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HG has been proud and honored to feature our Michigan line of coffees benefiting important Michigan nonprofit organizations since 2012.
The team of women about to undertake Run Across Congo are coming together from all around the United States. But two of them--Randi Lyn Stoltz and Meryl Marsh--hail from our home community, right here in Northern Michigan.
As members of the Muungano Coffee Co-operative, Colette and her husband sell the beans from their 130 coffee trees to support their family.
This little beauty is the shining star on our current seasonal drink menu.
The Specialty Coffee Symposium and Expo that took place a couple weeks ago was a wonderful riot of coffee goodness.
When you drink our DR Congo Muungano coffee, you're directly connected to these remarkable women.
The majority of the world’s specialty coffee is processed in approximately the same way. But there are some variations worth tasting.
Today's post comes by way of Run Across Congo's Why We Run blog series.
In this post, Chris introduces us to the reasons he was drawn to the Eastern DRC and to one particular farming partner, Muungano.
February may find us buried under mountains of fluffy white snow here in Northern Michigan, but eventually spring will come, and every day brings us closer to May's big event: Run Across Congo.