Smallholder farmers from the Embu, Kianjokomo, and Katuriri regions on the foothills of Mt. Kenya grow a number of crops above 1300 masl, including fruits, nuts, and beans alongside their coffee. Nearly 1,000 farmers bring their coffee cherry to Kavutiri Factory, one of the oldest washing stations in Kenya. Despite dating back to the days of Kenyan independence, the Kavutiri Factory has changed with the times and is focused on quality processing and sustainability, recycling purified water drawn from the Ena River. After fermentation, coffee is dried on raised beds for 1-2 weeks.
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