Seven Weeks Coffee's commitment to life starts at the source.
When we first launched, it was a priority that we partner with a supplier who cared for the dignity of human life, because we did not want to import coffee that contributes to the injustice that is taking place within the coffee industry.
Providentially we met with a faith-centered coffee importer and roaster who is working hard every day to transform the coffee industry. Right away, we knew partnering with them would be a perfect match.
Because of our relationship with coffee producers, we have the most ethical sourcing practices known as Direct Trade. Through this relationship, farmers can bring their crops to market and earn honest wages.
From farm to cup we are transforming the coffee industry by creating a supply chain that uplifts people before profits.
"From farm to cup we are transforming the coffee industry by creating a supply chain that uplifts people before profits."
Our coffee is harvested in the most natural way possible. When possible, our farmers use organic practices and bring their coffee directly to the washing station. Furthermore, because of our Direct Trade sourcing, we have full transparency over all our coffee crops, and meticulously vet for the highest quality coffees.
Think of it like going to your local farmers market. There are no labels or fancy slogans, just fresh products for you. The only reason we can't say “certified organic" is because the cost to get official certifications.
But our coffee is as clean as coffee gets!