There are three main coffee growing regions in Nicaragua, all in the northern part of the country. The largest producing region is Jinotega, closely followed by Matagalpa. Much smaller in production but known for its quality is the region of Nueva Segovia. All three of these regions produce truly fine coffee with distinct characteristics.
There are some 30,000 coffee farms among these three regions, and about 80 percent are micro in size. The vast majority of these farmers belong to cooperatives so as to better reach a consuming market and ensure their livelihoods.
In an effort to support the farmers of Nicaragua during this time, remains engaged in commercial activities with farming communities there.