Our business model is aimed at conserving biodiversity and promoting the well-being of small farmers and their families, promoting an economy that values conservation and environmental balance.
Campo Verde has endeavored to develop a system of activities that differentiate us from the rest. Our value proposal is to provide traceable, sustainable, high-quality and consistent cocoa and coffee beans, according to the flavor profile that the client requires.
We consider the efforts of our producers the main value of our grains. The post-harvest processes are monitored and supervised by our team in order to preserve quality and give value added.
In order to obtain high quality grains, all those involved in the value chain are required to work in harmony, putting the passion and the professionalism required to ensure quality during all the processes.
Our quality control department strictly analyzes each batch through physical and sensory analysis. We have a trained panel of tasters who identify the main organoleptic attributes in our flavor lab.
We put passion, time, energy and love in our beans, to increase the value of coffee and cocoa. In our tasting room, we use our senses to analyze each batch before being exported.
By developing a market for products that do not endanger forests, we teach communities that protecting is economically more viable than destroying. We encourage small producers to go organic and have a biodiversity-friendly business.
Through our grains, we want to create wealth, value and opportunities for people who appreciate biodiversity conservation and environmental sustainability.
At present, markets require companies that can deliver quality products; companies which can verify, in a short time, the origin and history of their products. In this sense, traceability allows not only to improve product identification processes and track them throughout the supply chain, but can also be used as a tool for differentiation and value proposition for international markets.
Commercial operations must protect ecology in the production regions:
- The method of extraction or collection of raw materials does not harm the environment
- The use of strong and harmful chemicals is not required
- The use of raw materials does not lead to the degradation of natural resources
- The efficient use of energy and materials is promoted
- Producers must properly dispose waste
Economic benefit for the community:
- Opportunities for employment and community participation are provided
- Women and indigenous peoples are empowered
- Child labour is not permitted
- Working conditions that aim at the health and welfare of workers are promoted