Message from our Chief Operating Officer

As Fabien and I were drinking coffee this morning, we talked about where we are with Kafe Pa Nou.  After just four months, we have begun to develop a strong customer base that truly enjoys drinking the finest coffee in the world.  We are so excited about Kafe Pa Nou and are very grateful for the continued support.

When we started the company, we wanted to spread the word about #HaitianCoffee and create the demand for it.  As we head in that direction, we want to make sure we convey our message about the importance of buying Kafe Pa Nou Haitian coffee.  Not only is it some of the best coffee on the market, buying Haitian coffee through Kafe Pa Nou directly impacts the livelihood of Haiti and the farmers who work so hard to grow naturally organic coffee beans.  The difference in our coffee versus other Haitian coffee is that ours is classified as Direct Trade.  We work directly with roasters who in turn work directly with the Haitian coffee farmers.  This, not only improves the quality and value of the coffee itself, it increases the sustainability of the farmers.

While we are beginning to realize the success of our venture, our job is not done.  We want to spread the word about Kafe Pa Nou and our message.  To do this, we need your help.  By liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, sharing our posts or even introducing our coffee to a friend or co-worker, we all can spread the word about our Haitian coffee.  Every coffee purchase on our website is a step closer to a stronger Haiti by providing more jobs for the farmers and helping to strengthen the Haitian economy.

Did you know that in the late-1700s Haiti grew half of all the coffee in the world?  That is a tall order by today’s standards but we believe that the coffee industry is poised to bring change to Haiti and create sustainable jobs.  Plus, once you drink Haitian coffee, you will be hooked.  It has a unique and delicious flavor that is incomparable to any other.  We believe in Haiti’s future because the #coffee sector can bring change to Haiti by creating sustainable jobs.

Thank you for your business and look forward to your continued support.

 

Jean Rene Faustin

Chief Operating Officer

 

 

 


Jean Rene Faustin
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2 Comments

Poppa John
Poppa John

November 16, 2013

My son in law Terry and I have had our Saturday first cup, his comment was “Good Coffee”. Coming from him that is a very high compliment. We will be here in MN for 4 weeks, then off to our son’s in Seattle. Before we leave MN I will order some for Terry. Rose my wife had her tests at Mayo Clinic in AZ and came back to me with positive news. Her cancer cells had grown a little but no surgery or treatment at this time. God is good as is Hatian Coffee. We have been married for 56years and my marriage to Kafe Pa Nou hopefully will last as long hahaha. Thanks again from a grateful loyal coffee drinker,

Dr Rub
Dr Rub

October 04, 2013

Best initiative. Haitian food is 100 % natural, haitian Cafe—→the best in the world. Big up JRF

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