We work with local importers to source smaller lots of single origins for our blends and rotating single-origin offerings. The following is a list of importers our regional teams worked with during 2023.

A bit more on some of our importers

Cafe Imports
The team at Cafe Imports exists to "honour the hard work of coffee farmers around the globe and to tell their stories". You can read about the work they do at origin, including their Women Coffee Producer Program, on their website here.

We've purchased multiple coffees from the team at Cafe Imports which have featured in our single-origin programme. We've been working with them since 2015.

Falcon Coffees
Sourcing coffee from 26 countries, the team at Falcon Coffees "believe that working in coffee provides us all with a unique opportunity to contribute to sustainable smallholder agriculture".

Go check out their environmental, social, and governance projects seeking "to improve the economic outcomes in coffee supply chains" – it makes us proud to work with them.

We've worked with Falcon in the UK since 2015.

Indochina Coffee
Set up to bring high-quality specialty coffee from China, Myanmar, and The Philippines to market, Indochina is still an independent, family-run business.

Working with coffee producers in areas of Asia that are underrepresented in the specialty coffee market, Indochina is "committed to working with like-minded partners who share a vision for a fairer future".

D.R. Wakefield
A certified B Corp, D.R. Wakefield "continually endeavors to do the right thing through sustainable, progressive and open relationships".

Fostering long-term partnerships with producers, the team reinvests in local projects such as Café Feminino in Peru and Bolivia. You can also read their Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement here.