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More than just a residue
What is the cascara ?
"Cascara is the Spanish word for coffee cherry pulp. It can also be found under the name of coffee berry.
We may forget that coffee beans are actually the pits of the coffee cherry which, once extracted, are dried and then roasted to the delight of caffeine lovers. The pulp, on the other hand, is essentially only used as natural compost. This is a great pity, given its virtues and advantages, both for small producers and for consumers.
The Cascara Project
Our missions, our project
We aim to raise awareness of ecological and ethical issues and to remedy them by proposing a more sustainable and fair way of consuming on a daily basis.
Our project is in line with the objectives set by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Through this project, we are committed to the following 4 missions:
- Good health and well-being
- Decent work and economic growth
- Responsible consumption and production
- Life on earth