We are proud to create Just Good Coffee.
Because we believe that coffee can inspire a more sustainable world for everyone.
Our coffee is sourced from a range of ethical coffee plantations throughout the Coffee Belt that grow high quality coffee without exploiting labour or the land.
Farmers are paid a fair price for their crops, which helps to improve the quality of life for both the farmers and their families. By ensuring we source our coffee from ethical producers and traders, we are able to support and grow the number of ethical farms in growing regions across the world.
We give back to coffee growers in Countries of Origin by contributing $1 from the sale of every kilogram of coffee to Kiva. We use the money to help Coffee Growers make investments that improve their practices and quality of life.
Our local community is also important to us. We are honoured to support amazing local organisations such as Emmanuel City Mission and the Yeronga Community Centre.
We strive to use coffee as a way to facilitate growth - both in the businesses and organisations we partner with as well as in individuals. We aim to help people achieve their goals and hope that the skills they learn through coffee training will empower them to make their next chapter better than their last.
To do this, we partner with like-minded people who share our love for coffee, and use our passion for training and coaching to empower and improve confidence and skills.