Social Responsibility

What sets us apart from other Coffee companies is that the trees, farms, and lands are all owned by small local farmers. No agro farms, no corporate farms, no large rich land owner using child labor. Eco Café believes the pride of ownership and better living standards (accomplished by paying higher than market prices for their coffee) will yield a more consistent, higher quality product. Vertical Integration: We buy beans from certified organic fair trade farmers. Read more...

The Difference

Founder and returned Peace Corps Volunteer, Eric Harrison, set out to develop a new type of company called Eco Cafe that would turn the coffee industry upside down. Instead of processing, roasting, and bagging coffee in the United States, Eco Cafe is creating a sustainable economy for local coffee growers by having these value added steps done in the local community. Through Eco Cafe, the coffee communities are now involved every step of the way - growing, picking, processing, roasting the beans using local traditions, bagging, boxing and shipping a complete product. Read more...

Help Support Small Local Coffee Farmers


Eco Café was started as a way to support small local coffee farmers in the mountains of western Honduras. Honduras is one of the poorest countries in central america and by buying coffee from small villages you are directly helping to improve the local economy in the village. Read more...