CALD Enterprise


CALD Enterprise promotes international trade, investment and development by developing global partnerships, use of ICT'S and volunteerism. 

Top Cup Coffee is a CALD Enterprise Brand/Trade mark that facilitates coffee fair trade from Africa 

We currently working with Avanti Communication in exploring the opportunity to connect rural coffee cooperative societies and factories with WI-FI hotspot based on Avanti Communication satellite broadband in Kenya.

Goal
Our goal is to develop a global or international partnerships that will help smallholder coffee farmers in Kenya and Africa link with Coffee Research Institute's information and training center through the existing coffee cooperative societies and factories using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT's) that will enable flow of information on improved varieties, better growing practices, value addition and get a better price for coffee beans by setting up a direct coffee exchange fair trade market portal.



Mission
Our mission is to establish a collaborative and sustainable social enterprise enabled through use of ICT’s to ease flow of information on improved coffee varieties, better growing practices, value addition and get a better price for coffee beans by setting up a direct coffee exchange fair trade market portal.
Salome Kilonzo - Manager Kakuyuni Farmers Cooperative Society

This will increase their crop production, improve the sustainability of their farms and improve their livelihoods by providing a sustainable financial support for family household incomes and in turn enable access and affordability to better education, health services and other social needs in rural coffee growing communities in Kenya and Africa.

Kenyan AA Arabica Coffee - Safari of senses
Kenya is the origin of nature’s finest coffee containing more than 800 different aromatic compounds. Kenya’s Arabica coffee grows in well drained volcanic soils mostly around the snowcapped Mt. Kenya and areas very close to the Equator. The climate is never hotter than American summer and never cooler than the best kind of American spring with a temperature range of not more than 35F. 

Kenyan coffee is carefully handpicked, selecting only the red ripe cherries, which are later sorted to ensure high quality. Coffee production goes through a systematic protocol from seed to cup from nursery, farm, pulping, milling and grading. Further, 90% of all Kenyan coffee is wet processed and dried under the tropical sun to retain its natural taste, aroma and uniqueness. It is thus no surprise that Kenya Coffee gives such a deeply satisfying experience of life: literally taking one on a Safari of the senses






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