The Coffee Club was founded by entrepreneur and co-founder of the coffee company, Andrew Gentry.
Now the company has become an organization dedicated to helping farmers in Africa and South Asia improve their crops, as well as helping them improve the sustainability of their coffee.
The Coffee Company also runs its own training program in Africa, and also supports local businesses in Africa with coffee training.
The goal is to give farmers more confidence that they are getting the most value out of their crop, and a more sustainable product.
Gentry says he is also focused on helping African farmers improve their coffee, and that’s what his company has been doing.
When we started Coffee Club, I was in Kenya.
The Kenya government had failed to provide proper water, and the coffee industry was in crisis.
I saw this opportunity to provide a better quality of coffee to farmers, and provide a more environmentally friendly alternative to coffee.
I realized that I was not a farmer, and I wanted to help farmers in developing countries.
Gagne says his vision for the coffee business is to help people grow their coffee responsibly.
He says his goal is for his company to become a global force in coffee.
He hopes to expand the Coffee Club’s reach beyond Kenya and the Caribbean.
The coffee company has grown to more than 40 locations in the United States, and is now looking to expand to other regions, including Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Coffee Club also runs the Africa Coffee Training program, which aims to train local farmers in the best practices and techniques of sustainable coffee farming.
According to Gagne, coffee is the single biggest contributor to deforestation, and he wants Coffee Club to help solve that problem.
The company is currently in talks with a number of African coffee growers to develop training courses for their farmers.
He wants to train them to improve their yields, improve their environmental footprint and improve their ability to compete with coffee grown in coffee-producing countries.
The training course is a part of Coffee Club International’s plan to expand its reach.
Coffee club is now working on training its own trainers in the coffee-growing region.
Coffee clubs training program was founded in 2003 by Gagne and is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Gage says the training program aims to give coffee growers the skills and knowledge to improve the coffee they are growing, which can help them compete with global coffee giants.
GAGE: Coffee Club is one of the biggest coffee companies in the world, and there are more than 400 coffee plantations in the developing world.
And we have to work on sustainability.
So we’ve partnered with African coffee farmers.
And Coffee Club Training Program, in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is an opportunity for African coffee growing communities to learn from a global expert on the industry.
GATE: The training program is a fantastic opportunity for us to learn the right coffee-specific techniques and techniques.
So it’s a very good way to go to learn about coffee farming, and learn how to make better coffee.
GALE: Coffee is one the world’s most sustainable crops, according to a recent World Resources Institute (WRI) report.
The WRI says that coffee is responsible for about 75% of the worlds food production, but it’s also a massive contributor to climate change.
Coffee plantations are responsible for the most carbon emissions per capita in the developed world, which is responsible, in part, for the drought and floods in South Asia.
Coffee is also a major contributor to biodiversity loss in Africa.
The world’s coffee growers and farmers rely on coffee to make their coffee and to provide their livelihoods.
The report estimates that the global coffee industry will produce $15 trillion in coffee by 2050.
The most important factor affecting coffee’s environmental footprint is coffee’s processing and processing method.
The process used to make coffee is known as agroforestry, which uses soil, water and other natural resources.
Agroforestries are a huge contributor to the deforestation and pollution that is happening in the tropical regions of the developing worlds, and it’s estimated that the coffee farming industry is responsible to about 50% of all greenhouse gas emissions in the region.
So what is Agro-forestry?
Agroforestation is when a farmer takes soil from a forest and replants it in a natural forest.
Agroponic methods, such as drip irrigation, which involve water and fertilizers, are also used to grow coffee trees.
The water and nutrients that are used to irrigate the coffee trees and the fertilizer used in drip irrigation are typically used for irrigation and crop production.
Agri-forestries can be used to help reduce the amount of water that coffee farmers need to grow their crops.
Agronomists can also apply techniques to improve yields and reduce soil erosion.
Agrobioforestry techniques also have the potential to reduce land degradation and improve the environmental