Coffee Production Cooperation Program For Farmers – Helena Coffee Vietnam

Vietnamese Coffee Exporter
Coffee Production Cooperation Program For Farmers: After many years of working with farmers to build a cooperative program to produce clean coffee, Helena., JSC has established itself as a reliable fulcrum for farmers seeking to adopt a model of sustainable and clean coffee production by 4C criteria.

Not only does Helena., JSC assist coffee gardens in stabilizing output, improving quality, and increasing product value and profit per unit area, but it also collaborates with various foreign units to acquire goods for farmers in need of assistance.

Coffee farmers co-operative

The name gives the game away. A coffee cooperative is a group of coffee producers who work together to gain better access to resources, better marketing and business opportunities, training, and other benefits.

Members typically pay a fee that is then reinvested back into the coffee community, with the logic being that combined funds can achieve more than if spent separately. Furthermore, many large cooperatives employ full-time employees in administration, marketing, education, research, and other areas.

“A cooperative is a for-profit business…” José Marcos informs me. “Participation is voluntary, and our job is to facilitate our members’ access to the means of production, or supplies.”

IDH has provided valuable technical assistance to VNSAT by replicating their approaches in intervention areas. According to Mr. Nguyen Quoc Hoan, Vice Director of Dak Lak Province’s VNSAT Project Management Unit. “IDH has convened all coffee sector players, including government, companies, traders, civil society, NGOs, and others, to co-invest in the project.”

“The biggest strength of IDH is promoting public-private partnerships in the coffee sector,” said Mr. Hardwick Tchale, Senior Agricultural Economist at the World Bank. “The Project’s sustainability is dependent on the collaboration of the private sector and farmers, and we hope that IDH will continue to provide technical assistance to this collaboration so that Vietnam’s coffee sector thrives even after the project is completed.”

Mr. Le Van Hien, Director of the VNSAT Project Management Unit under MARD, also emphasizes that “the timely and effective support from IDH to link with the private sector is very helpful to make the investment of VNSAT program more effective to show the strong link with market demand, ensuring the sustainability of World Bank investment for the coffee sector in the long run.”

In addition, IDH has shared technical information for VNSAT on agrochemical management, agroforestry, intercropping, water management, and landscape development. As a result of their valuable technological insight, The World Bank has invited IDH to participate in bi-annual project implementation support missions as a technical adviser for the coffee component.

Fairtrade cooperatives

With over 4.5 million active customer members and a history of fair trading dating back to our founding values and principles in 1844, Co-op is the largest consumer co-operative in the UK and unique in the supermarket sector. The company was founded on the need to eliminate worker and customer exploitation, and it sparked a global movement.

From the world’s first own-brand product to bear the FAIRTRADE Mark to the UK’s first Fairtrade bananas, to the world’s largest seller of Fairtrade wine, to entire own brand category switches, including cocoa, sugar, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, bananas, roses, and even cotton wool, to Co-own op’s program of supplementary investment in many of our Fairtrade producers. We are proud of the long-term impact our Fairtrade supply chain has on thousands of farmers and workers.

Coffee Production Cooperation Program For Farmers

This model has changed people’s thinking from small and fragmented production to linking production, concentrating, applying sustainable coffee production processes, and meeting international standards towards export.

In the crop year 2021 – 2022 alone, Helena., JSC has helped 75 farming households in the Central Highlands region consume more than 500 tons of clean coffee to international units worldwide.

To meet an additional 500 tons of clean coffee for the company’s upcoming orders. Helena., JSC would like to invite everyone to produce pure coffee in this crop year.

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To facilitate cooperation, we will clearly state the process of clean processing coffee according to the company’s standards for people to understand as follows:

The coffee processing process will have 4 phases:

1. Harvest

There are two requirements for the harvest stage:

  • Harvest completely by hand
  • Only harvest coffee that reaches 96% to 100% maturity

    Hand-harvesting of ripe coffee

2. Grading: When the coffee is picked, we will classify coffee to choose the quality coffee fruit to produce. The coffee classification process is relatively simple, including:

  • Coffees reach legal maturity.
  • Eliminate impurities such as flat seeds, dry branches, and leaves ……
  • If the coffee beans are stained with mud due to rain, they should be washed and obliterated.

3. Processing: To process coffee according to the Helena process, there are two ways of processing:

  • Processing method 1:

+ Step 1: Charge the skin (charge only 1/3 of the peel)

+ Step 2: Bring to incubate for 1-2 days

+ Step 3: Dry the sun with canvas or on a clean cement floor

+ Step 4: When the coffee is dried in the sun, it will take the shell to charge and pack and store

  • Processing method 2:

+ Step 1: After being harvested and classified, coffee will be sun-dried immediately (leave the surface to dry) and dried with canvas on a clean cement floor.

+ Step 2: When the egg is dried in the sun at enough temperature, it will be charged, then packed and stored

Note: When starting coffee, it is necessary to avoid getting wet with rain or dew, leading to stale coffee and affecting coffee quality.

Coffee Production Cooperation Program For Farmers – Helena Coffee Vietnam

4. Storage:

  • Store in storage: avoid direct sunlight and over-heat the coffee
  • The repository must be airy and clean, as not to let the coffee beans get moldy.

Our company always wants to cooperate with people to improve the quality of life and product quality in the market.

To register for cooperation in clean coffee production, invite people to register using the form below:

Please get in touch with the company directly through:

Head office: 124 Ngo Quyen, Buon Ma Thuot City
Hotline Consultant: 0789.818.828
Headquarters in Hanoi: 192 Hue Street, Hanoi



Helena Coffee Vietnam

Helena Coffee Processing & Export in Vietnam | Helena., JSC, which was established in 2016, is a Vietnamese coffee exporter, manufacturer & supplier. We provide the most prevalent varieties of coffee grown in Vietnam’s renowned producing regions.