First, I love that you've brought your beautiful energy here to explore the magical co-creation of the amazing Kyla Clapper and myself.
Let me introduce myself. I am Shelly Anderson and I live in the belief that life is meant to be savored with so much gratitude, even those hot mess days we question. I treasure taking time to savor life, reconnecting to myself, feeling my heart and knowing that as I play in the wonder of magic, a ripple effect of love is created far beyond this planet.
These coffee creations are pieces of my heart. They represent my dream for you and our world. I would love nothing more than for you to Savor Your Magic, ask for Butterfly Kisses when your path is unclear and live life through the eyes of a Snap Doodle Dragon, full of love and magic!
Wishing you moments to pause and savor a cup of the good life!
Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages in the world, yet most coffee farmers live in poverty and face incredible challenges! Creating a system of sustainable sourcing means that we operate on principals that support, traceability, quality, economic empowerment, environmental sustainability and gender equality.
So what does that mean? Lets break it down!
Traceability: We strive to ensure that farmers are getting paid fairly by creating maximum financial traceability along the supply chain.
Quality: Our partners travel to origin and work with incredible importers to understand every coffee’s story with the goal of humanizing the farmer behind each cup.
We find the balance between quality coffee and the cost to obtain it, never compromising or settling for industry standards and instead, constantly pushing to define higher ones.
Gender equality We align with growers who are committed to empowering people of all genders.
Environmental sustainability We partner with importers, farmers, and cooperatives who are investing at the farm level to address environmental issues related to climate change, habitat preservation, and reducing pollution.
Economic empowerment We strive to pay farmers fair prices based on what it costs them to produce coffee, rather than what the market prices tell us we should pay.