What is Coffee Cherry?

Innovation. Flavor. Nutrition. Sustainability.


Coffee cherries are harvested from trees.


Outer fruit is upcycled via a 100% water-based process rather than thrown away.


Dried coffee cherries are turned into finished ingredients - fine powder (flour) and coarse flakes.


Coffee Cherry is used in beverages, baking, and chocolate for great flavor, superfood nutrition, and more.


More antioxidants per gram than a pomegranate.

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Coffee Cherry Flour Blackberry Frozen Yogurt Pops

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The Edible Upcycling Opportunity

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Empowering Sustainable Change:

Reduced greenhouse gas

The less fruit decaying in fields, the less greenhouse gases emitted.

New source of revenue

Coffee farmers supplying The Coffee Cherry Co. are paid for the fruit versus the weight of the harvested fruit.

New jobs are created

New jobs are created at coffee processing mills. And, more of those jobs are now available to women.

Superfood nutrition

Capturing a new source of exceptionally high fiber, antioxidants and micronutrients.