "This has always been the cornerstone of the project. The difference with other coffee sellers is that you know where the coffee comes from, who produced it and how. Each supplier has been chosen for their ecological considerations, among other things.
A fair price, valued coffee farmers
The quality of the coffee is the main purchasing criterion at Javry, because what they want above all is to value the work of the coffee growers. The farmers are paid directly and fairly, without going through the financial markets. Moreover, by reducing the supply chain to a minimum, the quality/price ratio is ideal.
Belgian and artisanal roasting
The Javry café is roasted in a unique way, in Belgium, every week. So you can enjoy a delicious, freshly roasted coffee at any time, while supporting the local economy!
Target 2025: 50% of imports under sail
One of Javry's major commitments to reducing its carbon footprint? Importing coffee by sail!
Javry intends to import more than 50% of its coffee under sail by 2025!
To achieve this goal, Javry has partnered with TOWT, a French company that aims to re-establish cargo sailing by developing cargo sailing vessels that are as competitive as traditional liners and motor barges.
The commitment is strong and has resulted in their first ever coffee being sailed in December 2020.
The sailing boat left the port of Santa Marta in Colombia and reached the port of Le Havre in France, loaded with about 12 tons of coffee and managed by a crew of 12 people. This transport saved about 20 tons of CO2!
Want to drink coffee differently?
Javry coffee available in bulk in all our The Barn shops. Choose your own quantities, select the right grind and enjoy a delicious coffee, cup after cup.
The Barn at our coffee farmers in Peru...
At the end of November 2021, our Barneuse Marine visited our coffee producers in the province of Jaén, in the north of Peru.
She discovered the Coopagro cooperative with Norbil, and the coffee plantations of Secundo, one of the farmers. The cooperative was born in 2016, from a group of small producers. With the support of the cooperative, local coffee farmers have access to better remuneration, a fair price and logistical support, such as the creation of roads to the plantations, located at high altitude. Each harvest is tested on site with expertise by the farmers and then by the cooperative. The beans are then sent to us, through Belco, which tests the crop for import and export to ensure organic certification. This committed company allows for direct, sustainable and traceable sourcing and a long-term partnership with the producers. The green coffee beans arrive directly at Javry to be roasted, where they become brown! The coffee is roasted weekly for optimum freshness, which guarantees the best flavours.
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